- Part of the winning Dallas Cowboys’ Super Bowl XXX team.
- 1996 Pro-Bowl selection as a Special Teams Player.
- Set the franchise single season Special Teams tackle record with 32 with the Dallas Cowboys.
- Freshman All-American, All Big-Ten Player, Team MVP and a recipient of the Kiwanis Citizenship Award at Purdue University.
- Received the NFL’s “Unsung Hero Award” for his unselfish dedication and commitment to his community.
- NFL Alumni’s Special Teams Player of the year in 1996.
- Honored with the title of “Distinguished Graduate” for his achievements in professional sports and service to the community.
- Co-hosts the Chicago Bear’s pre-game and post-game radio shows on WBBM.
Coach Gurion played Varsity Football with Palatine High School for three years, earning All-Conference, All-Area, and All-State honors, before going on to become certified by the American Sports Education Program. Dave has had an extensive history in coaching positions including Palatine Amateur Football Association coaching, coordinator of Flag Football at the Salt Creek Park District, as well as Offensive Line Coach at Fremd High School.
After graduating from Conant High School in 1994, Coach Spizzirri played football at Knox College for four years before going on to coach at multiple D211 Schools for over 20 years at all levels, Freshman to Varsity. Tony is currently coaching at Conant High School as Defensive Coordinator at the Freshman level.