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Graves sheds new light on Michigan State 1974 goal line stand

Graves sheds new light on Michigan State 1974 goal line stand

The wonder of history is an untold story always surfaces years later. Tommy Graves, Michigan State’s All-Big Ten second-team safety as a 1974 freshman that was robbed of future greatness by knee injuries, tells one 40 years later. It's about the Spartans’ monumental 16-13 upset...

Dick Vitale and the dumbing down of America

Dick Vitale and the dumbing down of America

Mercifully, another year enduring Dick Vitale broadcasts and wondering how he became famous has wrapped up. He reminds me of the cultural trend known as the dumbing down of America that brought us the Kardashians.Yes, he draws ratings, but does he say anything besides the obvious...

New look to old quarterback competition

New look to old quarterback competition

This time a year ago Notre Dame wrapped up spring football with head coach Brian Kelly asserting Brandon Wimbush was his starting quarterback. He wanted to tamp down any conversation of competition with backup Ian Book.Kelly still says Wimbush is his starter following Saturday’s...

Georgia pressure finds Richt again in Miami

Georgia pressure finds Richt again in Miami

Now that Georgia coach Kirby Smart has guided Mark Richt’s former players to a College Football Playoff berth, Richt must prove Thomas Wolfe wrong. He’s gone home to Miami to show he can indeed win big games and thus guide his alma mater to a CFP berth. The Hurricanes are happy...

Center becomes snap for Army O lineman Hugenberg

Center becomes snap for Army O lineman Hugenberg

The play starts with the snap from center to quarterback. It’s not going anywhere if the quarterback is grasping or fumbling the ball. So it was puzzling even to Jeff Hugenberg why new Army head coach Jeff Monken stuck with him when he made an experimental move to center in...

Mystery solved in Thornhill and Namath myth

Mystery solved in Thornhill and Namath myth

It turns out William “Nay” Thornhill knew the sportswriter that called Michigan State’s football office in 1962. The role Bob McLelland played is more evidence debunking the long-standing myth that Bear Bryant sent Charlie Thornhill to Michigan State in exchange for Duffy...