If not for Joe Montana’s tremendous drive in the final seconds of Super Bowl XXIII, Sam Wyche would be remembered as the coach that brought a championship to the Cincinnati Bengals. But it was not meant to be, as the 49ers prevailed 20-16 in that game, but that doesn’t take away from the fact that Wyche had a remarkable playing and coaching career in the NFL. A star quarterback at Furman University, Wyche played for the Bengals, Redskins, Lions, Cardinals and Bills before retiring in 1976. As a coach, he helped popularize the no-huddle offense, and used it with great success as the head coach of the Bengals and later the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Since coaching his last game in 1995, Wyche has worked in a variety of broadcasting capacities with NBC, CBS and Westwood One Radio.
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**Sam Wyche Speaker**
A Sam Wyche speaker appearance can cover a football career that has spanned more than 40 years and surely will include some incredible stories about the history of the NFL.
**Sam Wyche Appearance**
Even though Sam Wyche did not win a Super Bowl, just the fact that he coached the Bengals to an appearance in the NFL championship game is a feat that only one other coach has accomplished (Forrest Gregg was the other).
**Sam Wyche Endorsement**
Perhaps the only person who wouldn’t get a Sam Wyche endorsement is former Oilers coach Jerry Glanville, who famously didn’t get along with Wyche, especially after the Bengals ran up the score to the tune of 61-7 once.
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