In addition to once dressing up as a bell boy and greeting his team at the door of their hotel once, Bill Walsh should also be remembered for his pioneering work in another important field: video game football.
It was a far piece better than Sega's "College Football National Championship," mostly because it was simpler and you couldn't win every game by running the toss sweep with Jerome Bettis. (Damn you, Cuddles Swindle. Damn you and Jerome to hell.) You got scouting reports from Bill on each team. You got 360 degrees of replay. You got, as you might have guessed, glorious amounts of passing yards. And of course, it also featured, per video game rules of engagement, an unstoppable Bo Jackson bent on destroying the world with his cleats.