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TWT FIVE 2008 PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME CANDIDATES
1. Darrell Green— Longtime Redskins great should enter the Hall on his first try.
2. Art Monk— Will justice finally be served with a Redskins double-dip?
4. Paul Tagliabue — A finalist last year, the former commish deserves enshrinement.
5. Herman Moore — Another test for the voters. Had great five-year run with Lions (487 catches, 6,431 yards, 47 TDs from 1994 to 1998), but then flamed out.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL ONLINE EXCERPT FROM D1SCOURSE, OUR COLLEGES BLOG AT WASHINGTONTIMES.COM
When ACC commissioner John Swofford addressed reporters last week, he mentioned how the NCAA had done away with the Division I-A and Division I-AA designations.
Then he paused a moment to remember exactly what the new names were, before politely asking the assembled media to pick up on the updated terminology he hadn’t entirely grasped yet.
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