Wearing jersey no. 34 is Earl Campbell, the "Tyler Rose"
Quarterback Ken Stabler
Assistant coach Wade Phillips, Bum's son. Wade Phillips went on to serve as head coach for several NFL teams, including the Dallas Cowboys. He is now the defensive coordinator for the Los Angeles Rams.
Naomi Phillips, Bum's mother
On the uncertainty of his future. The team's management fired Phillips on December 31 after an early exit in the 1980 playoff season. He went on to be head coach for the New Orleans Saints from 1981 to 1985.
In this 1980 segment for PM Magazine, co-host John Walls profiles football coach Bum Phillips. Phillips served as head coach for the Houston Oilers from 1975 to 1980, leading the team to two AFC Championship games. With an overall record of 55-35, he was the winningest coach in Oilers history. PM Magazine was a local news and entertainment television program broadcast on Beaumont's KFDM-TV in from late 1970s to the mid-1980s. This segment aired on November 10, 1980.
PM Magazine, also known as Evening Magazine, was a local weeknight news and entertainment television series broadcast on multiple stations across the United States from the late 1970s to the early 1990s. The program combined both local and syndicated segments, with common subjects including local people and events, lifestyle and consumer tips, and human-interest pieces. KPIX in San Francisco premiered the first iteration of Evening Magazine on August 9, 1976. Station owner Westinghouse (Group W) Broadcasting subsequently introduced local versions at its other stations, before syndicating the format to other television markets as PM Magazine.
The Tyrrell Historical Library Collection encompasses hundreds of PM Magazine segments broadcast on Beaumont's KFDM-TV between 1979 and 1985. Leeza Gibbons and John Walls were the program's original co-hosts. Gibbons went on to become a correspondent and co-host for Entertainment Tonight from 1984 to 2000. She also hosted her own daytime talk show, Leeza, from 1993 to 2000.
At least ten other Texas stations produced versions of PM Magazine, including KFDA in Amarillo, KTBC in Austin, WFAA and KDFW in Dallas-Fort Worth, KVIA in El Paso, KHOU and KHTV in Houston, KCBD in Lubbock, KSAT in San Antonio, and KAUZ in Wichita Falls. Group W canceled the format in 1990, with final episodes airing on August 30, 1991.