Welcome to the latest edition of The Victory Formation.
The University of Miami is one very very proud institution that has produced lots of NFL greats then and now. Although it has fallen through hard times as of late both on and off the field, it has always taken pride in the success of its athletes in the NFL, especially in its knack to score touchdowns. In fact, they have scored in 149 straight weeks, far and away the longest for a NCAA team. 33 different alumni from Da U! have scored 661 touchdowns.
That streak is now in question. With Monday Night Football in sight, there are only two Canes' alumni who will be playing tonight. Vince Wilfork and Allen Bailey. Can they continue the streak? Who knows.
Here forth are the links after the jump:
Before there was Tim Tebow and Twitter, there was Vince Young. (c/o 700 Level)
The train keeps on chugging for the champs. (c/o Total Packers)
Cardiac Comeback Cats. (c/o Detroit Free Press)
Haven't we seen this all too often in San Diego? (c/o Sign On San Diego)
Do you believe in the power of Hanie? (c/o Chicago Tribune)
Could Matt Moore be what Ryan Fitzpatrick is? (c/o Phin Phanatic)
How bout 'em Cowboys? (c/o Washington Post)
Engaging fans in nasty banter is not good. (c/o The Inquisitr)
Could hard work be enough to succeed? (c/o Broncos Talk)
Will he be Boston's Valentine? (c/o Boston Herald)
Looking back at the past to move to the future. (c/o The Chronicle Herald)
Ouch, J.R. (c/o SLAM Online)
Who is your AL MVP? (c/o Toronto Star)
Latest on the Bernie Fine controversy. (c/o Searching for Billy Edelin)
Hello, Robert Griffin III. Goodbye BCSNCG, Oklahoma. (c/o The Oklahoma Daily)
Could the SEC West be the best division in football, college or pro? (c/o Al.com)
If they were 10-2 and not 6-6, they ain't going to do this. (c/o BC Interruption)
Congratulations to David Beckham. Finally. (c/o Soccer By Ives)
To part, here is a tribute to the voice of Georgia