Highlighting TeachAids Ambassador and Super Bowl MVP Steve Young
Halfway through this power-packed NFL football season, we’d like to highlight the career of Monday Night Countdown analyst, former 49ers quarterback, and TeachAids ambassador Steve Young.
Since 2013, Young has starred on ESPN’s Monday Night Countdown, where he and other great players and analysts come together to discuss the week’s highs and lows of the game, from spectacular high school passes to crazy fan activity to players doing good in their communities.
Young’s knowledge of the game comes from his own wildly successful football career. He played fifteen seasons, thirteen of which with the San Francisco 49ers. He was named the MVP of Super Bowl XXIX and MVP of the NFL in 1993 and 1995. He is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame, Pro Football Hall of Fame and the Bay Area Hall of Fame for his numerous NFL and 49er records. He held the highest passer rating in 49er history, as well as setting records for most touchdown passes in playoff/Super Bowl games and most postseason rushing yards.
After his football career, Young received his J.D. from BYU and has served as a managing director of HGGC, a global capital firm that he co-founded. He also founded the Forever Young Foundation which serves children experiencing physical, emotional, and financial challenges by providing them the resources they need to succeed.
TeachAids is honored to have Steve Young as one of our CrashCourse ambassadors. Together, we will invest in developing an unparalleled concussion education curriculum that is accessible to kids of all backgrounds for free.