Remembering The ‘Kansas Comet’: Bears Hall Of Famer Gale Sayers Dies At 77

KU Football Stars Demonstrate
Two Kansas University football stars, All-America Gale Sayers, left, and George Schinn, leave the administration building on the KU campus in Lawrence, March 9, 1965, after demonstrations protesting alleged racial discrimination at the university ended. Sayers was among those demonstrators arrested Monday and suspended from school. The demonstrators were released on $25 bonds, and later re-instated in school. William P. Straeter / AP Photo
KU Football Stars Demonstrate
Two Kansas University football stars, All-America Gale Sayers, left, and George Schinn, leave the administration building on the KU campus in Lawrence, March 9, 1965, after demonstrations protesting alleged racial discrimination at the university ended. Sayers was among those demonstrators arrested Monday and suspended from school. The demonstrators were released on $25 bonds, and later re-instated in school. William P. Straeter / AP Photo

Remembering The ‘Kansas Comet’: Bears Hall Of Famer Gale Sayers Dies At 77

In seven seasons, Gale Sayers quickly made his mark as one of the greatest running backs in NFL history. His running style revolutionized the league, and he was the youngest player ever voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Reset reflects on the life and legacy of the legendary Chicago Bears running back, and his lasting accomplishments on and off the field.

GUESTS: Cheryl Raye-Stout, WBEZ sports contributor

Tony Fernandez, editor of the Evil Opinion blog; former producer for The Sportswriters on TV and The Back Table with Chet Coppock

Fred Mitchell, longtime Chicago sportswriter; co-author of Sayers: My Life And Times