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In 2012 The Drew Pearson Show became the number one most followed Sports and Entertainment Program within a six state area from Dallas Texas. In 2013 we are projected to triple our viewership and STAY number one thanks to you, our fans.

The show is shot LIVE on location every week at different businesses in and around the D/FW Metroplex. If you are close to one of the mobile filming locations and you would like to be a part of the LIVE audience please secure your tickets early.  Check show schedule for a location near you. 

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The Drew Pearson Higher Purpose

Keeping with The Drew Pearson Tradition of helping out those less fortunate, every show will have a higher purpose. Drew will highlight and bring awareness to local Dallas / Fort Worth Charities.

 

If you know a Charity that need help in the Metroplex please contact us.

 

Photo: Drew Pearson signing autographs during the

Toy for Tots Campaign (c) LOUD Media 2012

 
   

 
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08/18/2012 Drew Pearson announced today that he will star in a new football reality talk show titled; The Drew Pearson Show - More Than Just Sports. When asked what would the shows format be Drew said with a smile "Lets just say it will NOT be boring" The show will cover everything sports and of course football with recaps of the Dallas Cowboys games through out the 2012 season. The show is very unique stated Drew "We cover a lot very fast Sports, Food, Cars, Music, Movies  to who has the best recipe for grilling when tailgating and all for some great causes". This year like every year Drew will have a higher purpose for the show. From making wishes to finding toys for little ones Drew Pearson and his "Star Power" will help children in need.  What makes this show different from everyone else is that it will be mobile. All the episodes will be filmed in front of a LIVE crowd of Dallas Cowboy fans where audience participation is encouraged.

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The Drew Pearson Show is shot LIVE on location every Monday afternoon during football season. If you are close to one of the mobile filming locations and you would like to be a part of the LIVE audience please secure your tickets early.   Check show schedule for a location near you.  Every week someone will WIN Dallas Cowboy Game Tickets, Official Footballs, Helmets, Jerseys and T-Shirts.

 
   


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Charles Haley was Drew Pearson's very first guest star
   
   

The Drew Pearson Show  "More Than Just Sports" is one of the TOP Pre and Postgame show for the 2012 Dallas Cowboys Season. Starring The Legendary Dallas Cowboy, Drew Pearson "The Original 88".  Sharing real life stories of his own personal experience with the Cowboys coupled with engaging guests and informative interviews this will be a MUST watch show.


Drew's upbeat professional style, enthusiasm and ability to connect with his guests make for a compelling adventure. Drew by himself is a great catch at any level now add a co-host of The Drew Pearson Show,   Hollywood Entertainment Personality and Red Carpet Guru
Paul Salfen, with Paul onboard this will make a fun and exciting venture for all. Paul will have some help eating great food and driving fast cars from Michael Nast and guest co-host Mayra Leal.

 

The show even has its own band called The 88's of course named after Drew's favorite two numbers. The 88's are comprised of several local and national touring artist from several different genres of Rock, Classical, Country and Rap. The Drew Pearson Show theme song was written and recorded by The 88's.

 

The Drew Pearson Show will be broadcasted LIVE via youTUBE through their newly launched LIVE technology  platform.  The show will also be featured on local Dallas FOX television affiliates FOX Southwest and will be gearing up for nationwide in 2013. The audio portion of the show will be broadcasted over several different internet sports radio stations nationwide.

 

Distributed by LOUD Media and filmed in front of a LIVE audience on location at several different businesses around the DFW region. The show has already started filming September 5th 2012. Drew will take you beyond the X's and O's of sports talk with today and yesterday's star athletes, coaches, actors and musicians.

Photo: 9/17/2012 Charles Haley being interviewed by Drew Pearson on the set of The Drew Pearson Show.

   
         
       
   
Drew on the Red Carpet with Vince Neil of Motley Crue
 

Last year Drew Pearson helped Vince Neil of Motley Crue raise money and awareness for Music for Relief, a Linkin Park Foundation. 

This year is no different Drew will work with a few local charities and promote these charities on his new TV show.

Check back for details and if you are a charity (501C3) based in the DFW area please contact us to see how we can help you.

   
       
   
 
Hail Mary: Dallas Cowboys 1975 Miracle Finish
The term became widespread after Dallas Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach (a Roman Catholic) said about his game-winning touchdown pass to wide receiver Drew Pearson in a 1975 playoff game against the Minnesota Vikings, "I closed my eyes and said a Hail Mary." [2]

  1 2 3 4 Total
DAL 0 0 7 10 17
MIN 0 7 0 7 14
Date December 28, 1975
Stadium Metropolitan Stadium
Location Bloomington, Minnesota
Referee Chuck Heberling
Network CBS
Announcers Gary Bender and Johnny Unitas

The term "Hail Mary pass" was introduced into the modern day lexicon by the sporting press to characterize the famous Staubach to Pearson pass. It stemmed from a post-game interview with Staubach who described his desperation by referencing the term from his Catholic faith.

The Cowboys started the game-winning drive with the ball on their own 15-yard line, trailing 14-10 with 1:50 left in the game. After a spectacular catch by Pearson on fourth and 17 brought the Cowboys to midfield with just 37 seconds left, Staubach then tried to hit running back Preston Pearson (no relation to Drew) with a short pass over the middle, but the ball fell incomplete. Then, with 32 seconds remaining Staubach again lined up in the shotgun formation, took the snap, pump-faked left, then turned to his right and unloaded a desperation pass to Drew Pearson who was being covered by All-Pro cornerback Nate Wright. Wright,  fell down allowing Pearson to make the catch by trapping the ball against his right hip at the 5-yard line with his back to the end zone. He then turned and scored standing up with 24 seconds left. Pearson said later that he thought he had dropped the ball only to find it pinned against his hip and then "I just waltzed right into the end zone." With the extra point, Dallas went up by a field goal - 17-14, which was the final score.

The term "Hail Mary pass" was used by Roger Staubach following the game in a post-game interview. Previous to this play, a last-second desperation pass had been called several names, most notably the "Alley-Oop". Staubach, who had been hit immediately after throwing the ball and didn't see its ending, was asked about the play and he said, "You mean [Pearson] caught the ball and ran in for the touchdown? It was just a Hail Mary pass; a very, very lucky play." Staubach told reporters "I closed my eyes and said a Hail Mary". This was among the plays by Roger Staubach that enhanced his fame and legend as noted in NFL Hall of Fame Archives.[2]

Shortly after the game concluded, Vikings quarterback Fran Tarkenton was informed that his father, Dallas Tarkenton, had died of aheart attack during the third quarter while watching the game on television at his Savannah, Georgia, home.

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