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22.06.2019 04:34
the Victors annd those wonderful winged helmets; that school is a blue blood, national championships or Antworten

GREEN BAY (4-4) at TENNESSEE (4-5)Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, FoxOPENING LINE -- Packers by 2RECORD VS. SPREAD -- Green Bay 4-3-1, Tennessee 3-6SERIES RECORD -- Titans lead 6-5LAST MEETING -- Packers beat Titans 55-7, Dec. 23, 2012LAST WEEK -- Packers lost to Colts 31-26; Titans lost to Chargers 43-35AP PRO32 RANKING -- Packers No. 14, Titans No. 25PACKERS OFFENSE -- OVERALL (16), RUSH (19), PASS (19).PACKERS DEFENSE -- OVERALL (7), RUSH (1), PASS (17).TITANS OFFENSE -- OVERALL (8), RUSH (3), PASS (22).TITANS DEFENSE -- OVERALL (15), RUSH (11), PASS (20).STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES -- Packers start three-game road trip, their first since 2012 and third in last 19 seasons. ... This is Packers third trip to Tennessee. ... Packers have lost three of four by combined nine points. Other defeat was rout by Cowboys ... Packers QB Aaron Rodgers threw for 342 yards and three TDs and ran for another TD last time teams met. ... Rodgers has 10 TD passes and one interception with 106.4 passer rating in past three games. ... WR Davante Adams has five TD receptions in past six games. ... WR Ty Montgomery is averaging 107 yards from scrimmage in past three games. ... WR Jordy Nelson had seven catches for 94 yards and TD last week. ... S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix had two interceptions last week. ... Titans tied for most TDs (12) over last three weeks in NFL. ... Titans have scored at least 26 points in each of past five games for first time since 2003 and rank fourth in NFL in scoring in that span. ... Titans QB Marcus Mariota tied for first in NFL history with five games of four or more total TDs (passing and rushing) in first 21 career games. ... Mariotas 111.8 passer rating over past five games ranks fourth in NFL in that span. ... RB DeMarco Murray second in NFL with 807 yards rushing and tied for second with nine total TDs. ... WR Rishard Matthews has career-high five TD catches all in past five games. .. LB Avery Williamson only AFC player with more than 60 tackles, two or more sacks and one interception. ... Fantasy Tip: Mariota has seven TDs and one interception in past three home games.---AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and http://twitter.com/AP-NFL Cheap Warriors Jerseys . Parker had 26 points and eight assists and San Antonio beat Toronto 112-99 Monday night. "We won that game because of Tony Parkers aggressiveness," Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said. "His juice; his aggression all night long. Wholesale Warriors Jerseys . Now tied for second in the league in shootout goals, the 24-year-old likes to see what the opposing goaltender has in store before he ultimately lands on a move. http://www.cheapwarriorsjerseysstore.com/ . -- Stanfords Kevin Danser knelt on one knee and hardly moved on the sideline as Michigan State celebrated its Rose Bowl victory and his Cardinal teammates made their way to the locker room. Cheap Warriors Jerseys Authentic . The showiest items on Calgarys lot were forwards Mike Cammalleri and Lee Stempniak. Both will be unrestricted free agents this summer. Cheap NBA Jerseys . Colin Wilson had two goals and an assist, and Mike Fisher scored a goal and helped set up two others in the Predators 6-4 victory over the Red Wings on Monday night. Baseball has the Yankees and the Dodgers. The NFL, the Packers and the Cowboys. In the NBA, the Lakers and the Celtics are the blue bloods.College football has about four times as many FBS teams as each of the professional leagues, so its fitting that the sport has four times as many college football teams that are to the manor born.Thats what blue blood means. In olden days, royalty was thought to literally bleed blue. Science since has proved that only Michigan fans bleed blue, at least among these eight teams.And there are only eight blue bloods in college football: Alabama, Michigan, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Texas and USC. (To see the full rankings, click here.) They have won 44 of the 80 Associated Press national championships. If you are talking bloodlines, then the dominance necessary to become a college football blue blood must span not just coaches but generations, because history and tradition have cast a spell upon this sport.The imprint that a college makes upon an 18-year-old is deep enough to last a lifetime, and often generations that follow. Children adopt their parents teams. After all, toddlers outside of Oklahoma do not learn to reply Sooner! when they hear Boomer!History and tradition? The blue bloods won every AP title from 1961-75, when scholarship limits were at their loosest. The only one of the eight that did not win an AP title in that era was Michigan, which brings up a dilemma. What makes a blue blood?If you set a minimum standard -- say, winning at least two national titles in the last 50 years -- then Michigan is not a blue blood. The Wolverines share of the 1997 national title (with Nebraska) was their first since 1948. While thats a fact-based argument, it also ignores a vast amount of history, tradition and just plain common sense.The school that won the first Rose Bowl, a 49-0 victory over Stanford on Jan. 1, 1902; the school that went 55-0-1 from the beginning of the 1901 season until the last game of 1905; the school that, upon its return to the Rose Bowl 46 years later, beat USC by the same score of 49-0; the school that won or shared 13 Big Ten championships in Bo Schembechlers 21 seasons; the school that gave us Hail to the Victors annd those wonderful winged helmets; that school is a blue blood, national championships or not.ddddddddddddNotre Dame has the longest championship drought among this group, 28 years and counting, and if you care to make an argument that Notre Dame is not a blue blood, dont bother. It might be ironic that the Fighting Irish, discriminated against well beyond the first half of the 20th century because of its Catholicism, are inscribed in college footballs Social Register. But it is undeniable.In the modern era of scholarship limits, when talent has spread across more programs, the blue bloods still dominate. They have won at least a share of 10 of the last 19 national championships (USCs AP title in 2003 counts), including both of the newly installed College Football Playoffs. But winning in the modern era is not enough.The teams that fell just short of blue-bloodedness are the nouveau riche: Florida State has been a dominant player for fewer than 30 years, Florida has ebbed and flowed for 25 years, and Miamis reign barely lasted 20.Other powerful programs have risen and fallen. Do the names Minnesota and Pittsburgh mean anything to you, besides the name of NFL teams? The Minnesota Golden Gophers and Pittsburgh Panthers dominated the 1930s. Minnesota even came back and won the national championship in 1960, its fourth, which to this day is one more than Florida State.One other thing to consider, and its a hopeful thought for the climbers who didnt quite measure up: Blue blood is not forever.Were talking to you, Nebraska. The Huskers have not dominated the Big Ten the way they dominated the Big 12 and Big Eight and Big Six. That might placate the Seminoles and the other not-quites. Lets see Penn State climb back to the top under a coach not named Paterno. Lets see Tennessee (or LSU or Georgia or Florida or Auburn) overtake Alabama in the Southeastern Conference.Until then, these eight teams are the sports blue bloods. It might give solace to the fans of the schools on the outside looking in: Without blue bloods, who would college football fans agree to root against? ' ' '

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