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https://plus.google.com/115796587484895811829 jenny lewis : Lance Alworth’s height is 6ft (1.83 m) Lance Dwight Alworth is a former American football wide receiver...
Lance Alworth’s height is 6ft (1.83 m) Lance Dwight Alworth is a former American football wide receiver. He is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame and the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He retired as a player after the 1972 season. Best Known For…
Lance Alworth's Height & Biography: How Tall Is Lance Alworth?
Lance Alworth's height is 6ft (1.83 m). Lance Dwight Alworth is a former American football wide receiver. He is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame and the Pro Football H
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https://plus.google.com/114752600583325621293 Bryan Soderholm : Before new Marlins manager Dan Jennings, the last two managers of any consequence not to have any prior...
Before new Marlins manager Dan Jennings, the last two managers of any consequence not to have any prior experience at any professional level as a manager, coach, or even a player were Judge Emil Fuchs and College Football Hall of Fame coach Hugo Bezdek
The Judge and the Coach in Dan Jennings' Rearview
The Miami Marlins' decision to name General Manager Dan Jennings as their new field manager—without the word "interim" as a qualifier to his position—is both highly unusual and virtually unprecedented in the major leagues sin...
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https://plus.google.com/115796587484895811829 jenny lewis : Charlie Flowers’s height is 6ft (1.83 m) Charlie Flowers was an American football player. He played ...
Charlie Flowers’s height is 6ft (1.83 m) Charlie Flowers was an American football player. He played for the University of Mississippi, and was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame in 1997. In December 1959, he was signed by the National Football…
Charlie Flowers's Height & Biography: How Tall Is Charlie Flowers?
Charlie Flowers's height is 6ft (1.83 m). Charlie Flowers was an American football player. He played for the University of Mississippi, and was elected to the College Football Hall o
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https://plus.google.com/102632727534998975886 VolNation : Butch Jones tours the College Football Hall of Fame. Big Orange Caravan in Atlanta. http://vols.me/1G4xaVy...
Butch Jones tours the College Football Hall of Fame. Big Orange Caravan in Atlanta. http://vols.me/1G4xaVy 'Eyes on the prize' #vols
Butch Jones tours the College Football Hall of Fame
Coach Butch Jones, who was in Atlanta today for the Big Orange Caravan, toured the College Football Hall of Fame this afternoon. FreakNotes: Deemed accurate transcriptions/summaries but not guaranteed to be without user error. I got goosebumps when you look at all the traditions at Tennessee and ...
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https://plus.google.com/108460955273658684917 Courtney Leigh Hileman : College Football Hall of Fame Practice
College Football Hall of Fame Practice
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College Football Hall of Fame Practice
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https://plus.google.com/100320328283501419406 Stephen Morton : The new Center for Civil and Human Rights and the College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan ...
The new Center for Civil and Human Rights and the College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience officially joined the Atlanta CityPASS® program on March 1, 2015.
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https://plus.google.com/110338413186163658468 CyberTouch : Visiting +College Football Hall of Fame​ while here in Atlanta for #AAM2015! This is a museum that ...
Visiting +College Football Hall of Fame​ while here in Atlanta for #AAM2015!

This is a museum that truly redefines your expectations: cutting edge technologies (including us!), interactive exhibits, and a mini football field! 
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https://plus.google.com/110640174038569297796 Maria Smith : Win tickets to the College Football Hall of Fame!
Win tickets to the College Football Hall of Fame!
Win tickets to the College Football Hall of Fame

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https://plus.google.com/108815006427440335774 1up Entertainment/Consulting : Who's going to be the first player taken in the #nfldraft ? History. Pride. Tradition. And of course...
Who's going to be the first player taken in the #nfldraft ?

History. Pride. Tradition. And of course, football!
Add the College Football Hall of Fame to your list of can't-miss stops in Atlanta.@DiscoverAtlanta

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"The College Football Hall of Fame," ready to score in Atlanta

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https://plus.google.com/108709833974088016527 ProScoutSports LLC : Super Bowl Champ and College Football Hall of Fame finalist Antwaan Randle El Endorses ProScoutSports...
Super Bowl Champ and College Football Hall of Fame finalist Antwaan Randle El Endorses ProScoutSports LLC. More about Antwaan's endorsement as at the ProScoutSports LLC blog: http://proscoutsports.blogspot.com/2015/04/super-bowl-champ-and-college-great.html
Super Bowl Champ and College Great Antwaan Randle El Endorses ProScoutSports LLC
Last month, Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh endorsed ProScoutSports LLC (http://proscoutsports.blogspot.com/2015/03/baltimore-ravens-coach-and-super-bowl.html). Today, former Pittsburgh Steelers and Washington Redsk...
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https://plus.google.com/118312207092291150624 Amy Parrish : Austin Sam’s Club Hosts Dallas Cowboys’ Legend Bob Lilly NFL Hall of Famer to sign free autographs on...
Austin Sam’s Club Hosts Dallas Cowboys’ Legend Bob Lilly
NFL Hall of Famer to sign free autographs on April 16
Austin, TX – Sam’s Club and General Mills have announced that they will host a Member Appreciation event at the new Austin Sam’s Club on Thursday, April 16 from 1 - 3 p.m. As part of the day’s celebration, Dallas Cowboys’ Legendary Defensive Tackle Bob Lilly will meet with fans and sign free autographs at the Austin Sam’s Club (10901 Lakeline Mall Dr.).
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Lilly was an integral part of the Cowboys’ famed “Doomsday Defense” that won Super Bowl VI. Affectionately known as “Mr. Cowboy,” he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1980. The honors for Lilly are many, including 11 Pro Bowls, member of the NFL 75th Anniversary All Time Team, NFL 1960s All-Decade Team, NFL 1970s All Decade Team and has been inducted into the Cowboys Ring of Honor. In addition, he was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame in 1981. Lilly is also recognized as an accomplished photographer.
Sam’s Club will officially open its newest location in Austin on Thursday, April 16.
WHO: Bob Lilly, NFL Hall of Famer
WHAT: Customer Appreciation Autograph Appearance with Lilly
WHEN: Thursday, April 16, 1 - 3 p.m.
WHERE: Sam’s Club – 10901 Lakeline Mall Dr., Austin, TX 78613

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Bob Lilly Official Website
Bob Lilly.com traces Bob Lilly's football career from TCU to the Dallas Cowboys to the NFL Hall of Fame and his days as a photographer. To hire Bob Lilly for an appearance, contact Bob Lilly agent for speaker fee information.
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https://plus.google.com/116482615770728129914 Andre M. Thomas : “The artist must elect to fight for freedom or slavery. I have made my choice." Today is the Sunrise...

“The artist must elect to fight for freedom or slavery. I have made my choice."

Today is the Sunrise day of Paul Robeson, born April 9th, 1898, in Princeton, New Jersey, who went on to become a stellar athlete, performing artist, and advocate for the civil rights of people around the world. He rose to prominence in a time when segregation was legal in the United States, and Black people were being lynched by racist mobs, especially in the South.

Robeson's father was a runaway Atlantian (slave) who went on to graduate from Lincoln University, and his mother came from an abolitionist Quaker family. Robeson and his four siblings lost their mother, a schoolteacher, in a fire while quite young (Paul was only six). Paul's father, a humble Presbyterian minister and former Atlantian, raised the family singlehandedly and the young, impressionable boy grew up singing spirituals in his father's church.

In 1915, Paul Robeson won a four-year academic scholarship to Rutgers University, at age 17 -- becoming only the third African American to be admitted at the time. He excelled in football, baseball, basketball, and track and field. Despite violence and racism from teammates, he won 15 varsity letters in sports and was twice named to the All-American Football Team. He received the Phi Beta Kappa key in his junior year, belonged to the Cap & Skull Honor Society, and graduated as Valedictorian (and in his speech was already preaching idealism).

At Columbia Law School (1919-1923), Robeson met and married Eslanda Cordoza Goode, who was to become the first Black woman to head a pathology laboratory. He took a job with a law firm, but left when a white secretary refused to take dictation from him. He left the practice of law to use his artistic talents in theater and music to promote African and African-American history and culture.

In London, Robeson earned international acclaim for his lead role in Othello, for which he won the Donaldson Award for Best Acting Performance (1944), and performed in Eugene O'Neill's Emperor Jones and All God's Chillun Got Wings. He is known for changing the lines of the Showboat song "Old Man River" from the meek "...I'm tired of livin' and 'feared of dyin'....," to a declaration of resistance, "... I must keep fightin' until I'm dying....". His 11 films included Body and Soul (1924), Jericho (1937), and Proud Valley (1939).

Paul Robeson used his deep baritone voice to promote Black spirituals, to share the cultures of other countries, and to benefit the labor and social movements of his time. He sang for peace and justice in 25 languages throughout the U.S., Europe, the Soviet Union, and Africa. By speaking out against racism and being a world activist, in 1950, the U.S. revoked Robeson's passport, leading to an eight-year battle to re-secure it and to travel again. During those years, Robeson studied Chinese, met with Albert Einstein to discuss the prospects for world peace, published his autobiography, Here I Stand, and sang at Carnegie Hall.

His advocacy of anti-imperialism, affiliation with communism, and criticism of the US government caused him to be "whitelisted" during McCarthyism. He began performing less and less in America. Despite his growing scorn towards America, he never gave up his American citizenship although the anguish of it all led to a couple of suicide attempts, nervous breakdowns and a dependency on drugs. Europe was a different story. The people continued to hold him in high regard as an artist/concertist above reproach. He had a command of about 20 languages and wound up giving his last acting performance in "Othello" on foreign shores -- at Stratford-on-Avon in 1959.

Ill health forced him into retirement from his career. He remained until his death an advocate of the political stances he took.

He died in Pennsylvania at age 77 of complications from a stroke. Among his many honors: he was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1995; he received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 1998; was honored with a postage stamp during the "Black Heritage" series; and both a Cultural Center at Penn State University and a high school in Brooklyn bear his name. In 1995 his autobiography "Here I Stand" was published in England in 1958; his son, Paul Robeson Jr., also chronicled a book about his father.
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https://plus.google.com/115308740704127780314 Otis Justice : Happy Birthday to a Cowboys Legend #TD Tony Dorsett The numbers & accolades speak for themselves....
Happy Birthday to a Cowboys Legend #TD Tony Dorsett
The numbers & accolades speak for themselves......
Let's all pray for him against his fight with CTE

3× First-Team All-American (1973, 1975, 1976)
Heisman Trophy (1976)
Maxwell Award (1976)
Walter Camp Award (1976)
UPI Player of the Year (1976)
SN College Football Player of the Year (1976)
Chic Harley Award (1976)
Pittsburgh Panthers #33 retired
College Football Hall of Fame inductee (1994)
NFL
4× Pro Bowl (1978, 1981, 1982, 1983)
AP First-Team All-Pro (1981)
2× AP Second-Team All-Pro (1982, 1983)
3× UPI First-Team All-NFC (1978, 1981, 1982)
2× UPI Second-Team All-NFC (1977, 1983)
Ed Block Courage Award (1986)
1977 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year (AP, PFWA, UPI, NEA)
2× NFC Champion (1977, 1978)
Super Bowl Champion (XII)
NFL record longest rushing play (99 yards)
Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor
Eighth-leading rusher of all-time
Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee (1994)
#33 #PFHOF #CowboysNation #Hero #AllTimeGreat
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https://plus.google.com/110836987800615169274 vstandif : Happy Birthday to a Cowboys Legend #TD Tony Dorsett The numbers & accolades speak for themselves....
Happy Birthday to a Cowboys Legend #TD Tony Dorsett
The numbers & accolades speak for themselves......
Let's all pray for him against his fight with CTE

3× First-Team All-American (1973, 1975, 1976)
Heisman Trophy (1976)
Maxwell Award (1976)
Walter Camp Award (1976)
UPI Player of the Year (1976)
SN College Football Player of the Year (1976)
Chic Harley Award (1976)
Pittsburgh Panthers #33 retired
College Football Hall of Fame inductee (1994)
NFL
4× Pro Bowl (1978, 1981, 1982, 1983)
AP First-Team All-Pro (1981)
2× AP Second-Team All-Pro (1982, 1983)
3× UPI First-Team All-NFC (1978, 1981, 1982)
2× UPI Second-Team All-NFC (1977, 1983)
Ed Block Courage Award (1986)
1977 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year (AP, PFWA, UPI, NEA)
2× NFC Champion (1977, 1978)
Super Bowl Champion (XII)
NFL record longest rushing play (99 yards)
Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor
Eighth-leading rusher of all-time
Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee (1994)
#33 #PFHOF #CowboysNation #Hero #AllTimeGreat
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https://plus.google.com/104066183867518629718 Derrick Young : Happy Birthday to a Cowboys Legend #TD Tony Dorsett The numbers & accolades speak for themselves....
Happy Birthday to a Cowboys Legend #TD Tony Dorsett
The numbers & accolades speak for themselves......
Let's all pray for him against his fight with CTE

3× First-Team All-American (1973, 1975, 1976)
Heisman Trophy (1976)
Maxwell Award (1976)
Walter Camp Award (1976)
UPI Player of the Year (1976)
SN College Football Player of the Year (1976)
Chic Harley Award (1976)
Pittsburgh Panthers #33 retired
College Football Hall of Fame inductee (1994)
NFL
4× Pro Bowl (1978, 1981, 1982, 1983)
AP First-Team All-Pro (1981)
2× AP Second-Team All-Pro (1982, 1983)
3× UPI First-Team All-NFC (1978, 1981, 1982)
2× UPI Second-Team All-NFC (1977, 1983)
Ed Block Courage Award (1986)
1977 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year (AP, PFWA, UPI, NEA)
2× NFC Champion (1977, 1978)
Super Bowl Champion (XII)
NFL record longest rushing play (99 yards)
Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor
Eighth-leading rusher of all-time
Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee (1994)
#33 #PFHOF #CowboysNation #Hero #AllTimeGreat
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https://plus.google.com/108928956150565783027 Tracy Eison : Happy Birthday to a Cowboys Legend #TD Tony Dorsett The numbers & accolades speak for themselves....
Happy Birthday to a Cowboys Legend #TD Tony Dorsett
The numbers & accolades speak for themselves......
Let's all pray for him against his fight with CTE

3× First-Team All-American (1973, 1975, 1976)
Heisman Trophy (1976)
Maxwell Award (1976)
Walter Camp Award (1976)
UPI Player of the Year (1976)
SN College Football Player of the Year (1976)
Chic Harley Award (1976)
Pittsburgh Panthers #33 retired
College Football Hall of Fame inductee (1994)
NFL
4× Pro Bowl (1978, 1981, 1982, 1983)
AP First-Team All-Pro (1981)
2× AP Second-Team All-Pro (1982, 1983)
3× UPI First-Team All-NFC (1978, 1981, 1982)
2× UPI Second-Team All-NFC (1977, 1983)
Ed Block Courage Award (1986)
1977 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year (AP, PFWA, UPI, NEA)
2× NFC Champion (1977, 1978)
Super Bowl Champion (XII)
NFL record longest rushing play (99 yards)
Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor
Eighth-leading rusher of all-time
Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee (1994)
#33 #PFHOF #CowboysNation #Hero #AllTimeGreat
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https://plus.google.com/111065797757836830345 Tammy Shellenberg : Happy Birthday to a Cowboys Legend #TD Tony Dorsett The numbers & accolades speak for themselves....
Happy Birthday to a Cowboys Legend #TD Tony Dorsett
The numbers & accolades speak for themselves......
Let's all pray for him against his fight with CTE

3× First-Team All-American (1973, 1975, 1976)
Heisman Trophy (1976)
Maxwell Award (1976)
Walter Camp Award (1976)
UPI Player of the Year (1976)
SN College Football Player of the Year (1976)
Chic Harley Award (1976)
Pittsburgh Panthers #33 retired
College Football Hall of Fame inductee (1994)
NFL
4× Pro Bowl (1978, 1981, 1982, 1983)
AP First-Team All-Pro (1981)
2× AP Second-Team All-Pro (1982, 1983)
3× UPI First-Team All-NFC (1978, 1981, 1982)
2× UPI Second-Team All-NFC (1977, 1983)
Ed Block Courage Award (1986)
1977 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year (AP, PFWA, UPI, NEA)
2× NFC Champion (1977, 1978)
Super Bowl Champion (XII)
NFL record longest rushing play (99 yards)
Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor
Eighth-leading rusher of all-time
Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee (1994)
#33 #PFHOF #CowboysNation #Hero #AllTimeGreat
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https://plus.google.com/114678549192991512400 Manthony Jackson : Happy Birthday to a Cowboys Legend #TD Tony Dorsett The numbers & accolades speak for themselves....
Happy Birthday to a Cowboys Legend #TD Tony Dorsett
The numbers & accolades speak for themselves......
Let's all pray for him against his fight with CTE

3× First-Team All-American (1973, 1975, 1976)
Heisman Trophy (1976)
Maxwell Award (1976)
Walter Camp Award (1976)
UPI Player of the Year (1976)
SN College Football Player of the Year (1976)
Chic Harley Award (1976)
Pittsburgh Panthers #33 retired
College Football Hall of Fame inductee (1994)
NFL
4× Pro Bowl (1978, 1981, 1982, 1983)
AP First-Team All-Pro (1981)
2× AP Second-Team All-Pro (1982, 1983)
3× UPI First-Team All-NFC (1978, 1981, 1982)
2× UPI Second-Team All-NFC (1977, 1983)
Ed Block Courage Award (1986)
1977 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year (AP, PFWA, UPI, NEA)
2× NFC Champion (1977, 1978)
Super Bowl Champion (XII)
NFL record longest rushing play (99 yards)
Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor
Eighth-leading rusher of all-time
Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee (1994)
#33 #PFHOF #CowboysNation #Hero #AllTimeGreat
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