When Joe Theismann arrived at Notre Dame, he pronounced his last name "THEES-mann." By the time he left, it was "THIGHS-mann."
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Before Joe Theismann was in the running for the Heisman, he pronounced his name "THEES-mann."
Leon Powe tells the story of the one night during the 2008 NBA Finals that changed his life.
Bill was last required to wear a necktie in 1966. The same cannot be said for Cam Newton.
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