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  • The Top 100 Moments in North Texas Football History

    The Top 100 Moments in North Texas Football History
    The annual State Fair of Texas will be the stage for the unveiling of the "Top 100 Moments in North Texas Football History" each day during the first week of the fair, with a countdown from 100 to 1 on display in the Hall of State. Also on display is...
  • The Worst Ideas Ever: Book By Hartford Residents A 'Celebration of Embarrassment'

    The Worst Ideas Ever: Book By Hartford Residents A 'Celebration of Embarrassment'
    Michael Jordan giving up basketball to play baseball. "The Brady Bunch" adding a cute little kid, cousin Oliver, to boost sagging ratings. Celebrities who name their babies "Banjo," "Apple," "Facebook," "Moxie Crimefighter" or "Bronx Mowgli." The Yugo....
  • "Slant 45 The Movie" Premieres in Plano

    "Slant 45 The Movie" Premieres in Plano
    Face after face walked the red carpet tonight in Plano. Some, like Roger Staubach and Daryl Johnston were recognizable. Others are soon to be stars. "It made me real happy and glad to feed a lot of hungry people and I hope I never see that man with the...
  • NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell & NFL Executive Eric Grubman

    Super Bowl XLV – Monday, February 7, 2011 QUOTES FROM NFL MEDIA AVAILABILITY NFL COMMISSIONER ROGER GOODELL & NFL EXECUTIVE VP ERIC GRUBMAN (on why the seats in Cowboys Stadium were not set up in time for the Super Bowl) Goodell: “We are...
  • Roger Staubach says NFL Told Him Super Bowl Will Be Back

    Roger Staubach says NFL Told Him Super Bowl Will Be Back
    For North Texans wondering if the Super Bowl will ever be played here at home again, Roger Staubach says he has the answer. " The NFL will want to come back here, whether it's 50, 49 or 51. They will be back. They told me that," said Cowboys Legend Roger...
  • 1964 Gettysburg College "Legends of the Fall" Reunion

    1964 Gettysburg College "Legends of the Fall" Reunion
    The 1964 Gettysburg College Football team is the only squad in Bullets history to win a Division I championship, then known as the University MAC Championship. The '64 team held a reunion in September for the first time in 46 years. Backup quarterback Don...
  • Wheldon remembered as loving, loyal and tidy

    Wheldon remembered as loving, loyal and tidy
    Dan Wheldon is being remembered not only as a champion driver but as a devoted husband, caring father, loyal friend, beloved son - and a neat freak. Family members, friends, fellow drivers and hundreds of supporters said goodbye to Wheldon during a...
  • 60 Years Of Memories For The Travelers Championship

    60 Years Of Memories For The Travelers Championship
    CROMWELL — The first PGA Tour stop in Connecticut was 60 years ago with the Insurance City Open at Wethersfield Country Club. Now called the Travelers Championship, it has gone through some name and sponsor changes through the years. But for...
  • Study: Modern football helmets no safer than vintage leather helmets

    Study: Modern football helmets no safer than vintage leather helmets
    The golden age of professional football and those old leather helmets--they just didn't look like they offered much protection. Researchers wondered how they would stack up against today's fancy new helmets so they performed impact tests on both. They...
  • BIOMASK: A Fire Fight to Help Burn Victims

    BIOMASK: A Fire Fight to Help Burn Victims
    A young Texas war veteran is in GQ Magazine this month.  He’s a strong man with style but he doesn’t look like George Clooney or Matt Damon.  He is the face of many soldiers returning home from the front lines and his face may help change...
  • Summers with John Wooden

    Summers with John Wooden
    For years, John Wooden ran basketball camps for kids during the Southern California summers. Two Times staffers recall their experiences with the legendary coach. ---- In 1975, I was an 11-year-old aspiring NBA player enrolled in John Wooden's...
  • Game on: Pros and big-league politics

    Game on: Pros and big-league politics
    Howard Cosell called it "rule No. 1 of the Jockocracy": the idea that sports and politics must never mix. This last election season though, that iron wall separating the two worlds wasn't merely breached, it was flattened. It has been little reported...