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He's A Real Pittsburgh Guy
Don't even bother trying because you can't take the Steel City out of Pitt Quarterback Danny Marino, a hometown hero who has designs on the Heisman Trophy and a national championship for the No. 1-ranked Panthers.
MACHO, MACHO, MACHO DAN THE LIONS LEARNED HOW DANGEROUS DAN MARINO CAN STILL BE WHEN HE DROVE THE DOLPHINS TO A LAST-MINUTE VICTORY
He can hardly move around. CoachJimmy Johnson might bench him. He's expendable. Those are someof the things being said about Dan ...
Last Hurrah? Dan Marino flashed his old brilliance but couldn't save Miami from a crippling loss to the Colts that further dimmed his fading hopes of a Super Bowl title
He was William Tell with a hellion's heart, and when he ran out of human targets, 13-year-old Dan Marino would stand outside his family's ...
Green Light for the Panthers
Nobody stops Defensive End Hugh Green, the best athlete in college football, which means Pitt could be going to the very top
TIGHTLY FOCUSED FOR MIAMI DOLPHIN COACH DON SHULA AND HIS QUARTERBACK DAN MARINO, IT MAY BE 1995 OR NEVER
TIGHTLY FOCUSED FOR MIAMI DOLPHIN COACH DON SHULA AND HIS QUARTERBACK DAN MARINO, IT MAY BE 1995 OR NEVER.
Letting Go With everything but a championship to show for his illustrious 17-year career, Dan Marino turned down a tempting offer from the Vikings and proudly walked away from the game
The Seattle Seahawks flirted. Coach Mike Holmgren inquired about. Dan Marino's availability. The Pittsburgh Steelers wanted Marino to return to his western ...
EVEN MARINO CAN BE BENCHED PANTHERS TURN TO TURNBULL FAVRE'S OFF-SEASON NOT CAREFREE HAIL, KITNA; FAREWELL, MILLER
Dolphins coach Jimmy Johnson has thought the unthinkable: benching future Hall of Famer Dan Marino in the middle of a poor game in this, ...
His Time Is Passing
Life's great for Dan Marino, except his chances for Super glory are fading
The Loneliest Losers
Fifteen years ago SMU's powerhouse football program was obliterated by a pay-for-play scandal and the NCAA's first "death penalty." Since then 20 other college programs--including Alabama football this year--have qualified for the ultimate sanction, but all have been spared. Why hasn't the NCAA dropped the death bomb again? Much of the answer lies in the athletic rubble at SMU.