Tuesday, February 8, 2011

David Letterman - Super Bowl MVP, Aaron Rodgers

The Super Bowl MVP said David Letterman, “I watch your show a lot. It is good to be here. “Letterman went on to tell her that Rodgers’ ascension to the throne following Brett Favre has a remarkable history. “I’m not 6’5″ and I’m not 240 pounds, but I think the things you can not measure is often the things that give people the greatest success, “said Rodgers.

Aaron Rodgers was born in Chico in Butte County, California. In high school he played two years as quarterback and set school records. Rodgers told David Letterman that he was just 6’2 “and weighs only 190 pounds when he attended Butte Community College. However, he threw 28 touchdown passes and led to a record Butte 10-1, a NorCal championship conference and a No. 2 national ranking. “We had a great team,” said Rodgers. The star of the community college then transferred to Cal, where he became the starting quarterback during his junior year. As a junior, Rodgers led Cal to a 10-1 record and the top five at the end of the regular season with their only defeat coming in a game very tight and played well at # 1 USC, 17-23. Rodgers finally decided to forgo his senior year to enter the 2005 draft by the NFL. When David Letterman asked him what he learned from his past experiences, Rodgers said, “Leading by example.”