At Yale, if you can imagine that - an evangelist at one of today’s Ivy-League bastions of atheism and intolerant left-wing thought. Graham packed the place, and he wowed the audience. It was a different America and that was a different Yale.*********** Raymond Berry of the Baltimore Colts played before the advent of “throw-it-every-down” football, or he might now hold all sorts of receiving records.But he did have some talent, and to go with it a perfectionist streak, and a work ethic second to no one in the game.
(3) A SIMPLE BUT EFFECTIVE STACK-I PACKAGE - I'VE BEEN RUNNING THIS FOR 20 YEARS NOW AND I'VE NEVER PUT IT ON A VIDEO.Subjects cover but aren't limited to coaching, leadership, character, football history and current football happenings, education, parenting, citizenship and patriotism, other sports, and even, sometimes, my offense.) LIKE #4, DVD #5 IS LONG: 1 HOUR AND 23 MINUTES.LIKE #4, IT INCLUDES A LOT OF MATERIAL THAT WASN'T COVERED AT THE KANSAS CITY CLINIC. (1) MY SLIMMED-DOWN DOUBLE WING PACKAGE - A MUST FOR ANY DIRECT-SNAP COACH WHO'S EVER THOUGHT ABOUT A LIMITED BUT EFFECTIVE "SURPRISE" OR GOAL-LINE PACKAGE.He’s had some pretty harsh things to say about the President. (HINT: when you’re a billionaire owner of a professional sports franchise, “office” refers to something a bit higher than dogcatcher.) Now, though, it appears that his aspirations for the presidency may have been sidetracked, if not derailed, by revelations in Sports Illustrated of an ugly culture of sexual harassment in the Mavericks’ organization throughout the term of his ownership.And following that, his failure to fire a guy who seemed unable to restrain himself whenever presented with an opportunity to beat up his girlfriend. Cuban had no idea this was going on right in his own house, and as soon as he found out that he had a domestic abuser in his organization, why, he fired the guy on the spot.