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Who can forget Mariano Rivera Day at Yankee Stadium…
Great tribute on the MLB Facebook Page
Post by MLB.
The NCAA football season is well under way and at only week 3, there is already a national buzz surrounding the upcoming SEC match up between the University of Alabama Crimson Tide and the Texas A&M Aggies. Last season, the Crimson Tide won the BCS national championship and the only blemish on their otherwise perfect record was a loss to Texas A&M. The Aggies are lead by redshirt sophomore Johnny Manziel who became the first freshman to win the Heisman trophy last season.
Unfortunately, most of the NCAA articles about Johnny Manziel have been more about his off season antics rather than his football prowess. A summer of hanging out with celebrities such as Lebron James [...]
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After leaving the locker room before the start of a game, Clemson’s football team loads into team buses and travels to the east side of Memorial Stadium by police escort.
From there, they gather around the historic “Howard’s Rock,” then “Run Down The Hill” at the sound of a canon, which funnels them between the crowd and out onto Frank Howard Field in front of 80-plus thousand roaring Clemson fans.
This video was taken last night, during Clemson’s season opener against Georgia.
Great tradition. As a sports fan this has to be on your list of occurrences to see (and possibly attend).
Back in 1985, ABC analyst, Brent [...]