Years Played:1983-1998Position Played: Quarterback Played For: Denver Broncos Alma Mater: Stanford Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame: 2004Other Members of the Class of 2004: Barry Sanders, Carl Eller, Bob Brown Uniform Number:7College Highlights:• Completed 62.1 percent of his passes (774 of 1,243) for 9,349 yards and 77 touchdowns• Set an NCAA record for the lowest percentage of passes intercepted in a career (3.13 percent)• Finished second in Heisman Trophy balloting in 1982• Hit .349 with nine homers and 50 RBIs in 49 games in his final college baseball season in 1980.• Was the New York Yankees' first selection in the 1981 summer draft.• Was on the losing end of the infamous "Stanford Band" game.Best NFL Season:• John Elway had several tremendous seasons, so it's tough to pick just one.

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But when Buck originally wanted to ask her out in 2012, Beisner who was working for NFL Network at the time was reluctant.

She had a boyfriend and didn’t want to date a fellow broadcaster.

But when her then co-worker Rich Eisen told her that someone wanted her number, Beisner was ready to shoot the request down: Beisner told the Bryan Curtis of The Ringer (which has launched today, by the way) that she felt Buck seemed like a nice guy, but also had a look that came off “smug and arrogant” due to his 2008 National Car Rental ad.

Well, cut to 2013 and by that time, Beisner had overcome her feelings about Buck and began dating him: By the 2013 Super Bowl, Beisner was single. The following year, they were married in Cabo San Lucas in front of God and Troy Aikman.

(It was Buck’s second marriage.) Beisner now attests that Buck “is the furthest thing from arrogant or smug that any human being could be.

I mean, the And as you know by now, they’re married and living in St. But if Beisner hadn’t overcome her first impression, she might not have gone forward and begun dating Buck then eventually marrying him.

As they say, first impressions are everything, but sometimes, a second opinion can make or break a decision.

[The Ringer/Photo courtesy Michelle Beisner] Ken has been covering the sports media in earnest at his own site, Fang's Bites since May 2007 and at Awful Announcing since March 2013.

He provides a unique perspective having been an award-winning radio news reporter in Providence and having worked in local television.