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Coach Jeff Massey stood frozen in his office, aghast at the gruesome sight that lay in front of him. Spread on top of his desk was the corpse of a headless turkey with its feathers soaked in blood. more
On November 15, 1979, the "Washington Post” wrote, “Morgan State is the leading passing team in the MEAC but Thomas [Head Football Coach] prefers to talk about his defense, … more
Long the domain of a small but dedicated group of muscle enthusiasts, bodybuilding burst into the mainstream in the late 1970s as part of the fitness craze that swept the country. more
Lucy flung her arms around Brad and let out a shriek of joy. “Yes, yes…I do!” Tears rolled down her cheeks as she leapt on top of her fiancé, wrapping all 4 limbs around his … more
Standing in front of a dazzling display of 6 Super Bowl trophies, it’s easy to forget that the New England Patriots had a 40-year history before Bill Belichick and Tom Brady more
“This is history that roars!”, says Ted Doering, co-founder of the Motorcyclepedia Museum (motorcyclepediamuseum.org). … more
Tal Brody was a college basketball star in the 1960s, playing at the University of Illinois and winning the 1965 Big 10 championship. more
Jake stood between the two goal posts, knees bent and body arched forward. His gloved hands were raised to chest level, ready to block the penalty shot coming his way. more
“I put my whole life into football”, says Dan Fouts in conversation with Sports History Weekly. more
Billie Jean King has been described as “the most important single figure in the history of women’s tennis, as player, stateswoman, innovator, and entrepreneur” (World of Tennis, … more
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