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Jack Cornell/Baltimore Ravens Photo

NFL’s Jack Cornell to Coach at Quincy University

Quincy University football coach Tom Pajic today announced the hiring of former National Football League player and Quincy Notre Dame product Jack Cornell to the coaching staff as an assistant offensive line coach.

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Kevin Cox, Getty Images
Kevin Cox, Getty Images

Here is Why the NFL Uses Roman Numerals

Yesterday I wrote about the National Football League not using Roman numerals for Super Bowl 50. Since I wrote that there has been some conversation as to just why the NFL even uses Roman numerals. Well, I decided to do a little research on this topic and here is what i found.

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Justin Heiman, Getty Images
Justin Heiman, Getty Images

NFL Opts Out of Roman Numerals for Super Bowl 50

OK, we all just got done watching Super Bowl 49. Whoops! That should be Super Bowl XLIX to be exact. The National Football League would rather use Roman numerals for their Super Bowl logo. That tradition will come to an end next year on the 50th anniversary of the game.

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Jeff Dorsey
Jeff Dorsey

Work is Well Underway on the Reconstruction of Q.U. Stadium [Video]

Back in December, Quincy University President Dr. Robert Gervasi announced plans to completely renovate historic Q.U. Stadium, the home of Q.U. Baseball and future home of Q.U. Football, with a $4 million investment by PFIC, a California based developer of facilities for colleges and universities. We thought we would give you a look at what the baseball field looks like now as work is well underway.

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Patrick McDermott, Getty Images
Patrick McDermott, Getty Images

Tony Verna, The Inventor of Instant Replay, Passes Away Without Further Review

On the day of the NFC and AFC Championship football games on CBS and Fox Television, one of the most influential people in the history of televised football broadcasts passed away. His name was Tony Verna. Tony Verna invented one of the most important pieces of equipment needed for a football broadcast and now is even a part of the game itself…the instant replay machine. 

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Doritos Super Bowl
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Dortios Super Bowl Ad Contest – Do Any of These Deserve to Win?

With the Super Bowl coming up on February 1, football fans are thinking about who's going to be in the game, and those that hate football (but watch the Super Bowl, anyway) are thinking about the commercials. 

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High school football
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Concussion Lawsuits Could Bring an End to High School Football

Everywhere you look things are changing. So when I read about a lawsuit being filed against the Illinois High School Association involving football concussions, I wasn't surprised to hear that Friday night football as we know it may be in jeopardy.

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Michaels, Nantz and Buck
Frederick M. Brown/Keith Bedford/Slaven Vlasic, Getty Images

Who Does the Best Play-by-Play on Television? [Poll]

This year's Super Bowl will be held on February 1, 2015 on NBC TV in Glendale, Arizona at the University of Phoenix Stadium. With NBC broadcasting the game, Al Michaels will handle the play-by-play. He is the number one football play-by-play man for that network. Fox has Joe Buck and CBS has Jim Nantz. If you had a choice, which one of the three would you rather listen to on television?

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Tom Szczerbowski, Getty Images
Tom Szczerbowski, Getty Images

KHMO to Carry Kansas City Chiefs Football

For Kansas City Chiefs fans in the Hannibal-Quincy area, I bring you great news.The radio rights to broadcast the Kansas City Chiefs for the 2014 season have been secured by AM-10-70 KHMO Radio in Hannibal. The first broadcast of Chiefs football on the station can be heard tomorrow night as the Chiefs play a pre-season game at Green Bay against the Packers.

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Sam Bradford, Getty Images
Sam Bradford, Getty Images

It’s Time to End the NFL’s Four Game Pre-Season Schedule

It was about a year ago that I ripped the National Football League and I will take the opportunity to do so again. It was learned yesterday that the St. Louis Rams have lost Sam Bradford, their starting Quarterback, for the season after suffering a torn ACL in his left knee.  It is the same knee that suffered a torn ACL in the middle of last season. The real sad thing is that it happened in yet another meaningless NFL pre-season football game.

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