USC QB Paul McDonald on Roman Gabriel Show

By on August 30, 2022

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Welcome to a new episode of the Roman Gabriel Show. Coming in with me is former USC Trojan, and NFL Cleveland Browns Quarterback Paul McDonald. In 1978 he led the Trojans to the College Football National Championship, and a Rose Bowl Victory over Ohio State in 1980. He was known for his poise and as a winner, finishing his college career with a 22-1-1 record, holding the NCAA mark for the lowest interception percentage in a career at 2.3% (13 interceptions in 561 attempts) and the Pac-10 record of 143 straight passes without an interception.

Paul and I both hale from Southern California. We connected through my Sold Out Youth Foundation Super Bowl Celebration Event https://soldouttv.com/events/. I was a fan, and now consider him a great friend. In this episode we talked about his new book “Though The Tunnel”, all about his journey to success, and discussed how the book can impact all those currently on their own journey in life, business, and family. We also discussed that great USC 78 National Championship Team, and his stories playing with the likes of Marcus Allen, Charles White, Anthony Munoz, Coach John Robinson, and more.  Listen now and find out what its like to be the quarterback of the USC Trojans.

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