Held in New Orleans, Louisiana, the Super Bowl pitted the Baltimore Ravens against the San Francisco 49ers.Oher and his teammates emerged victorious in this battle for the championship in a tight game, scoring 34 points to the 49ers' 31 points.The dominant left tackle was once again a consensus first team All-SEC, as well as a first team All-America selection by .
released the first trailer for Sandra Bullock‘s “Our Brand Is Crisis” on Tuesday.
Based on the 2005 documentary of the same name, the film follows an American political strategist (Bullock) as she is recruited to run the campaign of a Bolivian presidential candidate (Joaquim de Almeida).
Oher earned second team All-SEC for his performance.
That same year, the author Michael Lewis released a book titled , which detailed Michael Oher's life from foster child to college football star.
After just two days, he rescinded his declaration for the NFL Draft to return for his senior season at University of Mississippi.
Oher was one of the senior leaders on a University of Mississippi team that recorded its first winning record since 2003.Oher's story was told in Michael Lewis's book Football star Michael Oher was born Michael Jerome Williams Jr. He was one of 12 children born to Michael Jerome Williams Sr.and Denise Oher, who provided their children with little to no support. was frequently in prison, and Denise was addicted to crack cocaine. was in-and-out of foster homes and frequently homeless.The young boy was finally taken in by Sean and Leigh Anne Tuohy when he was 16, and the Tuohys became Oher's legal guardians when he was 17.In his junior year, Oher began to excel in football. He also accepted a scholarship offer from the University of Mississippi after receiving offers from Tennessee, LSU, Alabama and NC State, among others.By the beginning of his senior year, Oher was the starting left tackle on the varsity football team. As a freshman offensive lineman, Michael Oher played 11 games for the University of Mississippi, starting 10 of them at the right guard position.