Our Keynote Lineup

 Debbie Durbin |  February 3, 2022

Huddle Up For Our Keynote Lineup!

Banquet for Life on April 11 at the Hyatt Regency 

Anthony Muñoz

Hall of Famer, hometown hero, and former Super Bowl competitor Anthony Muñoz, 6-6, 278-pound offensive tackle, was the first-round pick of the Cincinnati Bengals and the third player selected overall in the 1980 NFL Draft. Considered by many to be the premier tackle during his 13 seasons of play, he started 164 of 168 games from 1980 to 1990.  Many also say he redefined the standard of excellence at his position.

He was an all-around athlete; he caught seven passes and scored four touchdowns on tackle-eligible plays. His stalwart play was the key to the success that propelled Cincinnati to three AFC Central Division titles and two AFC championships (1981 and 1988).

The recipient of virtually every possible honor, Anthony was elected to 11 consecutive Pro Bowls and was named All-Pro 11 straight times from 1981 through 1991. He was named the NFL Offensive Lineman of the Year in 1981, 1987, and 1988 and the NFL Players Association Lineman of the Year in 1981, 1985, 1988, and 1989.

Bob Trumpy

The father of Cincinnati’s sports talk radio format, Trumpy started his sports call-in show in 1976. A former professional American football tight end played for the Cincinnati Bengals from 1968 through 1977. He was a two-time National Football League Pro Bowler and a two-time American Football League All-Star. Following his playing career, he spent many years as a broadcast color analyst, calling four Super Bowls.

He was honored with the NFL’s annual Pete Rozelle Radio and Television Award for “long-time exceptional contributions to radio and television in professional football” at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2014.

Dave Lapham

Dave uses connections made in sports and broadcasting to bring an exciting and energetic podcast to the masses with “In The Trenches”. A former professional football offensive lineman for the National Football League’s Cincinnati Bengals from 1974 to 1983 and the United States Football League’s New Jersey Generals (1984–1985).

During his career, he played all five line positions and was a key player on the 1981 Bengals squad that won the AFC championship but ultimately lost Super Bowl XVI to the San Francisco 49ers. He has served as the Bengals radio color commentator for over 30 seasons, is also a local Bengals TV analyst and radio host, and is a Big 12 football analyst for Fox Sports Network.