Jonesboro, AR (103.9 The Game) The world champion St. Louis Cardinals are coming to Jonesboro.103.9 THE GAME, the regional sports talk FM radio station and Jonesboro affiliate for the St. Louis Cardinals is hosting the meet and greet for fans Monday, January 21 at The Mall at Turtle CreekThe event is FREE and open to the public.
Wired sound from Packers head coach Vince Lombardi Footage of a postgame interview with Chiefs head coach Hank Stram and NFL Commissioner Pete Rozell being interviewed by Pat Summerall In depth discussion on how the Super Bowl I broadcast was lost and then re assembled using NFL Films footage A feature on the merger between the well established National Football League and the upstart American Football League, giving birth to the modern day NFL and the uniquely American spectacle called the Super Bowl. An interview with Super Bowl I CBS producer Bill Creasy on why the second half kickoff was kicked twice All 145 plays of game footage from Super Bowl I: The Lost Game were compiled from NFL Films video shot at the game. The NFL Films crew for Super Bowl I were John Butterworth, Joe Fain, Morris Kellman, Stan Kirby, Stanley Leshner, Dave Marx, Skip Ken Nelson, Walt Jim Porep, and Art Spieller.
“At (the age of) two, when I had got him and he didn’t know me, I was like, ‘What are we going to do if he wakes up?’ He woke up and he started crying. I put (the TV) on a football game and that was the end of the crying. At two, he knew what he wanted to do,” said Nesbitt’s grandmother, Cathy Smith.”He said, ‘Grandma, I’m going to be an NFL player.
Nick Saban’s career against a nine win Auburn team isn’t exactly what you’d call successful. Fact is the LSU turned Alabama head coach is 0 6 all time against War Eagle with nine Ws to its credit in a season Miami better not be looking at host Pittsburgh as a free space on the bingo card. History shows Pitt as a winner in three of its last four home meetings against a top five opponent in the month of November or December The fallout from Crotch grab gate turned in by Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield after Kansas snubbed him by not shaking his hand during the coin toss last Saturday goes like this: Mayfield won’t start OK’s final home game or be captain Saturday against West Virginia (7 4), while three of those players from Kansas (1 10) won’t serve as captains Saturday against host Oklahoma State (8 3) BTW: West Virginia won’t have starting QB Will Grier (finger) to face host Oklahoma Michigan QB Brandon Peters is still in concussion protocol..