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Who are the cast members in Craig Fergusons musical cold opens?
Im trying to find out who the people are who "sing" back-up in the music cold opens on the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. They did Oops I Did It Again and White Lines.
Answer: Drew Carey
John Carroll Lynch
Category: Talk Shows
If team GB had a football team in the Olympics, how many non English players would their be in it?
No offence to Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland but would any of their players even make the squad?
All I could think of is maybe a fit Craig Bellamy, maybe Barry Ferguson, Ryan Giggs 5 years ago.
Im not English by the way so not biased.
It is not called soccer, thats what dumb Americans call it, it is called football in the civilised world.
Answer: None, not that English players are so good but better than any of the others.
WATCH: Ryan Ferguson Leaves Prison After Sentence Overturned ...
Ryan Ferguson has been freed from prison tonight after an appeals court overturned his murder sentence, ruling he did not receive a fair trial.
Roll-Call Vote on War Funds
Following is the 218-to-212 roll-call vote on Friday by which the House passed a war spending bill that would require President Bush to bring combat troops home from Iraq by Sept. 1, 2008. A yes vote is a vote to pass the bill. Voting yes were 216 Democrats and two Republicans. Voting no were 14 Democrats and 198 Republicans. X - House roll-call vote on war spending bill that would require Pres Bush to bring combat troops home from Iraq by Sept 2008; bill passed 218 to 212 (M)
MENS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP; Holding Off Late Run, Rider Upends Rutgers
Harris Mansell scored 15 points -- including the go-ahead basket in the final minute -- to give Rider a 61-57 victory at Rutgers on Friday night. The Broncs (8-4) appeared to be in command before the Scarlet Knights (7-5) went on a 12-2 run to tie the score, 57-57, with 2 minutes 2 seconds left to play. Neither team scored on its next possession, - Rider College defeats Rutgers University, 61-57; other mens college basketball results noted (S) - By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Next Stop, Dairy Queen: Ryan Ferguson Holds Presser After ...
Ryan Ferguson left prison tonight after his murder sentence was overturned by an appeals court, and after he was released a free man he held a press conference to talk about his experience, thank people for their support, ...
Missouri attorney general decides not to retry Ryan Ferguson after ...
21 hours ago ... JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri's attorney general has dropped all charges
against Ryan Ferguson, who was convicted 10 years ago of ...
Ryan Ferguson Update: Missouri attorney general will not re-try man ...
21 hours ago ... Last week, an appeals court threw out the 29-year-old's 2005 conviction in the
murder of sports editor, Kent Heitholt Read more by Crimesider ...
Ryan Ferguson Describes His First Day Outside Prison to Morning ...
Ryan Ferguson, who was released from prison yesterday after a court overturned his murder conviction and 40-year sentence, spoke to a variety of news media outlets on life outside of prison, how he made it through almost a ...
No Shortage of Culprits in Meltdown by the Jets
Pete Kendall, whose errant shotgun snap was snapped up by the Minnesota Vikings and returned for a touchdown Friday night, could not have been more accurate after the game. Its back to the drawing board, I suppose, he said. The Jets, like Kendall, their disgruntled offensive lineman, looked out of sorts in a 37-20 defeat to the Vikings in an - New York Jets preseason loss to Minnesota Vikings discussed; photo (M) - By KAREN CROUSE
COMMUNITY COLLEGE; Tennis In a Parking Lot
ANTHONY CLARKE played his high school basketball for Holy Cross in Queens, in one of the more competitive athletic conferences in the country. Hes used to dribbling and shooting in front of an audience. Now, a few years later, in his sophomore season at Broward Community College, Mr. Clarke has adapted to the sound of silence. During warm-ups for - Athletes at community colleges play well under radar, with no tailgate parties and few attending their games or matches; some community colleges are established powers and feed their talent to Division I level of NCAA; in some ways, transfer tradition of athletes echoes typical academic transfer: students hoping to improve grades that are too low for university admissions or to strengthen skills to get sweeter offer from prestigious four-year institution; research shows that intercollegiate athletics at two-year colleges can foster community and school pride, diversify student body and bolster enrollment; photos (special section; Education Life) (L) - Robert Andrew Powell is author of We Own This Game: A Season in the Adult World of Youth Football. - By Robert Andrew Powell
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NEW JERSEY; Calendar of Events
COMEDY NEW BRUNSWICK State Theater Kathy Griffin. Friday at 8 p.m. $35 to $60. Lisa Lampanelli, stand-up. July 21 at 8 p.m. $34.75. State Theater, 15 Livingston Avenue. (732) 246-7469. RED BANK Count Basie Theater Josh Blue, stand-up. July 7 at 8 p.m. $25 to $50. Craig Ferguson, stand-up. July 18 at 8 p.m. $28 to $100. Count Basie Theater, 99
SUNDAY SHOOTOUT; Hull Helps Call Shots, Not Take Them
Brett Hull, the ever-outspoken former N.H.L. sniper and new interim co-general manager of the Dallas Stars, was calling from New Jersey. Its the first long road trip in a long time for me, he said. Since the Stars owner, Tom Hicks, removed Doug Armstrong as the general manager Nov. 13 and replaced him with Hull and Les Jackson, Dallas has - Recent developments in NHL discussed (M) - By JEFF Z. KLEIN and LEW SERVISS
Ryan Ferguson freed after conviction in editor's death overturned
7 hours ago ... Ryan Ferguson was released after Mo. AG decided not to retry him for 2001
slaying of a newspaper editor.
Is this the last season for Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs?
and possibly Sir Alex Ferguson?
If we win the Champions League and he equals Paisley, I think it will be the end for Sir Alex.
Answer: tbh...I actually hope so... Scoles and Giggs should not be playing in the first team, but only as back up.. and in cups... (c'mon, were not Chelsea..lol..we don't want to be relying onplayers that old))
...but I would have said this LAST season too
...but not necessarily about Fergie... although, I think him hanging on may make us lose out on managers like Mourhino etc... who WANTED to come in...
...and he can't go on forever.. can he.?
Category: Men's Premiere Leagues (UK)
Ryan Ferguson a free man after newspaper murder case collapses ...
12 hours ago ... Ryan Ferguson left prison a free man Tuesday, greeted by cheers from
supporters and lingering questions related to one of Missouri's ...
Ryan Ferguson Freed From Prison WATCH LIVE Press Conference ...
Ryan Ferguson, the man who was sentenced to 40 years in prison in 2001 for the alleged murder of Missouri-based sportswriter Kent Heitholt, has been released from prison. Ferguson and his family will appear in a press ...
What did you think of the final results of So You Think You Can Dance?
Russell Ferguson won and Jacob Karr must have been a very close second. I thought they were both terrific.
Did you know Russell had very little formal training? Amazing that he kept up with all the demands of the show!
Answer: I love Jakob the way he dances is amazing he has some of the most unique solo's i've seen on the show. But I was so hyped that russell won. He work really hard every show and rarely got his own genre or style. Jakob was in his style or a style of dance that he could excel in every week. But I also liked Kat. :) And Ryan was just hot!
Category: Reality Television
Which 3 footballers never fulfilled their potential and why?
My 3 are...
Sergen Yalcin-Turkish play maker,he was to arrogant and partied to much.
Javier Saviola- He was so dangerous at Barcelona yet as soon as he left it was downhill for him.
Paul Gascoinge- He never played for a manager like Alex Ferguson who would have put him in line.He is Englands best player,but wasted his talent.
Answer: robinho- lazy and usually left out of the side
ryan babel- had potential to be a world beater until rafa screwed him up
andres escobar - 27 years old when his life was cruelly brought to an end
Category: UEFA Champions League
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How many father and son combinations can you name that have played in the NHL?
Ill start with the Greg Malone former Penguin and his son Ryan who plays for Tampa Bay.
How many can you name off the top of your head? No cheating!!
I know there are more than what Casey and I have!! Come on Hockey fans!!
Answer: Off the top of my head? JP and Zach Parise, Syl Apps and Syl Apps Jr., Ray and Chris Bourque, Scotty Bowman's son....Stan?, Colin Campbell's son Greg plays, John and John Jr. Ferguson, Steve Tambellini's son Jeff, Ron Hextall's dad and Grandfather (Bryan and Bryan Jr), at least one of Gordie Howe's sons, Taylor Pyatt's dad played...Peter and Paul Stastny,
There is a whole list available here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_family_relations_in_the_NHL
Should Ryan Giggs be knighted for his services to football and Manchester United over the last two decades?
OQ- I cant see why Paul Scholes and Gary Neville dont deserve it as well?
They have been equally good role models- no hookers nothing
but yet its always Giggs whos spoken off as the good one
Answer: i don't think he should be 'knighted' even for playing footie for two decades straight.
we are giving out knighthoods too cheaply in this age, what Giggs has accomplished in the league is astounding and impressive yes.
but lets either make the knighthood something thats given to genuine heroes who make society better place and impact lives in a +ve manner, or if not then do not expect the masses to bother respecting the knighthood or the royal family.
for example - the title 'Sir' for Alex Ferguson is a joke, he has not made society a better place by winning 11 league titles and 2 european cups with Manchester United now has he ?
also in the past, his behaviour on the touchline with match officials and his volatile rude outbursts live on air have left children in tears .... " he said b***locks mummy....im gonna cry now "
hes a rude old man. a very successful one at that.
" thats feckin bollocks ! "
Category: English Football (Soccer)
THEATER REVIEW; Back From the Footnotes, Taking Her Bows Behind the Footlights
Of all the unhappy nights in the American theater -- the openings that became closings, the depressing effluvia of genius in decline, the advent of Mamma Mia! -- the saddest was certainly April 14, 1865, when Lincoln was assassinated as he watched a performance at Fords Theater in Washington. The event was of course a national calamity, but - Charles Isherwood reviews Manhattan Theater Club production of Charles Busch play Our Leading Lady, directed by Lynne Meadow; Kate Mulgrew stars; photos (M) - By CHARLES ISHERWOOD
Ryan Ferguson Conviction For Editor Slaying Overturned By ...
The appeals court ruled that the prosecutor's office withheld evidence from defense attorneys for Ryan Ferguson that could have aided him during his trial for the strangling and beating death of Columbia Daily Tribune sports ...
Were the Allies just as brutal as the Nazis in World War 2?
In most war films, the Germans/Nazis are portrayed as brutal and heartless. I know that there is extensive evidence to support this and Im not saying that a lot of Nazis didnt commit hateful acts towards others. My question is did the Allies(Britain,USA,France etc.) do the same to their enemies? Obviously, it wasnt as bad as gas chambers and concentration camps, but did they torture any POWs or execute innocent civilians?
In war films, the allies are shown as kind like in Saving Private Ryan where Upham persuades Miller to let the German soldier go but did this happen regularly or is it just media influence?
Answer: War crimes happened everywhere. However the Allies did not commit atrocities on the same scale as the Axis. When it comes to treatment of prisoners of war it is really no contest. See below.
The British and Americans DID treat prisoners of war better. Anyone who says otherwise doesn't know what the hell they're talking about. The Western Allies were more humane and much more likely to treat prisoners like human beings. It's just a fact. Many German commanders willingly surrendered to the Western Allies so that they and their men would not be captured by Soviet forces or other Eastern Europeans. They knew their chances of survival were better that way.
Here is the death rate for German Prisoners of War in WW2. (Figures from British historian Niall Ferguson)
Held by Soviet Union : 35.8%
Held by other Eastern Europeans : 32.9%
Held by French : 2.58%
Held by Americans : 0.15%
Held by British : 0.03%
If you were a German captured by the Western Allies you were almost guaranteed to make it back home alive.
Now look at the death rate of Soviet troops captured by the Germans
57.5%. Well over half of Soviet troops captured by the Germans DIED. What does that tell you?
However the Germans treated prisoners from the Western Allies much better than they did the Russians.
The Japanese did not abide by the laws of the Geneva Convention at all. The Japanese at the time were notoriously brutal.
33.0% of American POWs held by the Japanese died
24.8% of British POWs held by the Japanese died
If you were Chinese you were pretty much screwed. The Japanese were going to kill you. You had pretty much no chance of surviving. Google Japan's war crimes against China if you want to read more.
It's very hard to know how many Japanese POWs died while in American/Allied custody. Remember the Japanese troops were fanatical and almost all of them believed in death before dishonor. Surrender was considered to be a great dishonor in Japanese culture which is why very few Japanese troops surrendered to the Allies. 20,000 of the 22,000 Japanese troops at Iwo Jima died in the battle. Only 216 were taken prisoner by the Western Allies. Japanese prisoners who were actually taken prisoner by the Western Allies were treated as they were supposed to be in accordance with international law.
I do remember hearing stories from US Pacific War vets in a documentary. The American troops who fought in those battles said they would often repeatedly shoot Japanese corpses just to ensure that they were really dead. They said it was common for the Japanese to play dead and then get up and either start shooting or pull a grenade pin when allied troops got close. Australian soldiers were specifically trained to shoot any Japanese corpse if the hand was closed. It's brutal to think about but none of us were there.
As I said the Western Allies did not commit atrocities on the same scale as the Axis but they DID happen. Often American troops would kill or massacre Japanese troops who were attempting to surrender. A larger problem was American soldiers collecting body parts as trophies from dead Japanese that they had killed.
Why is Chuck Erickson in jail?
With the Ryan Ferguson case, why is Erickson in jail if Ferguson was with him and his conviction was overturned? I thought Erickson lied about everything he said about Ferguson, so wouldnt that mean that Erickson didnt murder the man.
Answer: Ferguson's conviction was overturned, there has been no attempt to overturn Erickson's, because he plead GUILTY at trial in exchange for a plea bargain. It's almost impossible to overturn a guilty plea, since the accused agreed to it.
Category: Law & Ethics
The 7th Annual Year in Ideas
PIXELATED STAINED GLASS In late August, at the unveiling of the massive, awe-inspiring stained-glass window  designed by the artist Gerhard Richter for Cologne Cathedral in Germany, the citys conservative archbishop, Cardinal Joachim Meisner, was notably absent. Though Meisner claimed a prior engagement, skeptics suspected otherwise. Meisner - Times Magazines favorite ideas of 2007 include abstract stained-glass window created for Cologne Cathedral by Gerhard Richter, pop singers acceleration of their album releases, service that sends e-mail messages for you after you die, postnuptual agreements, giving prison inmates decks of cards with information on cold cases in order to flush out leads, study showing that teenage girls who are unable to disengage themselves from trying to attain hard-to-reach goals exhibit increased levels of a protein linked to diabetes, heart disease and early aging in adults, allowing public to pay whatever it wanted to download Radioheads In Rainbows album, assertion of right of terminally ill patients to buy any drug that has passed FDAs preliminary safety tests without waiting for full proof of drugs safety and efficacy, discovery of rock-paper-scissors paradigm in mating strategies of lizards, acknowledgment of shared interests and preoccupations by second world countries, those with substantial economies but not on par with US, China and EU; photos; drawings (L)
Ryan Ferguson freed from prison after murder conviction overturned ...
15 hours ago ... Ryan Ferguson was just a teenager when he was arrested in Missouri in 2004,
accused of killing Columbia Tribune sports editor Kent Heitholt ...
Appeals court vacates murder conviction in Ryan Ferguson case ...
An appeals court Tuesday vacated the murder conviction of a Missouri man nearly a decade into a 40-year prison sentence for the 2001 Halloween night killing of a newspaper editor. The Missouri Court of Appeals Western ...
MY RIGHT ARM
There are few things in sports more full of promise than a major-league clubhouse before a game, and on this second Monday in April -- the home opener for the Chicago Cubs in the frumpish glory that is forever Wrigley Field -- the Cubs clubhouse is brimming with a hopefulness that seems positively staggering. The Cubs have failure and calamity - Play column discusses Chicago Cubs pitcher Kerry Wood, whose seemingly limitless potential has been overshadowed by number of injuries; photos (L) - Buzz Bissinger is the author of the sports books Friday Night Lights and Three Nights in August, and a contributing editor at Vanity Fair. He lives in Philadelphia. - By Buzz Bissinger
Heralding Holidays With Sweet Sounds Of Musical Joy
A sampling of noteworthy musical presentations planned for the holiday season at churches and concert halls in New York City, from this Sunday (Palm Sunday) through April 8 (Easter Sunday), selected by Vivien Schweitzer. All are free unless otherwise noted. (Churches accept donations. Unless noted, church choirs are featured in church concerts.)
Why are there very few people realizing that this is the new era in EPL?
Why arent people realizing that Chelsea is writing a new history in EPL?
Liverpool is no longer worth mentioning now(no offense to Liverpool fans) and Manchester Utd is at the brink of waning like them. Just wait till Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes retire along with Sir Alex Ferguson. Why are people so blind that they have to look at past achievements of old school clubs to comfort themselves like its good old days?
Answer: Football fans will always believe that there team is the best. There's no stopping that.
Category: English Football (Soccer)
Where does Nolan Ryan rank among the best pitchers of all time?
is he or would you place him somewhere in the top 10 list?
Answer: I'd place him between 20 and 25. Ridiculous strikeout totals and incredible longevity but he coupled that with way more walks than any other pitcher and inconsistency. A .526 win percentage isn't all that special, 292 losses, 0 Cy Youngs and he seldom won at a rate much higher than the team he was playing on (including 11 years when his winning percentage was actually below that of his team). And for those who say "he played on bad teams". The teams he played on were .503 in total (2170-2144).
Whenever I say he's not in the top 20 one of his loyal legion will challenge me to name 20 who are better. So to save us all the time: Walter Johnson, Lefty Grove, Greg Maddux, Sandy Koufax, Tom Seaver, Steve Carlton, Pete Alexander, Christy Mathewson, Warren Spahn, Cy Young, Kid Nichols, Carl Hubbell, Bob Gibson, Roger Clemens, Bob Feller, Jim Palmer, Randy Johnson, Ed Walsh, Ferguson Jenkins, Mordecai Brown.
There's a lot more to pitching than strikeout totals.
Edit: Chris, 13 of the pitchers I listed are from the live ball era. A couple spanned both eras, and five were dead ball pitchers. If you compare the number of years of deadball vs. live ball - 50 years of deadball, 90 years of live ball, you'll see that each era is equally represented. No favoritism for deadball pitchers, they are no better represented than pitchers from any other era.
As for the Maddux - Ryan comparison ... imagine two pitchers, both play on teams averaging four runs per game. Pitcher number one pitches two games, allows three runs in each and wins both 4-3. Pitcher number two throws a no-hitter in the first game and wins 4-0 but is wild in the second and loses 6-4. Both pitchers have an ERA of 3.00 but the first gave your team two wins, while the second won one and lost one. I think the first pitcher is the better pitcher overall.
And don't get me wrong - I LIKE Nolan Ryan, I never missed a chance to see him pitch. He was the most exciting pitcher of his era (eras really, he pitched so long) without a doubt.
How much is my Man Utd-poster with autographs worth?
I have a Manchester United Poster from the 1991-1992 season with autographs from players like Mark Hughes, Gary Pallister, Paul Ince and Sir Alex Ferguson. I think its between 10-15 autographs on it. How much do you think its worth?
Answer: More like 500 pounds, give or take. Do you have signatures from Peter Schmeichel, Paul Parker and Ryan Giggs. If so, that is pretty damn awesome.
Category: Men's Premiere Leagues (UK)
Where do I find the House of Representatives vote and names on the 2008 Iraq deadline?
This is crazy, but the names of who voted are nowhere to be found. I want to know who voted against the troop withdrawel. The house and senates own web site is cumbersome and does not give a breakdown of how they all voted. It also does not appear to be available on the web search. Guess I know why they want to hide how they voted.
Answer: Here's the results, but if you go to the actual page you can see them distinguished by party since the italics and such don't copy.
FINAL VOTE RESULTS FOR ROLL CALL 186
(Democrats in roman; Republicans in italic; Independents underlined)
H R 1591 YEA-AND-NAY 23-Mar-2007 12:43 PM
QUESTION: On Passage
BILL TITLE: Making emergency supplemental appropriations for fiscal year ending September 30, 2007, and for other purposes
---- YEAS 218 ---
Johnson, E. B.
Sánchez, Linda T.
---- NAYS 212 ---
Lungren, Daniel E.
---- ANSWERED “PRESENT” 1 ---
---- NOT VOTING 3 ---
Davis, Jo Ann
How much does a diploma from an Ivy League college cost to buy online?
Hockey Q: Who are some current or former NHL players that attended Ivy League colleges, besides Parros, Yann Danis, and Jeff Halpern?
Wow! I was able to use the Browse Categories tab without having one myself.
Bob, I just want a diploma so I can brag about it too. Not actually attend,lol
Answer: Craig Adams (Harvard) 2000-04, 05-07 -- Carolina
Peter Allen (Yale) 1995-96 -- Pittsburgh
Syl M. Apps (Princeton) 1970-1980 -- New York (Rangers), Pittsburgh, Los Angeles
Chris Bala (Harvard) 2001-02 -- Ottawa
Curt Bennett (Brown) 1970-1982 -- St. Louis, Atlanta, St. Louis
Dan Bolduc (Harvard) 1978-80, 1983-84 -- Detroit, Calgary
Tim Bothwell (Brown) 1978-89 -- New York (Rangers), St. Louis, Hartford, St. Louis
Greg Britz (Harvard) 1983-85, 1986-87 -- Toronto, Hartford
Bob Brooke (Yale) 1982-83, 1984-90 -- New York (Rangers), Minnesota, New Jersey
Brad Chartrand (Cornell) 1999-04 -- Los Angeles
Peter Ciavaglia (Harvard) 1991-93 -- Buffalo
Chris Corrinet (Princeton) 2001-02 -- Washington
Doug Dadswell (Cornell) 1986-88 -- Calgary
Corrie D'Alessio (Cornell) 1992-93 -- Hartford
Yann Danis (Brown) 2005-06 -- Montreal
Ted Donato (Harvard) 1991-04 -- Boston, New York (Islanders), Boston, Ottawa, Anaheim, Dallas, New York (Islanders) Los Angeles, St. Louis, New York (Rangers), Boston
P.C. Drouin (Cornell) 1996-97 -- Boston Bruins
Ted Drury (Harvard) 1993-01 -- Calgary, Hartford, Ottawa, Anaheim, New York (Islanders), Columbus
Ken Dryden (Cornell) 1970-79 -- Montreal
Parris Duffus (Cornell) 1996-97 -- Phoenix
Brian Eklund (Brown) 2005-06 -- Tampa Bay
Darren Eliot (Cornell) 1984-89 -- Los Angeles, Detroit, Buffalo
John Emmons (Yale) 1999-02 -- Ottawa, Tampa Bay, Boston
Andre Faust (Princeton) 1992-94 -- Philadelphia
Craig Ferguson (Yale) 1993-97, 1999-00 -- Montreal, Calgary, Florida
Scott Fraser (Dartmouth) 1995-96, 1997-99 -- Montreal, Edmonton, New York (Rangers)
Larry Fullan (Cornell) 1974-75 -- Washington Capitals
Mark Fusco (Harvard) 1983-85 -- Hartford
Ray Giroux (Yale) 1999-00, 2001-04 -- New York (Islanders), New Jersey
Jeff Halpern (Princeton) 1999-07 -- Washington, Dallas
Jeff Hamilton (Yale) 2003-07 -- New York, Chicago
Brian Hayward (Cornell) 1982-93 -- Winnepeg, Montreal, Minnesota, San Jose
Chris Higgins (Yale) 2003-07 -- Montreal
Mark Holden (Brown) 1981-85 -- Montreal, Winnipeg
Jack Hughes (Harvard) 1980-81 -- Colorado
Ryan Hughes (Cornell) 1995-96 -- Boston Bruins
Dave Hynes (Harvard) 1973-75 -- Boston
Edward Jeremiah (Datmouth) 1931-32 -- New York (Americans), Boston
Steven King (Brown) 1992-94, 1995-96 -- New York (Rangers), Anaheim
Bob Kudelski (Yale) 1987-96 -- Los Angeles, Ottawa, Florida
Myles Lane (Dartmouth) 1928-30, 1933-34 -- New York (Rangers), Boston
Ed Lee (Princeton) 1984-85 -- Quebec
David LeNeveu (Cornell) 2005-07 -- Phoenix
Bob Logan (Yale) 1986-89 -- Buffalo, Los Angeles
Craig MacDonald (Harvard) 1998-99, 2001-03 -- Carolina
Kent Manderville (Cornell) 1991-03 -- Toronto, Edmonton, Hartford, Carolina, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh
Steve Martins (Harvard) 1995-03, 05-06 -- Hartford, Carolina, Ottawa, Tampa Bay, New York (Islanders), Ottawa, St. Louis, Ottawa
Brian McCutcheon (Cornell) 1974-77 -- Detroit
Mike McKee (Princeton) 1993-94 -- Quebec
Bob McManama (Harvard) 1973-76 -- Pittsburgh
Dominic Moore (Harvard) 2003-04, 05-07 -- New York (Rangers), Pittsburgh, Minnesota
Steve Moore (Harvard) 2001-04 -- Colorado
Ryan Muhlern (Brown) 1997-98 -- Washington
Doug Murray (Cornell) 2005-07 -- San Jose
Lance Nethery (Cornell) 1980-82 -- New York (Rangers), Edmonton
Kirk Nielsen (Brown) 1997-98 -- Boston
Joe Nieuwendyk (Cornell) 1986-07 -- Calgary, Dallas, New Jersey, Toronto, Florida
Mike O'Neill (Yale) 1991-94, 1996-97 -- Winninpeg, Anaheim
George Owen (Harvard) 1928-33 -- Boston
George Parros (Princeton) 2005-07 -- Los Angeles, Colorado, Anaheim
Jean-Marc Pelletier (Cornell) 1998-99, 2002-03 -- Philadelphia, Phoenix
Dan Ratushny (Cornell) 1992-93 -- Vancouver
Todd Simpson (Brown) 1995-06 -- Calgary, Florida, Phoenix, Anaheim, Ottawa, Chicago, Montreal
Lee Stempniak (Dartmouth) 2005-07 -- St. Louis
Don Sweeney (Harvard) 1988-04 -- Boston, Dallas
Neil Sheehy (Harvard) 1983-92 -- Calgary, Harford, Washington, Calgary
Tripp Tracy (Harvard) 1997-98 -- Carolina
Brock Tredway (Cornell) 1981-82 -- Los Angeles
Matt Underhill (Cornell) 2003-04 -- Chicago
Noah Welch (Harvard) 2005-07 -- Pittsburgh, Florida
Carey Wilson (Dartmouth) 1984-93 -- Calgary, Hartford, New York (Rangers), Calgary
Randy Wood (Yale) 1986-97 -- New York (Islanders), Buffalo, Toronto, Dallas, New York (Islanders)
C.J. Young (Harvard) 1992-93 -- Calgary, Boston
What if Sir Alex and Ryan Giggs retires at the same time?
if so, how should the celebration be? should they retire Ryan Giggs number? should they name a gum after Sir Alex? who can replace them?
Answer: Two legends of the game and im not a united fan by the way i just admire those two great sports men.
Who could not admire Sir alex ferguson and what hes done with that club ? and same for ryan giggs who has had more performances at Man u than any other player in the history of the club ? they are simply incredible ..
As for replacing them it will be very very difficult to decide on who is up to those tasks. especially sir alex ferguson .
As for the celebration whatever it is ..it will be big thats for sure and deserved . and lol i doubt they will retiring giggs number and as for naming a gum after sir alex who knows lol
Category: Men's Premiere Leagues (UK)
Any chance that the Jets offense plays well enough to save Rex Ryans job?
Their defense should be more than adequate with Ryan being more involved. Pretty stout front anchored by one of the best 5 techniques in Wilkerson. But who is the QB? Who will the QB throw to? Will he have protection?
BQ:Who should start week 1:Geno Smith or Sanchez?
Answer: I don't think that the offense is good enough to help Rex keep his job in the first place.
The QB will be Geno Smith more than likely. Unless Rex decides to be an ignorant piece of shit and start Mark Sanchez who throws twice as many interceptions as he does touchdowns every year.
Santonio Holmes will probably be healthy. I think Stephen Hill will also be a nice receiver. I don't see him dropping as many passes this year.
The Jets O-Line is decent because they have 2 Pro Bowl lineman in Nick Mangold and D'Brickashaw Ferguson.
Geno Smith should start. Mark is freaking terrible.
Category: Football (American)
'The difficult part is over': Ryan Ferguson speaks after murder ...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri's attorney general has dropped all charges against Ryan Ferguson, who was convicted 10 years ago of brutally beating and strangling well-regarded newspaper editor Kent Heitholt on a ...
Ryan Ferguson Freed After a Decade in Prison for Murder
14 hours ago ... Ryan Ferguson Freed After a Decade in Prison for Murder.
Ryan Ferguson home in Columbia after court vacates conviction in ...
After eight years in prison, Ryan Ferguson was a free man Tuesday night, once the Missouri attorney general's office declined to retry him in the 2001 murder of a Columbia newspaper editor. “To get arrested and to get ...