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Coach Gene Stallings’ coaching legacy has impacted thousands of athletes and millions of fans. Aside from football, he is a philanthropist and highly-awarded supporter of special needs individuals. A native of Paris, TX, Stallings was hired as head football coach at the University of Alabama in 1990. In only his third season, Stallings and staff produced Alabama’s first undefeated regular season since 1979 and defeated Miami in the Sugar Bowl to capture the national championship. Prior to his arrival at Alabama, Stallings was head coach of the NFL’s St. Louis and Arizona Cardinals. Stallings spent his collegiate playing days under legendary Coach Paul Bryant at Texas A&M and was one of the Aggies who endured the now famous Junction training camp in 1954.
Jeff Magee has been called one of leading “Leadership & Marketing Strategists” today. He started his first business at age 15 and sold it before going to college. By age 24 he was recognized by a Fortune 500 company as their top salesman in the nation, while at the same time becoming the youngest certified sales instructor in the world for the Dale Carnegie Sales Course. Magee has been recognized as one of the “Ten Outstanding Young Americans” by the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce. Magee writes a national leadership syndicated newspaper column, serves as the publisher of PERFORMANCE Magazine, and is the author of more than 20 books, transcribed into multiple languages, including four best-sellers.