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Jacksonville beats Baltimore, 12-7 in defensive struggle


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The Jacksonville Jaguars didn’t allow the Baltimore Ravens a first down until the 5:26 mark in the third quarter, and Josh Scobee connected on four field goals for a 12-7 win on Monday Night Football.

The game had a mixture of stout defenses, inept offenses and bad play from both teams.

Baltimore drops to 4-2 on the season.

The Jaguars now 2-5, set a franchise record by allowing only 16 yards in the first half, including  1 yard passing by Joe Flacco, who was under constant pressure all night long.

The Ravens didn’t score a TD until 2:00 minutes were left in the game.


Info courtesy of NFL, Jacksonville Jaguars & Baltimore Ravens

NFL, ESPN agree to new Monday Night Football contract


ESPN SportsCenter Studio LA in January 2010 (photo by Rob Poetsch via wikipedia commons)

The NFL and ESPN have agreed on an eight-year, $1.9 billion contract extension that will keep Monday Night Football on the network through the 2021 season.

The deal is worth a total of $15.2 billion over the length of the contract according to news reports.

The current deal is worth $1.1 billion a year to the National Football League.

Info compiled from Radio & TV reports

CBS hires Albert to broadcast NFL games


Marv Albert (photo by Joe Weeks)

Born Marvin Phillip Aufrichtig, but is known in the broadcasting world as Marv Albert will be returning to the National Football League as one of its lead broadcasters.

Albert is from a family of broadcasters. His son, Kenny, and two brothers, Steve and Al all work on the professional sports level.

Marv has announced the NFL before, 19 years on NBC. He was also the play-by-play announcer for Westwood One Radio’s coverage of Monday Night Football from 2002-2009.


compiled from staff, Radio & TV news

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS FOR SUNDAY DECEMBER 26, 2010: Almanacs & Celebrity Birthdays


Sunday, December 26, the 360th day of 2010. There are five days left in the year. The seven-day holiday Kwanzaa began. It was also Boxing Day.

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* On December 26, 1799, former President George Washington was eulogized as “first in war, first in peace and first in the hearts of his countrymen.”

* In 1908, Jack Johnson became the first African-American boxer to win the world heavyweight championship.

* In 1941, Winston Churchill became the first British prime minister to address a joint meeting of the U.S. Congress.

* In 1960, the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Green Bay Packers, 17-13, for the NFL championship.

* In 2004, 230,000 people were killed by a tsunami triggered by a powerful earthquake beneath the Indian Ocean.

* In 2006, former President Gerald R. Ford died in Rancho Mirage, California, at age 93.

* In 2000, Actor Jason Robards died in Bridgeport, Connecticut, at age 78.

* In 2005, Monday Night Football ended a 36-year run on ABC-TV with a 31-21 win by the New England Patriots over the New York Jets. Disney, Inc, switched the game to ABC’s sister station, ESPN.


77 CARROLL SPINNEY, actor who plays Big Bird on Sesame Street.

71 PHIL SPECTOR, record producer.

31 CHRIS DAUGHTRY, rock singer from American Idol fame.

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We say goodbye to fun-loving ‘Dandy Don’ Meredith

Don Meredith, one of the most fun-loving athletes of all time as the quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys and in the broadcast booth for Monday Night football with Frank Gifford and Howard Cosell, died earlier in the week at age 72 after suffering a brain hemorrhage and lapsing into a coma in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Joseph Don Meredith born April 10, 1938 in Mount Vernon, Texas,  loved country music and was a pal of singer and fellow Texan, Willie Nelson, used words from Willie’s songs such as “Turn out the lights, the party’s over.”

Don Meredith (photo used by permission as a courtesy from the College Football Hall of Fame)

Meredith, who was a star at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. At SMU, he became an All-American quarterback in 1958 and 1959. Don had a chance to stay in town and play for the Cowboys from 1960 to 1968, helping lead “America’s Team” from a winless expansion team. In 1960, they were 0-11-1 to a championship caliber team which lost twice to the Green Bay Packers twice for the Super Bowl berth. Don was just 31 years old when he retired before training camp in 1969. A year later, he wound up in the broadcast booth for Monday Night football.

He was with Monday Night football from 1970 through 1984. He also turned to acting, playing a detective on Police Story on the NBC network. He also was a very successful commercial pitchman for Lipton tea.

compiled from staff, Southern Methodist University, Dallas Cowboys & College Football Hall of Fame news

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