Tony Granato played and coached in the NHL for nearly 30 years. Now he's back at the University of Wisconsin -- as a coach and as a student.
After the attack on Pearl Harbor, the Rose Bowl was played outside Pasadena for the first and only time.
The former Wisconsin star returned to his alma mater to coach -- and finish his college degree.
Bill was last required to wear a necktie in 1966. The same cannot be said for Cam Newton.
Elissa Ely took a hike to escape. In the mountains, she was reminded of her faith in the world.
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