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Ricky Nelson  The Christmas Song This rendition of 'The Christmas Song' was performed on the 1964 Christmas episode of 'The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriett', as Ricky and Kris' daughter, Tracy was only a year old at the time. Kris is the daughter of famous All American, Heisman Trophy winner, Tom Harmon, and the sister of actor Mark Harmon.
Tags: ozzie  and  harriett  ricky  nelson  the  christmas  song  kris  nelson  david  nelson     
Added: 24th December 2007
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Posted By: Sophia
John Cappelletti Heisman Speech 1973 When Penn State's John Cappelletti won the Heisman Trophy in 1973 as the country's most outstanding collegiate football player, he dedicated the award to his dying little brother Joey. Not a dry eye in the house...
Tags: John  Cappelletti  Heisman  Trophy  speech  Joey 
Added: 11th March 2009
Views: 15538
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Posted By: Lava1964
Paul Hornung Promotes Marlboro Cigarettes Paul Hornung, the 1956 Heisman Trophy winner and star halfback of the Green Bay Packers, enjoys puffing on Marlboro cigarettes.
Tags: Paul  Hornung  cigarettes  ad 
Added: 17th December 2008
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Posted By: Lava1964
1964 Notre Dame-Navy Game Here are the condensed highlights of the 1964 Notre-Dame-Navy game played at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia. The game is noteworthy for two reasons: It featured a matchup of Navy QB Roger Staubach, the 1963 Heisman Trophy winner, and Notre Dame QB John Huarte, who would win the Heisman in 1964. The game was also noteworthy for being the first of Notre Dame's 43 consecutive wins over Navy.
Tags: NCAA  football  Notre  Dame  Navy 
Added: 19th December 2008
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Posted By: Lava1964
Georgia Tech Beats Cumberland 222-0 The worst rout in the history of American college football was administered by mighty Georgia Tech against tiny Cumberland College on October 7, 1916. The final score was 222-0. There were some extenuating circumstances. Cumberland had signed a contract a year in advance to play Georgia Tech in Atlanta in 1916, but discontinued its football program after the 1915 season. However, the contract with Tech included a hefty $3,000 forfeit penalty if Cumberland failed to put a team on the field against Tech. Instead of paying the fine, Cumberland threw together a team on short notice. The team never held a single practise. One player, a law student, recalled years later, 'We put a lot of faith in the clause about placing a team on the field. There was nothing in the contract requiring us to play well.' Tech coach John Heisman showed no mercy. His squad scored nine touchdowns in both the first and second quarters to lead 126-0 at halftime. Tech agreed to shorten the third and fourth quarters and only scored 14 more touchdowns. In all, Tech scored 32 touchdowns (and 30 conversions). Tech also amassed 1,650 yards rushing on just 40 attempts. Cumberland's rushing total was -96 yards. They did complete two passes, though. Tech did not attempt a pass all game. Most interesting stat: There were no first downs by either team. All of Tech's big plays went for touchdowns. Cumberland's biggest play was a 10-yard pass completion on a fourth-and-28 situation. Despite their historic defeat, the Cumberland players returned to their Lebanon, TN campus as heroes for saving their small school $3,000.
Tags: college  football  Georgia  Tech  Cumberland 
Added: 28th October 2009
Views: 4304
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Posted By: Lava1964
Joe Theismann Injury - 1985 Definitely not for the faint of heart: Washington Redskins' quarterback Joe Theismann's famous career-ending leg injury. It occurred during a Monday Night Football telecast on November 18, 1985 when a trick play went awry and two New York Giants (Harry Carson and Lawrence Taylor) tackled him in the backfield. Described medically as a "comminuted compound fracture," the play was voted by ESPN viewers as the most memorable injury of all time. (By the way, "comminuted" means "pulverized"--which is a fairly accurate description of the horrible injury.) Theismann, age 36, never played another down in the NFL. His right leg never healed quite properly; it's slightly shorter than his left leg. Frank Gifford, O.J. Simpson and Fran Tarkenton were in the ABC broadcast booth that night.
Tags: NFL  Joe  Theismann  injury  broken  leg 
Added: 13th September 2015
Views: 1592
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Posted By: Lava1964

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