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Topic - Vince Lombardi
A pitcher's arm and a football player's head might seem like two different things -- and on the anatomical level, of course, they are. But there's a connection between them, too, especially in regard to the increasingly disputatious Stephen Strasburg Debate.
Tom Brown starred in football at the University of Maryland, started the 1963 season at first base for the expansion Senators and spent five seasons as a defensive back with Vince Lombardi's Packers. Yet his biggest athletic achievement might be continuing right now as Brown, 71, directs unique youth sports programs in Salisbury, Md.
Judith Light, who plays an acerbic alcoholic in "Other Desert Cities," won won the first acting Tony Award of 2012 on a night that promises to be a nail-biter in many categories and a feast for the eyes and ears with a record 16 musical numbers.
Much as the NFL might want it to, the Great Bounty Scandal of 2012 isn't going to go away any time soon. Filmmaker Sean Pamphilon made sure of that.
The playwright behind the Broadway play "Lombardi" is moving from the gridiron to the basketball court.
Aaron Rodgers has turned the Green Bay Packers into Super Bowl champions once again.
A Pittsburgh hospital swaddles its newborns in "Terrible Towels." A Wisconsin man dresses up like a bishop and calls himself "St. Vince," as in Lombardi.
Paul Hornung believes Brett Favre will one day be welcomed back with open arms by the Green Bay faithful. The Hall of Famer just thinks it will take time.
Most books about football coaches celebrate their success; very few give you an indication of how they achieved that success.
"It was going to be a one-time thing," he said. "The idea of my outfit is based on trying to represent the spirit of Lombardi come back from heaven to see his Packers in yet another Super Bowl."
In the '60s, Vince Lombardi stood on the Green Bay sideline and yelled: "Everybody's grabbing out there.