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This Day in Dallas Cowboys History- Eight Year Drought Broken as Cowboys Beat Bears

Backup quarterback Steve Beuerlein played well for the Cowboys down the stretch of the 1991 season. The veteran lead the team to wins in each of the four regular season games he started in place of the injured Troy Aikman and guided Dallas to its first playoff win in eight seasons on December 29th at Soldier Field against the Chicago Bears. 457 more words

Australian Harry Froling Leaving SMU, Disappointed In Role

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DALLAS (AP) – SMU freshman Harry Froling of Australia is leaving the program and expressing disappointment over his role under new coach Tim Jankovich. 122 more words


4 October 2016: News, crime fiction links

Outside the Law is now available for pre-order on Amazon, iBooks, B&N, and Kobo. And it’s coming soon to Google Play and the Brash App. Links here: … 265 more words

The Short-Story Cycle

The definition of the short-story cycle is something along the lines of “an interconnected collection of stories.” The definition is a bit vague and people can argue which works are considered a “short-story cycle,” but some of the ones that are usually agreed on are… 70 more words


Larry Brown: An Underrated Steelers Great

There are obvious choices when it comes to naming the all-time great Steelers. Names like Terry Bradshaw, Franco Harris, Troy Polamalu, and Ben Roethlisberger immediately come to mind. 148 more words

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Larry Brown interested in coaching high school basketball in East Hamptons

Larry Brown and coaching basketball are two things that just go together. He is the only coach to win at a championship at the NCAA level as well as the NBA level. 147 more words


Larry Brown's Trying to Coach HS Basketball Next Season a la Martin Lawrence in Rebound

Less pressure (but not no pressure) to commit academic and recruiting violations.

East Hampton High School in Long Island, New York was coached to over 550 wins by the legendary Ed Petrie (he had another couple hundred elsewhere), making him the most successful coach in Long Island history. 151 more words