Steve built a $45 million building in Mount Laurel, New Jersey, to be the home of NFL Films.
Steve has one camera dedicated to filming every single play in slow motion for every game NFL Films works.
Steve will only shoot NFL games with film because of the much greater quality over videotape.
Steve and his dad paid just $3,000 for the rights to film Super Bowl I.
Steve was nominated for the NFL Hall of Fame in 2007.
In 2004, Steve and his father Ed won a Sports Emmy Award for Lifetime Achievement.
Steve has worked every single Super Bowl in one capacity or another for NFL Films.
Steve's father Ed named him President of NFL Films in 1989.
Steve played football at Colorado College.
Sabol: Dad wanted to show the game the way Hollywood portrayed fiction, and that is, with a dramatic flair.
Sabol: I've always believed in that famous quote from Karl Marx, something like; 'Men make history, but not under conditions of their own choosing.'
Sabol: He's tremendous. He's nimble and powerful at once. (On NFL player Julius Peppers)
Sabol: One of the tenets of football, its essence, is triumphing over adversity. That can be your opponent, your shortcomings or it can be the weather.
Sabol: The Super Bowl is such a corporate event that even the crowd doesn't have the same intensity.