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While playing football for Penn State in a game against rival, Ohio State, Adam Taliaferro made a routine helmet-to-helmet tackle that would change the course of his life.  He had broken his neck...

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Dave Bing played 12 seasons in the NBA with the Detroit Pistons, Washington Bullets and Boston Celtics. During that span he averaged over 20 points and six assists per game in route to earning seven A...

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Frank “The Big M” Mahovlich is a former Liberal Senator for the Canadian Senate and a retired NHL ice player. Several NHL teams scouted Mahovlich while he was playing for the Northern Onta...

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Heath Shuler is a former NFL quarterback who played in the NFL for four seasons. Prior to his time in the NFL, Shuler was a highly recruited quarterback out of high school who won two North Carolina c...

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Jacques Demers, a Canadian native, is a senator and former head hockey coach. Born in1944 in Montreal, Quebec, Demers has been nicknamed “The Honorable” for all that he has made of himself...

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Jim Ryun is one of the most famous American track and field competitors of all-time. Ryun first made waves in high school when he became the first high schooler to run a sub-four minute mile. He still...

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Kevin Johnson played in the NBA for 12 years before becoming the mayor of Sacramento in 2008. Prior to becoming a household name Johnson starred at UC Berkeley where he earned All-American honors on t...

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Manny Pacquiao is one of the biggest names going in boxing. Pacquiao is the only eight-division world champion and the current WBO welterweight champion.  The Boxing Writers Association of Americ...

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Pro Football Hall of Famer, Steve Largent, is the epitome of an American hero.  After his 14-year career in the NFL he served his country in the United States House of Representatives as a republican...

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Tom Osborne led the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers football team to three national championships, 13 conference championships, and 13 overall bowl wins during his 25 years as head coach from 1973...

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From 1969-1971, Tommy Casanova was a household name to any college football fan as the defensive back for the LSU Tigers was constantly making headlines. Casanova was a three time All-American for LSU...