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Jonathan Bunge
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He recounted how everybody seemed to be calling him and fellow black teammate Bill Willis ‘niggers’, while they did everything on the field to make them pay for every insult thrown at them on and off the gridiron http://jonathanbunge.blogspot.com/2017/03/desegregating-football-with-marion.html

He was an exceptionally versatile player, as he was known as a consistent contributor on both offense and defense. Even his contemporary, the legendary Joe Perry considered Motley the greatest all-around football player there ever was. Both players were eventually included in the hall of fame.
http://jonathanbunge.blogspot.com/2017/03/desegregating-football-with-marion.html

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Ozzie Newsome will always go down in history as one of the most memorable Cleveland Browns to run the on the gridiron. Here are some facts about him.
http://jonathanbunge.blogspot.com/2017/01/some-facts-about-awesome-ozzie-newsome.html

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Groza was pro football’s career kicking and points leader when he retired after the 1967 season.
http://jonathanbunge.blogspot.com/2017/02/remembering-lou-toe-groza.html

What made this special was Motley’s superb skills, which he chose to do the work of getting the sport’s attention. He was a leading pass-blocker and rusher in the late 1940s and early 1950s. He had a career average of 5.7 yards per game, a still standing record for a full-back.
http://jonathanbunge.blogspot.com/2017/03/desegregating-football-with-marion.html

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The golden boy and hero for the Packers is a parallel to the hero in the Star Wars franchise. He was under the wing of a master and developed into the most talented Jedi/QB in the galaxy.

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Though the conference was something of a punching bag for teams from the so-called power five this year, our two picks for the best bargain college football teams hail from the AAC.

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Against the Cincinnati Bengals, and down 10-0 in the first half, the Browns would turn the tide and defeat the Bengals by just 3 points – 27-24, winning the Central title. The winning field goal was kicked by Don Cockroft. The Bengals had 85 seconds left, but that wasn’t enough.
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