Dan Reeves wasn't born in Texas but he got here as fast as he could. A star quarterback at the University of South Carolina, he earned the attention of the Dallas Cowboy scouts. A running back for the Cowboys from 1965-1972, the versatile Reeves garnered 1,990 rushing yards and 1,693 receiving yards. His best year came in 1966 when he rushed for seven touchdowns, tied for second in the league and was voted to The Sporting News All Pro Team. The Cowboys made the playoffs every year of Reeves's playing days - reaching the Super Bowl twice and culminating in a 24-3 victory over the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl VI following the 1971 season. One of Coach Landry's trusted lieutenants, Reeves served as an assistant coach with the Dallas Cowboys from 1970-1980. From 1981-2003 Reeves served as a head coach for the Denver Broncos, New York Giants and Atlanta Falcons. He led the Broncos and the Falcons to a total of four Super Bowl appearances. He currently is a color analyst for NFL games on the Westwood One Radio Network. Reeves is a member of the TSHOF Class of 2009.