In 2007, Tyler Campbell, son of Hall of Fame legend, Earl Campbell, was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis while playing football at San Diego State University. He continued to play football and kept his diagnosis a secret until a major setback caused Tyler's neurologist to permanently sideline his dreams of playing in the NFL. Tyler remained in positive spirits, stating "When one door closes, another opens. I view my diagnosis as an opportunity to share my experience to help others." We are proud to include Tyler in this year's Improving Lives Benefit - Together at Home to help use his voice to share MSAA's mission of working together to improve lives everyday.