Few things are as exciting for a sports fan as watching an age-old record go down, and Adrian Peterson and Calvin Johnson are approaching long-held records this year. Here are a few more major records that could be broken in our lifetimes.
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Late Thursday morning, as families are preparing to begin a day of Thanksgiving gluttony, some young football fan will glance at the television and ask the question we’ve all asked at some point in our lives: “Why do the Lions always play for Thanksgiving?” Learn the answer to this question and much more in this post from Josh Tinley.
Perhaps no marching band formation is more recognizable than the Ohio State Marching Band’s “Script Ohio.” The tradition goes back exactly 80 years to October 15, 1932, when a band on the field at Ohio Stadium in Columbus first spelled “Ohio” in perfect cursive. But that band didn’t belong to Ohio State. It was visiting from Ann Arbor.