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Topic - Tom Landry
They don't have a secret handshake, decoder rings or their own clubhouse. But even Groucho Marx, who refused to join any club that would have him, would have loved to get into the "Legion of Boom."
There's a very good reason why coaches on NFL and college football sidelines this weekend are dressed exactly like the guys down at your car wash _ or maybe it's the other way around.
This game against the Buffalo Bills in Toronto would be a lot more fun if Sav Rocca, the Washington Redskins' punter, could score a rouge.
Football Hall of Famer Andy Robustelli, who played for the New York Giants and Los Angeles Rams during a 14-year NFL career, has died. He was 85.
Jethro Pugh has some advice for folks who consider it a cruel twist of fate that the first Super Bowl hosted by the Dallas Cowboys features the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
"I don't think there needs to be a debate of why they're popular," he said. "They're America's team, so it goes without question that they're Texas's team. I don't even argue it."
"Let me tell you one thing, just keep going the way they're going and they will overtake them real quickly," he said.