He played in 115 games during his career.
He is tied for 18th with Leroy Kelly on the NFL's All-Time Rushing Touchdowns List with 74.
Ranks 20th the NFL's All-Time Rushing Yards List with 9,407.
He ranks 19th on the NFL's All-Time Rushing Attemtps with 2,187.
He is married to Reuna Smith, and they have two children.
He was nicknamed "The Tyler Rose."
He led his high school team to a state championship in 1973.
He was induced into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1990.
He was named Bluebonnet Offensive Player of the game in the annual Bluebonnet game against Colorado.
He was named Southwestern Conference Newcomer of the Year in 1974.
Growing up, he idolized Dick Butkus.
He discovered his love for football in the fifth grade.
He won the Heisman Trophy in 1977.
He was the first player taken in the 1978 NFL Draft.
He played in five Pro-Bowls.
He played the position of running back.
He was elected into the Hall of Fame in 1991.
Earl has been on the cover of Sports Illustrated six times.
After retiring from football, Earl started the Earl Campbell Meat Products Company in Austin, Texas. The company was closed in 2001.
Earl wore the number 20 at the University of Texas and 34 in the NFL.
Earl played at a height of 5'11'' and a weight of 230 pounds.
Campbell threw his only complete pass in 1980. It went for a 28 yard touchdown.
Earl led the NFL with 19 rushing touchdowns in 1978.
Earl rushed for 9,407 yards in his NFL career.
Campbell led the NFL in rushing in his first three seasons.
Earl Campbell was named the NFL's Rookie of the Year in 1978.
Earl won the Heisman Trophy in 1977 while at the University of Texas.
He played in the NFL with the Houston Oilers.