Greg Koch is a resilient 11-year veteran of the National Football League. He is an alumni and former letterman of the University of Arkansas, and as a four-year starter with the infamous Razorbacks, he earned a spot on the tenacious Razorback 1970s All-Decade team.
As a Razorback frontrunner, Greg was part of the offensive line that blocked for the school record 3,523 rushing yards in 1975. That same season, Koch was a first team All-SWC, and starred in the 1976 All-America Bowl in Tampa. After Arkansas, Greg was the 11th player selected in the second round of the 1977 NFL draft, going to the Green Bay Packers. A fixture at right tackle almost immediately, he was a second-team All-Pro selection following the 1982 season and was part of one of the greatest offenses in club history when the Packers amassed 6,172 yards in 1983, the second-best output ever in club annals.
In 1986, Koch went on to play for the Miami Dolphins where he remained for two seasons. At the conclusion of his pro career, he played right guard for the Minnesota Vikings, where the team was a contender in the 1987 NFC Championship game. In 2010, Koch was inducted into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame and the University Of Arkansas Sports Hall Of Honor.
Greg is a Houston native who has served as color analyst for the Houston Arena Football team and is also a practicing attorney.
A graduate of Rice University and a 12-year veteran of the National Football League, N.D. Kalu began his gridiron career in 1997. A fifth-round draft pick for the Philadelphia Eagles, he also played for the Washington Redskins and Houston Texans. At Rice University, we was all-SWC and all-WAC while playing defensive end. He left the school as its all-time sack leader.
Houston is home to N.D., and it suits him well. Although retired from the NFL, he still maintains a strict workout schedule. He is also a part of ABC 13.2's high school football broadcasts with Bob Slovak and is Fox SportsNet's go-to man for high school state championship coverage and Kirk Herbstreit's classics.
A licensed Texas real estate broker and business owner, Kalu has completed special entrepreneurship programs at the Wharton Business School and The Kellogg School of Management. His real estate firm, The Kalu Group, has invested in the acquisition, rehabilitation, management, and sale of properties in Texas and Pennsylvania. The brokerage has a particular focus on distressed single-family housing in quality Houston neighborhoods.
He is actively involved in charitable organizations such as Kalu 4 Kids, NFL to Nigeria, and Camp with the Pros. He has been nominated for Pro Football Weekly's Arthur S. Ash Humanitarian Award and has received Jack Edelstein Memorial Award, given annually to an Eagles player by the Philadelphia media.