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Coach George Halas of the Chicago Bears | Known fondly as Papa Bear

George Halas, known as “Papa Bear”, is one of only two NFL coaches to win over 300 games, winning 324 games from 1920-1967 while only enduring 6 losing seasons. Halas is credited with many innovative developments in the sport, including co-creating the “T-Formation”. Using this new approach in the 1940 NFL championship game, Halas’ Bears defeated the Washington Redskins 73-0. Prior to his coaching career, Halas won the MVP award of the 1919 Rose Bowl Game, and also played 12 games as an outfielder for the New York Yankees. Today, the trophy awarded each year to the NFC champion is named after George Halas.

Sports

Satchel Paige
Satchel Paige Satchel Paige is often referred to as the “Babe Ruth” of the Negro League. He played for over 20 years on several teams in the Negro League and was widely considered to be the league’s greatest ever pitcher. In 1948, Paige became Major League Baseball’s oldest ever rookie when he signed a contract with the Cleveland Indians. At 42 years of age, he went 6-1 for the Indians and helped led the Tribe to a World Series victory. Satchel Paige continued pitching for several more seasons in the majors, including making All Star Game appearances in 1952 and 1953 as a St. Louis Brown, at the ages of 46 and 47. He even made a brief cameo appearance at age 59 for the Kansas City Athletics in 1965. Satchel Paige was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1971, the first ever inductee from the Negro League.
1966 NBA All Star Game Highlights
University of Kansas v. Colorado in 1957 - Wilt Chamberlain dominates (rare footage)
Johnny Unitas leads the Baltimore Colts to victory over the New York Giants in the 1958 NFL Championship Game
The 1958 NFL Championship Game is still referred to today as ‘The Greatest Game Ever Played.’ It is still the only ever NFL Championship Game to have gone into overtime. The game featured numerous Hall of Famers on both sides, but the hero was Alan Ameche, whose 2nd touchdown of the game, a 1-yard run, gave the Baltimore Colts a 23-17 overtime victory over the New York Giants in Yankee Stadium. The game was watched on television by more than 45 million people across the country, and is widely credited as being one of the key factors in the league’s popularity boom that followed in the years to come.
The Redskins smash a Super Bowl Record by scoring 35 points in the second quarter
The Redskins who were making their fourth Super Bowl appearance defeated the Broncos by the score of 42–10, in Super Bowl XXII - February 1, 1988
Jim Ryun was the first US High School Miler to break 4 minutes in a High School Competition - This is the race - 3:58.3

American Olympic Heroes

Wilma Rudolph

Bob Hayes

Bruce Jenner

Carl Lewis

Cassius Clay

Wilma Rudolph

Bob Hayes

Bruce Jenner

Carl Lewis

Cassius Clay

Game of the Day
1984 World Series, Game 5: Padres at Tigers

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