A 1978 graduate of Brigham Young University, Todd was a four-year starter on the BYU football team, leading the Cougars for three straight years in pass receiving. He played on three Western Athletic Conference Championship teams and was named first-team All-WAC in 1977. He closed his college career earning Most Valuable Player honors at the Blue-Gray All Star Classic. An 11-year NFL veteran, Christensen was one of the most prolific tight ends in league history. His career statistics of 461 receptions, 5,874 yards and 52 TDs included 392 receptions from 1983-86, the greatest four-year total in NFL history. He was a five-time All-Pro pick and led the NFL in receiving in 1983 and 1986. He was also a member of the Raiders’ Super Bowl champion squads in 1981 (XV) and 1984 (XVIII). Todd has been involved in network television for nearly twenty years. For the last five years, he has worked primarily as a college football analyst for ESPN. He is married and the father of four children.