The Three Worst Moments in NFL

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Since the merge of NFL and AFL on June 8, 1966, there are many unforgettable moments that are forever transcribed in the memories of football fanatics. Who can forget Franco Harris and “The Immaculate Reception” in the 1972 AFC Divisional Playoffs, Joe Namath’s “Guarantee” in Super Bowl III and Dwight Clark with “The Catch” from Joe Montana in the 1982 NFC Championship Game? Undoubtedly, these moments show how great the game is and the players that made these events memorable. On the contrary though, there are lots of moments in the…

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Four Best Head Coaches in the History of College Football

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What makes a great college football coach? This question has been the topic of countless heated arguments and debate over the years. Though there are lots of different ideas about what skills a great coach should possess, most would agree that he should possess these key things: A great coach wins. He leads his team in winning games, championships and that the winnings are consistent. A great coach has staying power. With many good coaches out there, a great coach should still maintain being invaluable. A great coach should be…

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Who Will Be the Voice of the NCAA Tournament’s Final Four?

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Everyone gets riled up when as soon as the calendar hits March 1st. March Madness welcomes the 2018 NCAA Tournament and basketball fans are getting a hard time containing their excitement. The First Four games will kick off March Madness in Dayton, Ohio on Tuesday, March 13th and Wednesday, March 14th. The real first rounds will be on March 15th and 16th with the second round following on March 17th and March 18th. San Antonio will host the Final Four on March 31st. Below are the 2018 NCAA Tournament announcers…

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3 Characteristics of a Great Football Player

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Have you always loved playing football and dreamt of becoming one of the most famous football players in the world? Football is a game that does not only require your physical skills and strength but it also calls for your mental and emotional sharpness. With many aspiring football players all over the world, only a few makes the cut. What are the basic traits that every football player must have? This article will show you what you need to possess to become a successful football player. Knowledge of the game…

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Sam Mikulak Leads the 2018 Winter Cup Challenge

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The 2018 Winter Cup Challenge was held on February 15-17, 2018 at Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino. Who Are Expected to Compete? Amongst the famous gymnasts who registered to compete are Alex Naddour of Gilbert Ariz./USA Youth Fitness, 2016 Olympians Sam Mikulak of Newport Beach, Calif./U.S. Olympic Training Center, reigning U.S. champion and World bronze medalist Yul Moldauer of Arvada, Colo./University of Oklahoma,  2016 Olympic alternate Akash Modi of Morganville, N.J./Stanford University and 2017 World team member Marvin Kimble of Milwaukee/Salto Gymnastics . A separate junior and senior competitive…

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5 Best NCAA Basketball Announcers of All Time

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  NCAA Basketball Tournament would not be as fun and exciting without the added wit and smart analysis of the announcers and commentators. Below are some of the best NCAA College Basketball announcers of all time. Let’s see if your favorite is on this list. Bill Raftery If there is one announcer that has the passion, energy and knowledge of the game – it would be Bill Raftery. He popularized catchphrases and signature sayings such as “a little kiss”, “man-a-man” and “Onions!”. Raferty is not only good because of his…

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Dave Ryan – a Versatile Sports Broadcaster

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If you’ve been watching a lot of sports over the years, chances are you know Dave Ryan like you know your neighbor. Over the past three decades, this veteran broadcaster has done almost everything there is to do as a television and radio broadcaster – from major league baseball to the NHL, NFL and NCAA Women’s Basketball Final Four and from professional bowling to the Little League World Series. Let’s take a look at the wonderful life of the voice that helps make the games even more exciting. Who is…

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Los Angeles Angels and its Partnership with Compass Media Networks

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The Los Angeles Angels are an American professional baseball franchise based in Anaheim, California. They are a member of the American League (AL) west division and compete in Major League Baseball (MLB). Franchise History and Name Changes The name “Angels” was coined by the team’s first owner, Gene Autry, as a tribute to the original Los Angeles Angels, a Minor League franchise in the Pacific Coast League (PCL), which played in South Central Los Angeles from 1903 to 1957. He purchased the rights to the Angels name from then Los…

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The Voice and Brain of Scott Kaplan

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  Scott Kaplan is one of a media personality that remains active in the world of sports media business. He has kept a steady presence on San Diego airwaves since 2001 where he partnered with former San Diego Charger Bill Ray Smith. Being the host and executive producer of the successful show “The Scott and BR” has opened so many doors for Kaplan. Early Life Kaplan was born on February 17, 1970 on Tyndall Air Force Base, in Panama City, Florida where his father was serving. Kaplan went to Coral…

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Getting to Know More the Man that Was Named “The Voice of the Dallas Cowboys”

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Brad Michael Sham is an American sportscaster who has been named as the “Voice of the Dallas Cowboys”. Born on August 16, 1949 with a degree in Journalism, this play-by-play announcer has 42 years of broadcasting career under his belt and has been one of respected sportscasters of all time. Biography In 1976, Sham was hired by the Dallas Cowboys Radio Network as a color analyst alongside play-by-play man Verne Lundquist. He became the lead play-by-play man of the network when Lundquist left for CBS in 1984. Sham has been…

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