Honor the Heroes of the Game, Preserve Its History, Promote Its Values & Celebrate Excellence Everywhere
"Who the hell likes to lose? Sure I’m a tough loser. Who isn’t? If you don’t want to win all the time, you’ve got no business holding a job in sports.”
(West Virginia Wesleyan)...Alfred Earle Neale. . .Extensive college coaching career preceded entry into NFL in 1941. . .Quickly built second-division Eagles into a contender. . . Produced three straight Eastern Division crowns and NFL championships in 1948 and 1949. . . Both NFL titles came by shutout scores. . .Using an assumed name, played end with the pre-NFL Canton Bulldogs. . .Born November 5, 1891, in Parkersburg, West Virginia. . . Died November 2, 1973, at age of 81.
.@Patriots HOFer @AndreTippett presented his wife Rhonda with the @KayJewelers HOF pendant prior to receiving his n… https://t.co/pGYCr9j3P0
Posted on 22 Oct
RT @ESPNStatsInfo: Dez Bryant: 71st career TD reception, tying Bob Hayes for most ever in Cowboys history https://t.co/4Wx9Q68pw1