Archive for January, 2011
ARLINGTON, TX – Former Dallas Cowboy quarterback, Troy Aikman, along with Joe Buck will be the announcers for the 2011 Super Bowl to be held at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas on February 6th at 6:30 p.m. (ET).
The anticipated football game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers is set to be televised on Fox. This will be the first Super Bowl in the Cowboys new stadium.
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HANOVER, PA. – Rick Dempsey, Baltimore Orioles 1983 World Series MVP, is set to appear at the Hanover Rotary Sports Night on January 27 at 6:30 p.m. at South Western High School near Hanover, Pennsylvania.
Dempsey, who is considered the greatest catcher of his era, is best known for his defense, playing 24 seasons in the Major Leagues, hitting .233 with 96 homers and 471 RBIs. He hit .385 in the 1983 World Series, when the Orioles beat the Phillies. ... Read More
Tonight after anxiously awaiting, we get to see the first episode of American Idol Season 10 with new judges Steven Tyler, Jennifer Lopez and veteran judge, Randy Jackson.
Ellen DeGeneres interviewed Jennifer Lopez on the Ellen Show about her experience so far on American Idol. Jennifer says she loves the road and is having a ball. There are definitely some crazy moments she says, and hopefully we will see them when American Idol airs.
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Erin Brockovich, best known as an advocate for the underdog, is a famous speaker on the circuit today. She is in high demand for speaking engagements and appearances all over the world. She is an inspirational reminder of the power of the human spirit displaying her desire to fight for the rights of the underdog. As a motivational speaker, she uses her life experiences as a model for integrity.
Brockovich received an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters, Honoris Causa Degree and was Commencement Speaker at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles on May 5, 2007.
If you’re looking to hire arguably the hottest coach in college football today for an appearance or as a motivational speaker, who would that be? Nick Saban at Alabama? Gary Patterson at TCU? Both are good choices but my pick would be Gene Chizik at Auburn.
Chizik isn’t a “I told you so” kind of guy. But after coaching Auburn to its first national championship since 1957, he must feel some sense of satisfaction given the uproar that surrounded his hiring two years ago. ... Read More
This time both players made it, receiving more than enough votes allowing them to receive recognition among baseball’s greatest legends. ... Read More
Retired NFL quarterback Kurt Warner told the NFL Network on Monday, Jan 3, that Brett Favre has hurt his legacy, at least in the short term.Kurt Warner, a popular speaker at PFP Talent, discusses Brett Favre legacy
“I think he did [tarnish his legacy],” Warner said. “Not only this season, but the last few seasons, going back and forth [on retirement] and bouncing to a few different teams. I think about it, and I have to really think hard to think back to when he was a Green Bay Packer and when he played his best football and was in Super Bowls and when he became the Brett Favre we all know.” ... Read More
It’s true. Brett Favre has officially announced his retirement from the NFL on Sunday, January 2, and this time we think it’s for real.
“I know it’s time, and that’s OK.,” Favre said after the Vikings 20-13 defeat to the Lions. “Again, I hold no regrets, and I can’t think of too many players offhand that can walk away and say that. Individually and from a team standpoint, it was way more than I ever dreamed of.”
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