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  • Phil Steele’s Week 7 News & Notes Part 1

     
    USC took advantage of 5 Cal TO’s. In the 1H USC had a 187-132 yd edge and blew one opportunity off a TO by fumbling a snap on a fake FG. They settled for a 39 yd FG and also benefited from stopping a Cal fake punt at the Cal37 which 5pl later...
  • Were the Cleveland Browns named after boxer Joe Louis?

     
    FOOTBALL URBAN LEGEND: The Cleveland Browns were named after boxer Joe "The Brown Bomber" Louis. The Cleveland Browns opened shop in 1946 as one of the inaugural teams in a new professional football league designed to compete with the National......
  • Feb. 3 proclaimed 'Motley Crue Day' in Las Vegas

     
    As the band prepares to hit the stage and enter their two-week residency at the hotel on Friday, they've even got an official endorsement from Las Vegas mayor Carolyn Goodman who officially dubbed Feb. 3, 2012 "Motley Crue Day."...
  • PA Rep. Rick Saccone makes League of Conservation Voters' national "Dirty Dozen" list.

     
    So here's something to tack up on the fridge. State Rep. Rick Saccone, R-Allegheny, has been named to the national "Dirty Dozen" list put together by the eco-friendly League of Conservation Voters. In a news release, the environmental activist group......
  • In North Pole, Alaska, Christmas is a year-round labor of love for Santa's helpers

    In North Pole, Alaska, Christmas is a year-round labor of love for Santa's helpers
    Along the Richardson Highway in the Alaskan interior, "towns" — and that's being generous — often spring up for a single purpose: to provide food, water and, of course, fuel to passing motorists. Mosquito Junction was once such a wayside. But...
  • Milt Campbell dies at 78; Olympic gold medalist in the decathlon

    Milt Campbell, a versatile athlete who became the first African American to win a gold medal in the Olympic decathlon, besting then-world record holder Rafer Johnson at the 1956 Melbourne Summer Games, has died. He was 78. Campbell, who went on to...
  • Art Modell dies at 87; Cleveland Browns owner enraged fans with move to Baltimore

    Art Modell dies at 87; Cleveland Browns owner enraged fans with move to Baltimore
    Art Modell, a marketing executive who helped negotiate the NFL's first television contract and later enraged fans when he moved the Cleveland Browns franchise to Baltimore, has died. He was 87. Modell died Thursday of natural causes at Johns Hopkins...
  • Game 6: Sloppy Ravens drop one

    CINCINNATI - A month ago, Ravens coach Brian Billick sent Marvin Lewis a bottle of wine in recognition of his first win as the Cincinnati Bengals' coach. Yesterday, the Ravens clumsily hand-delivered another gift to their former defensive coordinator....
  • Vocal Bengals trash champs

    CINCINNATI -- Role reversal ruled the Ravens' meltdown yesterday against the unlikeliest of foes. After listening to a week's worth of the Cincinnati Bengals' banter, the usually outspoken Ravens were choked up in their response yesterday. The Super...
  • Lesson Modell learned reaps Super reward

    UNTIL SUNDAY, the words Art Modell and the Vince Lombardi Trophy had not exactly fit together like pieces in the perfect joint. The trophy goes to the Super Bowl winner. Mr. Modell's team, neither the original Cleveland Browns nor its Baltimore Ravens...
  • Modell doesn't look back

    Don't expect Art Modell to look back over the past 43 years and get misty-eyed. Don't expect him to exult over the highs: the Ravens' Super Bowl championship, the 31 years as chairman of the NFL's broadcast committee, the launching of Monday Night...