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The college football season just kicked off, and L.A. still has to cheer for any pro team but its own. Running back Marcus Allen was a standout in college and the pros: a Heisman Trophy winner at USC, then a record-setter with the Kansas City Chiefs after...
Eight is enough. Eight would be great. And with apologies to Al Davis: “Just win eight, baby!” That is what the Florida Gators should be shooting for this season: The Magic 8 Ball. As much as UF's royally spoiled fans don't want to hear...
A while back I was on a hot streak predicting the outcome of Notre Dame’s football seasons. A couple of years I was dead on with the final record. Last few of years I was real happy not to be a betting man because I would be even more broke than I...
“Just win, baby.” That was the novel motto of late Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis, back when the real good guys wore black. Basically the message was don’t worry about contracts, media and all the politics that surround the NFL. The...
Tags: Sports, The Herald-Mail, High School Sports, Football
Ben Davidson, an iconic face of the 1960s-era Oakland Raiders and later a popular fixture in Miller Lite TV commercials, has died. He was 72. Davidson, who had been receiving treatment for prostate cancer, died Monday night, former Raiders coach John...
New Orleans Saints Assistant Head Coach/Linebackers Joe Vitt, Defensive Coordinator Steve Spagnuolo, Offensive Coordinator Pete Carmichael and Special Teams Coordinator Greg McMahon Post-Draft Wrap-Up Media Availability Saturday, April 28, 2012 ...
George Anderson, the longtime athletic trainer for the Oakland and Los Angeles Raiders who devised an innovative knee brace that became standard for football players, died last week in Santa Fe, N.M., his daughter Kristi Anderson Ornstein said. He was...
Tags: Diabetes, Sports, Parkinson's Disease, Football
George Anderson, the longtime athletic trainer for the Oakland and Los Angeles Raiders who devised an innovative knee brace that became standard for football players, died Thursday in Santa Fe, N.M., his daughter Kristi Anderson Ornstein said. He was...
Within the first few words uttered by Reggie McKenzie, the tone was set for Tuesday afternoon’s press conference to introduce McKenzie as the new general manager of the Oakland Raiders. McKenzie, with owner Mark Davis by his side, opened the...
Joe Flacco is one of five candidates competing for the GMC Never Say Never Moment of the Year. The Ravens quarterback was singled out for his 26-yard touchdown pass to rookie wide receiver Torrey Smith with eight seconds left in the fourth quarter....
The benefits of the playoff bye weekend were obvious to John Harbaugh. The Ravens coach said players nursing various injuries and ailments appear much improved after getting the opportunity to rest for three consecutive days over the weekend. "From an...
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — Happy Valley was perfect for Joe Paterno, a place where "JoePa" knew best, where he not only won more football games than any other major college coach, but won them the right way: with integrity and sportsmanship. A...
Tags: Urban Meyer, Ohio State Buckeyes, Outback Bowl, Health, Football
Sep 5, 2012 |Column| Los Angeles Times
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Jan 9, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
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Jan 22, 2012 |Story| Petoskey News
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