Babe is the sports anchor for CBS 11 News at 6 and CBS 11 News at 10. He also hosts “The Score With Babe Laufenberg,” Sunday nights at 10:30 p.m. on CBS 11. In addition, Babe is the analyst for the Dallas Cowboys Radio Network (the largest in the NFL). He has twice been selected as the “Sportscaster of the Year” for the state of Texas by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.
Babe still holds numerous season and career passing records at his alma mater, Indiana University, and he was drafted by the Washington Redskins in 1983. He played eight years as quarterback in the NFL and has played for Hall of Fame coaches Bill Walsh and Joe Gibbs. He also played two years for Jimmy Johnson with the Dallas Cowboys.
The Cowboys lost their first preseason game of the season to the Chargers, but Babe Laufenberg looks for some positive signs to come from the 27-7 defeat.
Babe Laufenberg is in San Diego for the first Cowboys preseason game against the Chargers. Find out what fans should be looking for during the game.
Babe Laufenberg is at Cowboys training camp, and he thinks it’s time for Tony Romo — if he really is “100 percent” ready, as they say he is — to start practicing.
Given that Tony Romo might not be playing much for the Cowboys, especially in the preseason, Babe Laufenberg takes a look at what other quarterback options are available.
Tony Romo missed a second full-contact practice at Cowboys training camp, and now Babe Laufenberg is worried about the QB heading into the start of the season.
Babe Laufenberg reports live from Dallas Cowboys training camp, where he talks about Jason Garrett’s fate this season.
Babe Laufenberg said that he is worried about the Cowboys quarterback situation, and thinks that Johnny Manziel’s weekend in Las Vegas could be cause for concern.
Babe Laufenberg looks at the ‘draftability’ of Johnny Manziel, and whether or not the Cowboys should consider taking him in the NFL Draft in the event that he is still available.
Babe Laufenberg sat down with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell in Dallas to talk about the upcoming NFL Draft, the Super Bowl, Jerry Jones and the Cowboys.
Babe Laufenberg talks about the idea that former Cowboys defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer could be an NFL head coach, and his excitement about the AFC Championship game.
CBS 11 Sports Anchor Babe Laufenberg has been chosen to appear in Cole Porter’s “Anything Goes” currently playing at the AT&t’s Performing Arts Center’s Winspear Opera House
Myles Crosby is already a highly regarded male model, but also just signed on to play football for SMU. Babe Laufenberg knows what it’s like to be ridiculously good looking.