BREC’s 30th Annual Doug Williams Football Clinic Saturday, May 7 at BREC’s Memorial Stadium. The free clinic teaches children ages six and older basic football skills such as blocking, tackling and throwing. Participants also participate in speed and agility drills. Doug Williams was the first African-American quarterback to start in a Super Bowl game. He played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and was voted Most Valuable Player in Super Bowl XXII. Williams retired from the NFL and served as head football coach for Grambling State University from 1998-2002. During his time at Grambling, Williams led the Tigers to three consecutive Southwestern Athletic Conference Titles. He left to rejoin the Buccaneers as a personnel executive and was later promoted to director of professional scouting. In February 2011, Williams returned to Grambling as the head football coach.