Argentina scores Football perfection In Athens | The Olympics On The Record

Argentina scores Football perfection In Athens | The Olympics On The Record

Argentina was among the founding members of the International Olympic Committee, and sent a team to Paris in 1900, the second Olympic Games of the modern era. But it wasn’t until 1924 that Argentinian athletes first tasted Olympic Gold. That came in the sport of polo, long since dropped from the Olympic programme. Argentinians won […]

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Hakeem al Araibi: Football’s Political Prisoner

Hakeem al Araibi: Football’s Political Prisoner

The chances are that you probably haven’t heard of Hakeem al Araibi. The Bahraini centre back plays for Pascoe Vale FC, a semi-pro club in Australia’s National Premier Leagues Victoria. But he was once considered one of the Bahrain national team’s brightest talents at a time when the tiny Gulf Kingdom was considered one of […]

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Capital One: Fran Kirby, tackling depression to achieve her dream

Capital One: Fran Kirby, tackling depression to achieve her dream

It’s all ever wanted to do, play football. I got called up to play for my country when I was 14. My Mum always told me you’ll be the best player in the world. She had a real belief in me. Then out of the blue, Mum was gone. She had a brain hemorrhage. Losing […]

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Top 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Todd Gurley! (NFL)

Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley II was selected 10th overall in the 2015 NFL Draft. EverythingTop10 is proud to present, “The Top 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Todd Gurley!” #10. Gurley is the youngest of Darlene Simmons’ four children. John Simmons, his mother’s husband and the father of Gurley’s three older siblings, […]

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Tonight Show Superlatives: 2019 NFL Season – Texans and Patriots

Tonight Show Superlatives: 2019 NFL Season – Texans and Patriots

-Our first player is Cullen Gillaspia. He’s a fullback for the Texans. He was voted Most Likely to be a Background Villager in “Shrek.” Next up, from the Patriots, is Julian Edelman. He was voted Most Likely to Have Modeled for a Harlequin Book Called “The Naughty Ranch Hand.” Next, from the Patriots, is Joe […]

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How Chris Johnson And Lil Wayne Became Fast Friends | The Players’ Tribune

How Chris Johnson And Lil Wayne Became Fast Friends | The Players’ Tribune

– Basically, I was just like, “I want to meet Lil Wayne,” or whatever. And he was like, “All right, let me see what I can do.” I didn’t know that I was gonna actually meet him, or actually even get to go on the tour bus. Ever since like high school, he always been […]

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How MSU Changed College Football Forever

How MSU Changed College Football Forever

– The 1966 Michigan State University football team won a national championship, but its most important legacy was its role in the integration of college football. Michigan State’s efforts to integrate its football program began in 1913, when Gideon Smith joined the team. By 1966, the Spartan roster included 20 black players, a number unprecedented […]

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Choosing Family over DI Football: A Story of Growth

Choosing Family over DI Football: A Story of Growth

– [DaShaun] Imagine, 18 years old, thinking you’re going pro and your college coach says he doesn’t want you, “now get out of my office.” (percussion music) Friday night football, it doesn’t get any better than that in Cass. Everything pretty much, you sat down, everybody goes to the football games. I actually got moved […]

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Former NFL Players You Forgot Had Passed Away

Former NFL Players You Forgot Had Passed Away

Despite the fact that making it to the NFL is a huge accomplishment and realization of many people’s dreams, there is a much bigger cost that comes with that success. In come cases, that can mean suffering from the effects of repeated head trauma and even dying far too young. Here are the stories of […]

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