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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Charlie Pittman
A Tennessee judge has entered a not guilty plea for a ministry student accused of killing his fiancee and ordered him held without bond.
A Christian ministry major accused of killing his fiancee and staging it as a suicide used a gun that belonged to one of his friends, police said.
In the mid-1960s, there was no such thing as a Northeastern power in college football.
"Teams knew we were going to run the ball and they couldn't stop us," Pittman said.
"He took quarterbacks and made them linebackers. He took running backs and made them defensive backs," said Pittman, who played two years in the NFL and now is the vice president of publishing company based in South Bend, Ind.