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Alan Bean's claim to fame came from his adventure to the moon in November 1969 as part of Apollo 12.
Former starting pitcher for the New York Yankees and Houston Astros; 5x World Series Champion; 3x All-Star selection player; 2001 ALCS MVP
Avery Johnson helped lead his team the San Antonio Spurs to the 1999 NBA Championship and continued his career on the other side of the court as an NBA Coach of the Dallas Mavericks. Johnson is now the head coach of the Brooklyn Nets.
Professional Golfer on the Champions Tour; On-course reporter for CBS Sports since 1991
Former NHL Player; Stanley Cup Winner; Member of the U.S. National Team in the 1998 and 2002 Winter Olympics; Member of the Hockey Hall of Fame
Former Professional Golfer; Golf Broadcaster for CBS Sports; Bestselling Author
NFL Network Analyst; Former Cornerback in the NFL; Former MLB Outfielder
Gary Hoover is a successful Internet Entrepreneur.
Jerry Glanville is a former NFL in both the NFC & AFC. Currently, he works as an analyst for HBO's "Inside the NFL" show.
Former NBA Player & Two Time Champion with the Houston Rockets; Basketball Analyst & Broadcaster for TBS & TNT
Host of HGTV's "Country Style"
2008 All-Around Olympic Champion; Four-time World Champion Gymnast and Four-time National Champion
Former MLB Player for the New York Mets, California Angels, Houston Astros & Texas Rangers; Current Owner of the Texas Rangers
3x Olympic gold medalist with the U.S. National Team; 3x WNBA MVP; 4x WNBA Champion
Youngest Olympic, World and U.S. National Ladies Figure Skating Champion in history; Youngest athlete to win an individual Gold Medal in any Winter Olympic Games, at age 15.
Plays on the Senior PGA Tour; Member of the World Golf Hall of Fame; Won the 1972 NCAA Championship while at the University of Texas as Austin; Winner of the 1992 U.S. Open
Heisman winning running back Tony Dorsett won many award and gained much attention during his time playing for the University of Pittsburgh.
Vinny Testaverde is known for his amazing longevity having played an unheard of 21 seasons as a quarterback in the NFL.