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The Fabulous ForumFOOTBALL URBAN LEGEND: The original Rose Bowl was the first postseason "bowl game." As we reach the end of the year, we enter into the holiday season. We also enter into the season of College Football Bowl Games, over two......
Lakers BlogSo, I'm highly unmotivated, but know I have to offer up something for the morning Laker-holics. I'm searching the Web for stuff that hasn't been discussed, thinking of things with which I might be able to entertain you. Then it dawns on me. WWJMD? What...
The Daily MirrorJim Murray on Otto Graham: Crazy Otto is still bucking a trend. Where Bob Waterfield, Norm Van Brocklin and other of his contemporaries in the NFL have chosen glamour jobs in the pro game, Crazy Otto has picked the head coaching job and athletic...
Jane Russell, the dark-haired siren whose sensational debut in the 1943 film "The Outlaw" inspired producer Howard Hughes to challenge the power and strict morality of Hollywood's production code, died Monday at her home in Santa Maria, Calif. She was 89....
The Daily MirrorDec. 13, 1959: Sid Gillman is regarded as a football genius, a Hall of Fame coach with a bow tie whose disciples spread his offensive theories throughout the NFL. Back in 1959, however, he was just another unemployed coach. The Rams parted company with...
The Daily MirrorArt Buchwald talks to Gregory Corso on the rise of the Beats. "This is going to be a great age," Corso says. "I can feel it. If we can only get some beatniks in the armies of the world we can burn down war." An unidentified suspect is arrested in the...
Times Staff WriterIN the big inning, there was Koufax. Baseball cradled in his left hand, his flinty eyes staring down another strikeout victim, he was the quintessential Los Angeles sports superstar of the mid-20th century, a larger-than-life mythic figure to a city...
Special to The TimesJACK LaLANNE was already famous by the time he visited Los Angeles in 1939. He'd set records by doing 1,000 push-ups without stopping, and had founded the first modern health club six years earlier in Berkeley. But he almost certainly wouldn't have ended...
Latimes.com ColumnistWhen Ram Coach Mike Martz finds himself without a great quarterback, he simply creates a new one. If it takes genius to make such a thing happen, that's what Martz is. Against the Chicago Bears in the 501st game of the Monday night series, he will show...
Latimes.comAlmost certainly, the most important football game of the season — the AFC championship game, which some folks are sure to call the real Super Bowl — will be played outdoors on what could well be the coldest day of the winter in Pittsburgh...
Latimes.comBig Ben Roethlisberger vs. the distinguished Donovan McNabb: Now there's a matchup made in heaven. In a game to be presented on Pittsburgh's Heinz Field next Sunday, McNabb, the Philadelphia Eagles' veteran quarterback, will lead pro football's only 7-0...
Oct. 26, 2002: Make it five straight wins for Maryland's football team, which rips Duke, 45-12. Scott McBrien passes for two touchdowns, Nick Novak kicks a 51-yard field goal and the visiting Terps intercept three passes to go 6-2 for the year. They'll...
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