In the early 1960s, the San Diego Chargers were a powerhouse in the American Football League.
In 1966, the franchise was purchased by a very successful California businessman named Gene Klein. He paid the them-princely sum of 10 million dollars.
But after running the team for 18 years, Klein solded in 1984.
And a couple of years later he wrote a book about his experience, which he called First Down And a Billion. And that’s when I met him.
I interviewed him just five days before Super Bowl XXI, so be sure and listen to the end to find out what his prediction was. And how accurate he was.
So here now, from January 1987, Gene Klein.
Gene Klein died in 1990, at the age of 69.