Amos Alonzo Stagg: College Football’s Man In Motion

Amos Alonzo Stagg: College Football’s Man in Motion is Jennifer Taylor Hall’s first book. Jennifer lives in northwest Arkansas where she writes and teaches English. Jennifer’s larger-than-life Uncle George fueled her passion for college football when he introduced her to the game he played at Ole Miss in the 1960s. Long after his own children … Read more

The First NFL Christmas Day Football Games

Since today is Christmas Day, I thought it would be fitting to spend today’s episode looking back on the first National Football League games to be played on Christmas, and the circumstances that led to those games being the only ones of their kind for almost 20 years. Today, we’re going back to 1971. This … Read more

How the 2000 Baltimore Ravens Could Have Gone16-0!

Today, we’re going to talk about another one of the most dominant defenses in NFL history: the 2000 Baltimore Ravens. That defense allowed only 165 points in the regular season, less than even the 1985 Bears and the 1972 Dolphins. Just like those two teams, the Ravens won the Super Bowl that year, but with … Read more

How Good of a Defense Was the New Orleans Saints’ “Dome Patrol?”

Today, we’re going to talk about one of the greatest NFL defenses in recent memory, one that doesn’t get its fair remembrance due to a lack of Hall of Famers and a lack of playoff wins. That would be the New Orleans Saints’ defense of the late 1980s and early 90s, particularly the linebacking corps, … Read more

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