Known as the "Blonde Bomber" for being a strong armed quarterback, Terry Bradshaw was elected to both the college and professional Hall of Fame. Bradshaw was born on September 2, 1948 in Shreveport, Louisiana, he played quarterback for Louisiana Tech from 1966 to 1969.
Chosen in the draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1970, Terry Bradshaw was the first player selected in the entire draft. Bradshaw wore jersey No. 12 in Pittsburgh and at Louisiana Tech. Over his pro football career he was selected to play in three Pro Bowls and had won Super Bowl MVP honors in Super Bowl XIII and Super Bowl XIV. Bradshaw's finest year was in 1978, in that year he was named AFC Player of the Year and received the NFL's Most Valuable Player award by the Associated Press.
During his fourteen years with the Steelers, he led his team to eight AFC Central Championships and four Super Bowl Titles. When he retired from pro football in 1983, Terry Bradshaw had completed 2,025 of 3,901 passes for 27,989 yards and 212 touchdowns. He also rushed 444 times for 2,257 yards and 32 touchdowns.