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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Don Shula
Eden Prairie coach Mike Grant has been named the Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year.
The previous time these two teams met, the AFC title hung in the balance and Baltimore used a strong second half to pull out a 28-13 victory. In this one, New England took a 17-0 lead early in the second quarter and never let up behind a defense that forced four turnovers and had four sacks.
Mike and Kyle combined to lead the Redskins to a division title, while Robert Jr. and Robert III achieved their goal of making it to the NFL as an elite quarterback. But it has all fallen apart in Washington.
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has broken his silence on the bullying scandal that has engulfed his team, saying he's appalled by Jonathan Martin's allegations of daily harassment by teammates.
The Miami Dolphins team that achieved the only perfect season in NFL history will be honored by the White House next Tuesday, more than 40 years after its accomplishment.
So much football, so many great story lines, both college and pros. Georgia knocks Florida from the ranks of the unbeaten. Notre Dame keeps Irish eyes smiling. The Atlanta Falcons romp to their seventh straight win.
The current occupant of the White House is a basketball guy. Other recent Leaders of the Free World have been partial to golf, jogging and brush clearing. Not Richard Nixon. Nixon loved football — any kind of football.
This is Super Bowl Week, and it's hard to think about the Super Bowl without thinking about Joe Namath. He's one of the guys who made the NFL's championship game what it is today, the biggest event on America's sporting calendar.
A month of wrenching emotion for Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin took a positive turn Friday when he landed the Miami Dolphins' head coaching job.
Even before the Miami Dolphins fired Tony Sparano on Monday, names of potential successors were being bandied about.
Howard Schnellenberger played for Bear Bryant, led the Miami Hurricanes to their first national championship, was the offensive coordinator for the Miami Dolphins' perfect season and built a football program from scratch at Florida Atlantic.
Jim Mandich will be inducted into the Miami Dolphins' honor roll, the team announced Wednesday at the end of a two-hour program paying tribute to the longtime broadcaster and former player who died last week at age 62.
Jim Mandich, who won two Super Bowl rings with the Miami Dolphins and later became a popular radio announcer for the team, died Tuesday at age 62.
Packers right guard Daryn Colledge has beard envy. He's so jealous of the growth on the face of Pittsburgh defensive end Brett Keisel that he hinted it may not be natural.
If it all were all about hair, the Steelers would already be champs.
"If it doesn't work out, then you've got to make another decision," he said. "You can't make decisions because of the relationship. But it's never easy to fire anybody, and if it's a relative, it makes it all the more difficult. But you can't let that get in the way."
His father Don basically said you've got to be cold-blooded, even with a family member.