He's survived by his wife of 76(!) years and a slew of descendants.
In addition to performing such hits as "Ramblin' Man" with brother Duane, he was also Mr. Cher.
stearns traded Maldy for Bandy. What trade has Stewart's lost?
anderson is unconscious
I'm especially interested in last season's regular season Seahawk game and the playoff game against the Giants. Is there a source for DVDs out there?
Surprised Roger Goodell hasn't figured out there might be a market for this...
This is a bit of a long read but goes a long way in explaining why the Hags tried to dump Sherman (and no, it's not because of declining skills). It also shows why virtually no team wanted him in a trade IMO (at least what Seattle was asking).
Oh, while by no means do I think MM is perfect, I'll take him every day over Petey. Carroll is another douche bag.
What next? The NAACP National Convention?
Don't know how many of you remember this or ever even saw it, but it's a classic that has not been on TV for decades or available on VHS or DVD. Stars Ernest Borgnine as Vince Lombardi. Focuses on Lombardi's first two years in Green Bay, 1959 and 1960. It's in 4 parts, about 45 minutes in total. Borgnine played a great Lombardi, and considering when it was made and it being only a TV movie, I think it's incredibly well done. Enjoy!