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Mike Favor learned this morning that he'll be the third former NDSU football player to be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. His first call was to his mother. His second was to his forme... Posted on 5/24/11 at 2:45 PM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Cowboy Hall of Fame bill dies
BISMARCK--The House killed a bill on Monday that would have provided $250,000 in state moneyto help fundan addition to the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame in Medora.
Rep. Bob Skarphol, R-Tioga, said... Posted on 2/14/11 at 4:19 PM
Barry Larkin had no idea back in 1982 that he would become a baseball Hall of Famer thanks to Bo Schembechler.
A two-sport standout in his senior year of high school, Larkin went to the University of Michigan on a scholarship to play defensive back for Schembechler’s Wolverines. When he arrived in Ann Arbor, Larkin learned he was being redshirted.
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (AP) — With Puerto Rican flags waving in the breeze and many of his countrymen cheering in appreciation, Roberto Alomar was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday.
Speaking first in his native Spanish, the third Puerto Rican player to be enshrined, along with Orlando Cepeda and Roberto Clemente, said he felt proud to be a Puerto Rican.
To no one’s surprise, retirement has been far from slow for Russ Schmeichel.
The longtime Jamestown High School coach lives in Andover, Minn., with his wife of 42 years, Carol, within walking distance of their three kids and five grandchildren.
NEW YORK (AP) — Neil Diamond had been eligible for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for several years but never got a nomination to join music's prestigious club. But he was never really worried about it.
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Jeremy Roenick just can’t stop himself from being emotional.
First, Roenick teared up on national television after the Chicago Blackhawks, one of his former teams, won the Stanley Cup in June. Now, it’s happening all over again as the player known simply as “J.R.” was preparing to be inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame on Thursday.
CONCORD, N.C. (AP) — Darrell Waltrip, winner of 84 races and three championships on the track, lost a popularity contest among his peers that stung more than any other defeat in his illustrious career.
Snubbed by the NASCAR Hall of Fame voting committee in his campaign to be included in the second class, Waltrip was clearly hurt by his exclusion.
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