Switzer Pulls One Over On Media About Meeting With TrumpFormer Dallas Cowboys coach Barry Switzer figured when he told reporters he was going to be the Secretary of Offense for Donald Trump he assumed they knew he was joking about meeting the president-elect.
Barry Switzer Makes Case To Trump For 'Secretary Of Offense' Former Dallas Cowboys head coach Barry Switzer is making his case to be the new "secretary of offense."
Moment 4: "We Did It Our Way, Baby!"The third time proved to be the charm for the Dallas Cowboys in January 1996. After losing the first two NFL championship matchups against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1970s, the Cowboys got their revenge in the 1990s.
Switzer Talks About The Pressure To WinFormer Dallas Cowboys head coach Barry Switzer talks about the pressure that he felt in taking over the team and leading them to the NFL championship in January 1996. Switzer replaced Jimmy Johnson as the Cowboys head coach in 1994.
Barry Switzer Dismisses Sideline Controversy, Praises DeMarcoBarry Switzer has coached with the Dallas Cowboys. He's also worked with Jerry Jones. So if anyone has intimate knowledge into the nuances of working with Jones, it's him.
Barry SwitzerFormer Cowboys head coach Barry Switzer calls in to the Ben and Skin show to talk about the Longhorns struggles, Johnny Football, and the current Dallas Cowboys!
Barry Switzer Calls Johnny Manziel An 'Arrogant Little Prick'Barry Switzer ain't scared to share his opinion. And so when asked about Johnny Manziel, he got exceptionally real with his words, calling the former Texas A&M quarterback an 'arrogant little prick.'
Barry Switzer Says Jimmy 'Cheated On' JerryThe majority of Cowboys fans blame Jerry for the nasty divorce with coach Jimmy Johnson. But Barry Switzer made one thing clear on Tuesday -- it was Jimmy, not Jerry, that 'cheated'.
Coaching Legend Barry Switzer Talks Health On The Fan
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Barry Switzer Joins Ben & SkinLegendary football genius and former Dallas Cowboys Head Coach Barry Switzer swings by the studio to talk with Ben and Skin about Jerry Jones, his favorite Cowboys, and a ton of other fun topics!
Former Oklahoma QB Steve Davis Dead At 60Davis, who started every game during Barry Switzer's first three seasons as head coach and won national championships in 1974 and 1975, died Sunday in a plane crash in South Bend, Ind. He was 60.