American Football Networks, INC. (AFN), with roots dating to 1956, is the original source of national, regional and local gridiron coverage. It remains footballs most comprehensive resource through its subsidiaries at the college, high school and pro levels. AFN's four regional networks focus at the grass roots of the nation's most popular spectator sport with a history that was memorialized in the press by the greatest sportswriter ever, Grantland Rice, coaching legend Knute Rockne and memorable players such as college football's Galloping Ghost, Illinois' Red Grange plus Army's (Mr. Inside) Felix "Doc" Blanchard and (Mr. Outside) Glen Davis as well as pro football's Slinging Sammy Baugh of the Washington Red Skins and Jim Brown of the Cleveland Browns.