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Reminiscing over a few of the all-time great images in sports history, one may think of a horizontally floating Bobby Orr after scoring the OT game-winner in the 1970 Stanley Cup ... Read More »
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The San Francisco 49ers were formed in 1946 and joined the All-America Football Conference. They subsequently joined the NFL in 1949, when the two leagues merged... Read More »
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