The 1966 Michigan State vs. Notre Dame football game (“the game of the century”) remains one of the greatest, and most controversial, games in college football history. The game was played in Michigan State’s Spartan Stadium on November 19, 1966. Michigan State entered the contest 9–0 and ranked #2, while Notre Dame entered the contest 8–0 but ranked #1. Notre Dame elected not to try for the endzone on the final series; thus, the game ended in a 10–10 tie with both schools recording national championships.
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WWE Survivor Series 2012 Results
- CM Punk defeated John Cena and Ryback to retains the WWE Championship
- Big Show defeated Sheamus to retains the World Heavyweight Championship
- Antonio Cesaro defeated R-Truth to retains the Divas Championship
- Eve defeated Kaitlyn to retains the Divas Championship
- 3MB def. Team Co-Bro
- Rey Mysterio, Sin Cara, Brodus Clay, Justin Gabriel & Tyson Kidd defeated The Prime Time Players, Tensai, Primo & Epico in Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match
- Team Foley vs. Team Ziggler in Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match
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Kurtis Colamonico links up with Nigel Alexander for a sunny California skate session on this week’s NKA Project. Kurtis shows off his skills linking up tricks through the park. 10 tricks before you know it, this one deserves a couple of rewinds!
Here’s a SMALL (no pun intended) peak at Porter Maberry at only 5’5″ and 22 years old from Grand Rapids,Michigan … This kid is going to be a Legend one day… This is just a few things the kid can do… by this time next month.. I won’t be surprised if he’s most of you guys favorite dunker.. Full Session mix of Kasper,Jonsey,Porter and JetPack coming tomorrow!
Photography Heat is presenting here some exclusive photography of Motorbikes for our viewers. These Motorbikes are luxurious in nature! Hope you’ll love to watch this collection. Source
This week, Designed Good is featuring fair trade soccer balls by Senda Athletics – an inspiring social enterprise that is adding a whole new socially-conscious edge to the ball you use in practice or in games. They are hand-stitched by fair wage workers in Pakistan who make the balls in a clean, healthy environment that also subsidizes affordable food and medicine. They are on sale at Designed Good through Monday, November 26.
Senda Founder Santiago Halty’s story began way before his trip to Pakistan last summer, during his childhood in Argentina, where people live and breathe soccer. He played soccer throughout his childhood, and was perceptive enough to realize that the game was a huge part of the highly challenging act of growing up – soccer gave him and the other kids on their team confidence, discipline, and an outlet for fun.