Freezer Bowl

By | Jan 10, 2017

As most of the United States is frozen we are going to look back on a football game that was played in cold weather. The Cincinnati Bengals hosted the San Diego Chargers in the AFC Championship game on January 10, 1982. The game has been called the Freezer Bowl with air temperatures at -9 with […]

Super Bowl XLVII Moments

By | Feb 4, 2013

Super Bowl XLVII is over and in my opinion it was one of the most interesting games I have watched in a number of years. It made it even better when the Baltimore Ravens and John Harbaugh was the winning brother. Here are 6 moments that could go down in Super Bowl history. When it […]

The Brothers Go Bowling

By | Jan 30, 2013

This Sunday, February 3, 2013, Super Bowl XLVII will be played in New Orleans. For the first time in the history of the game two brothers (John and Jim Harbaugh) will facing off as the Head Coaches. John Harbaugh is the Head Coach of the AFC Champs Baltimore Ravens. This game will be the conclusion […]

It Happened Today – December 17

By | Dec 17, 2012

A Happy Birthday goes goes to Barry Livingston born this day in 1953. Barry played Ernie Douglas (the youngest brother) on the 1960’s TV series “My Three Sons”. The Aztec calendar stone, Mexica sun stone, Stone of the Sun (Spanish: Piedra del Sol), or Stone of the Five Eras, a large monolithic sculpture that was […]

In Texas

By | Mar 30, 2012

Texas was the next to last state to reenter the union of the United States of American after the end of the War Between the States or the Civil War. That occurred on March 30, 1870. The last was Georgia a few months later on July 15, 1870. Over its history Texas has been part […]

The Oakland Raiders

By | Oct 8, 2009

On January 30, 1960 the Oakland Raiders were the 8th team given a franchise in the AFL, the new and competing league to the NFL. It was considered a big surprise since the area didn’t have a stadium for a team to play, San Francisco had the 49er’s across the bay and there wasn’t an […]

Arizona Cardinals

By | Jan 25, 2009

Even though many football analyst’s said that the only reason the the Arizona Cardinals reached the 2008 NFL playoffs was because they played in a weak NFC West Division, they are going to be playing in the 43rd Super Bowl. It is true that the Cardinals have had a history of being a poor team, […]

Super Bowl XLIII

By | Jan 24, 2009

On February 2, 2009 the forty-third modern NFL Championship game or Super Bowl XLIII will be played. The game will be played at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. Tampa has been the host city for four Super Bowls with Raymond James Stadium holding their second. The game will be played between the NFC Champions […]

Remembering 2008

By | Jan 1, 2009

When people look back upon 2008, many years from now, the two events that will sure to be on everyone’s list is the downturn of the economy and the 2008 Presidential election. Had Obama lost, it still would have been one for the history books. His election really does mean that we are entering a […]

The Chicago Bears

By | Sep 14, 2008

The Chicago Bears were founded in Decatur, Ill as the Decatur Staleys in 1919. It was the company team of The A. E. Staley Co. In 1921 George Halas, who was hired in 1920 to run the team took over ownership of the team relocated them to Chicago and renamed them the Bears in 1922. […]

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