A Peek into The Dallas Dynasty with Lincoln Coleman Jr.
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Lincoln Coleman Jr. was born in Dallas, Texas, and excelled as a running back during his playing years at Baylor University, the Arena Football League, and the NFL. His professional career kicked off with the Dallas Cowboys, where he joined their roster as a running back. Although primarily serving as a backup, Coleman's versatility and determination quickly made an impact.

In this episode, our hosts, Matt Butkus and Matt Amendola talk with Lincoln about his experience being coached under Jimmy Johnson with the Dallas Cowboys. He also shares some infamous White House stories and discusses his transition from the NFL to coaching high school football in Michigan.

Coleman's standout moment came during Super Bowl XXVIII in 1994 when he contributed significantly to the Cowboys' victory with crucial rushing plays and strong blocking. Coleman's performance solidified his place in Cowboys history and earned him recognition as a valuable asset to the franchise.

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