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Bengals defensive coordinator has interest in Dolphins job


Mike Zimmer (Bengals photo)

Cincinnati Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer has joined Jeff Fisher who have shown interest and interviewed for the head coaching job with the Miami Dolphins.

Zimmer has been with the Bengals since 2008 and the defense has improved every year and is one of the top units in the National Football League.

Zimmer has been a defensive coordinator for 12 years with the Dallas Cowboys and Atlanta Falcons before going to Cincinnati.


Info compiled from staff, Radio & TV news

Romo, Cowboys edge Miami, 20-19


Tony Romo July 2007 (photo by Summertx via wikipedia commons)

Dallas Cowboys rookie placekicker Dan Bailey has been money in the bank for his team at the end of games.

The 7-4 Cowboys have won four games this season that have been decided by a kick from Bailey in the final two minutes or in overtime.

He did it again on Thanksgiving night with a 28-yard field goal as the clock ran out to give the Cowboys a 20-19 win over the Miami Dolphins in Arlington.

The victory was the 4th straight for Dallas and Miami drops to 3-8.

Dallas quarterback Tony Romo had his streak of 128 straight passes without an interception end, but he was 22 of 34 passing for 226 yards.

The Dolphins drove the ball all over the field and had four drives that were 10 yards of the end zone , but had to settle for a field goal each time as they drop to 3-8. Brandon Marshall caught their only TD, a 35-yarder.


Info compiled from NFL, Dallas Cowboys & Miami Dolphins

Packers Hall of Famer Gregg has Parkinson’s disease


Forrest Gregg (SMU photo)

Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame offensive lineman Forrest Gregg came out publicly recently that he has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.

The 78-year-old who lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado, says he made his illness public so to promote understanding of the disease and push for more research.

Gregg’s family and neurologist says that his disease might be attributed to the numerous concussions he suffered while playing at Southern Methodist, the Packers and Dallas Cowboys from 1956-1971.

Gregg also was a successful coach with the Cleveland Browns, Packers and Cincinnati Bengals. He led the Bengals to the Super Bowl after the 1981 season against the San Francisco 49ers.


Info compiled from Radio, TV & NFL news

INDIANA AT OHIO STATE GAMEWEEK: Freshman QB Roberson leads IU offense


QB Tre Roberson (courtesy of IU athletics)

Eventhough Indiana has struggled as a team this year, their offense has had its moments.

The Hoosiers have scored 20 points vs. Ball State, 31 vs. Virginia, 38 vs. South Carolina State, 21 vs. North Texas, 20 vs. Illinois, 24 against Iowa and 38 against Northwestern.

Leading the way is true freshman quarterback Tre Roberson who threw for 169 yards against Northwestern last week with a touchdown. He also ran for a TD while gaining a career-high 121 yards on the ground.

Roberson is the first true freshman to ever start at QB for IU and the 12th nationally in 2011. He celebrated his 19th birthday by becoming the third Hoosier to earn Big Ten Freshman of the Week honors in 2011.

Roberson is very dangerous throwing an running ala OSU’s Braxton Miller.

He did earn Big Ten Freshman of the Week honors two weeks ago at Iowa.

In Big Ten play, Roberson is seventh in total offense (196.0 per game) and eighth in rushing (65.0). Michigan’s Denard Robinson is the lone quarterback with a higher per game rushing average (68.2).

Roberson earned the state of Indiana’s 2010 Mr. Football Award at Lawrence Central High School in Indianapolis. He passed for 2,611 yards, 24 touchdowns and four interceptions and rushed for 1,992 yards and 22 TD’s.

He comes from an athletic background as his grandfather, Larry Highbaugh, played defensive back and ran track at Indiana from 1968-71. Highbaugh played briefly with the Dallas Cowboys, then spent 13 years in the Canadian Football League and was inducted into that league’s Hall of Fame in 2004.



IU’s offense ranks 75th in the nation with 378 total yards per game and it ranks 89th nationally with 22 points per game.

OHIO STATE AT MIAMI (FL) GAMEWEEK: Hurricanes to honor Maryland during Buckeyes game


Russell Maryland (Miami Hurricanes photo)

The University of Miami will honor Russell Maryland in an on-field ceremony between the first and second quarters of this Saturday’s game against Ohio State to commemorate the defensive tackle’s upcoming induction into the College Football Hall of Fame in December.

The 42-year-old Maryland finished his college career with 279 tackles, 25 tackles for losses and 20.5 quarterback sacks. He was the Jack Harding Most Valuable Player Award winner in 1990 and led the Hurricanes to four consecutive bowl berths, two national championships and an overall record of 45-3 during his career.

Maryland was the first player drafted into the NFL in 1991 by the Dallas Cowboys. He also played for the Oakland Raiders and Green Bay Packers and he won three Super Bowls.

Info compiled from University of Miami & NFL news

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