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A.P. Steadham, Co-Producer

A.P. Steadham, a graduate of The University of Alabama, is a fixture at major national sporting events. A former feature writer and regular contributor to, he is an all-around sports guest expert on Voice America Radio Sports, outlets across America and a weekly guest on radio stations in Alabama, Florida and Mississippi.


A multi-media figure, A.P. is now in his second decade of covering Alabama football, after having lived it for a lifetime. He has reported on the Crimson Tide regular season games, conference championships, bowls, three BCS National Championships and the College Football Playoffs.


Steadham is a regular at major college awards presentations, including the Heisman Memorial Trophy events, National Football Foundation/College Football Hall of Fame, Walter Camp Football Foundation events, and the Maxwell Award. He is also a Heisman Memorial Trophy Voter and member of the Alabama Sports Writers Association and Football Writers Association of America.


In addition, he has covered Alabama basketball (men’s and women’s), major college basketball tournaments, the NFL, NBA and WNBA – regular season games, Super Bowls, drafts and All-Star games - MLB regular season games, PGA golf tournaments and high school football and basketball recruiting. He has covered inductions at the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, Alabama Sports Hall of Fame and the Senior Bowl Hall of Fame.


A.P. is currently involved with “The Wishbone Boys” film documentary bringing an extensive sports background and historical knowledge of Crimson Tide, Southeastern Conference and College Football history to the project as a Producer. He was also a contributor to the 2012 HBO documentary about the legendary Alabama and NFL quarterback, Joe Namath, titled, “Namath: From Beaver Falls to Broadway”.

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