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REMEMBERING THE GALLOPING GHOST

Recognized as the greatest college football player of all-time, Red Grange cast a big shadow on the birth of professional football & what the NFL has become today Keep Reading

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REMEMBERING THE COWBOYS

Often forgotten in the shadow of the Dallas Cowboy franchise known as "America's Team," Dallas also fielded two other professionals teams in the NFL & AFL Keep Reading

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ANCIENT HISTORY

As long suffering Dallas Cowboy fans with a playoff berth secured in 2021, all we want for Christmas is a new Super Bowl memory after 25 long years Keep Reading

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SIX-MAN RULES

With league of their own, Bosque County rivalries serve as sample of exciting, thriving six-man football across the Heart of Texas during five-team District 12-1A, Division II race Keep Reading

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A HOLIDAY FOOTBALL FEAST

Although NFL football on Christmas Day represents a rarity, it pales in comparison to the scheduling exceptions seen during the 2020 season Keep Reading

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FAST TIMES ON A COVID BYE

MLB Opening Day 2.0 ushers in abbreviated, mutated version of America’s pastime Gone will be the lazy, hazy days of summer we all once knew as the Major League Baseball season. Since 1869, professional baseball provided a marathon of games progressing slowly but surely from Spring Training to the Fall Classic. But thanks to the… Keep Reading

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IN SEARCH OF THE NEW NORMAL

Unfortunately, while the pandemic has ushered in a period of fear and isolation, it has also denied a nation fixated on sports its opportunity for escapism from the stress and troubles of the world. Keep Reading

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