“I don’t think anybody could have followed Roger and done as well as Danny”, Coach Landry remarked. “Danny was a solid winner. He was as fine a winner as we have had in football.”
Danny White was born February 9, 1952, in Mesa, Arizona and is a former quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys, a football coach in the Arena Football League and also occasionally appears as an analyst on broadcasts of college football games. In his 15 year career, White had 1,761 completions on 2,950 attempts for 21,959 yards, 155 touchdowns, and 132 interceptions in his career. He also gained 482 yards and scored 8 touchdowns rushing.
Danny was named athlete of the century in Arizona in the year 2000 by the Arizona Republic, posted the 2nd highest rated College QB of all time according to Sports Illustrated and threw the most TD passes in Texas Stadium. When he retired White had broken numerous Cowboys records including most four touchdown pass games in Cowboy History, most yards, and TD’s passing in a season. He was also elected to four Hall of Fames: (Arizona Sports, Arizona State, College Football and Arena Football).