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Chris Spielman SpeakerSold out crowds are all too familiar for ESPN College Football Analyst Chris Spielman who played in the packed NFL stadiums for several years. His most recent sold out appearance was not as an NFL player, but as a Guest Speaker for the Outback Bowl Kickoff Luncheon at the A La Carte Pavilion in Tampa. Spielman spoke to a sellout crowd of Bowl Game sponsors and club members.

Spielman, who was an All-America linebacker at Ohio State and Vince Lombardi Award winner, was asked about the recent explosion of points in college football.

“I think defenses are poorly coached and poorly executed,” Spielman told 10 News.  “And there’s a lack of tackling, and I think that’s because there’s a lack of practicing of tackling, because everyone is afraid someone is going to get hurt.”

Spielman speaks from experience as he played eight seasons with the Lions where he led the defense to two NFC Central titles, and a berth in the 1992 NFC Championship Game. He quickly became captain of the Lions defense which was one of the best statistically in the NFL in the mid-1990s.

Shortly after his NFL Career, Chris Spielman became his broadcasting career as an NFL studio-show analyst for Fox Sports Net. After two years with FSN, Spielman joined ESPN in 2001. He serves as a color analyst for college football broadcasts, as well as studio analyst for college football.

He most recently released a book titled, “That’s Why I’m Here: The Chris and Stefanie Spielman Story” in which he opens up about his wife’s long battle with breast cancer.  Stefanie Spielman died of the disease in 2009.

If your company is interested in finding out booking fees and availability for a Football Celebrity like Chris Spielman or other sports stars for a Celebrity Golf Tournament, Charity Event Speaking Engagement, Guest Appearance, VIP Meet and Greet or Motivational Workshop, call us at 1.888.246.7141 or fill out the booking form.

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