Former NFL player Archie Griffin has been announced as next year’s keynote speaker for The North American Pizza & Ice Cream Show that’s happening on January 24-25 in the Greater Columbus Convention Center. The event itself is going to be really appealing to people who live nearby, as it is an entire convention based on just eating pizza and ice cream. Griffin is expected to discuss the importance of motivating teams in order to get the best results and participation from them, which is something that he knows about having played professional football.
The Columbus, Ohio native played college football for Ohio State University between the years 1972-1975 and even broke records in just his freshman year. Over his four years spent at the university, he managed to rush for at least 100 yards for 34 games and reset the NCAA record of 31 games for this skill. Griffin entered the 1976 NFL Draft and was selected in the first round by the Cincinnati Bengals as the 24th overall pick, and he stayed with the team until his retirement from playing football in 1982. These days, Griffin is currently the President and CEO of The Ohio State University Alumni Association.
Griffin will be speaking in his hometown of Columbus on January 24th and 25th at the Greater Columbus Convention Center to celebrate eating pizza and ice cream. However, he will also be there to inspire and motivate people to do their best on teams in order to get the best results.
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Watch Archie Griffin Speaking about his Heisman Wins and his Years at Ohio State: