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John Henry

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  1. Big 12 football: Texas Tech receiver hurt in off-campus brawl

    By John Henry Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury said he was unsure but hopeful that Jakeem Grant would be available for Saturday’s game at TCU after the junior wide ... FULL ARTICLE AT Fort Worth Star-Telegram

  2. By John Henry A new quarterback could do little to fix North Texas after another of its most glaring deficiencies resurfaced in a loss Saturday. The Mean Green defense surrendered ... FULL ARTICLE AT Fort Worth Star-Telegram

  1. Paschal unable to stop Sam Houston

    By John Henry Arlington Sam Houston quickly turned its District 4-6A game into a couple of busy rush hours, amassing 690 yards on the ground and running for 10 touchdowns ... FULL ARTICLE AT Fort Worth Star-Telegram

  2. UNT linebacker earns praise amid losing streak

    By John Henry North Texas sits at a crucial junction, leaning more than ever on its leaders and playmakers to help turn around a season that is slowly getting away ... FULL ARTICLE AT Fort Worth Star-Telegram

  3. John Drinnan: Henry bait for money men

    MediaWorks chief executive Mark Weldon will be hoping the new Paul Henry double breakfast show helps the company find new investors.The simulcast breakfast show starts next year, in the ... FULL ARTICLE AT New Zealand Herald

  1. Duke of Marlborough dies at 88

    Jamie Blandford, who was at one time estranged from his father over drug addiction, will inherit the titleThe Duke of Marlborough has died at the age of 88. A ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

  2. Churchill's cousin the Duke of Marlborough dies aged 88 - passing title to his ex-convict son

    John George Vanderbilt Henry Spencer-Churchill, whose family seat is Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, died peacefully this morning, a spokesman said. FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Mail

  3. CommonWealth criticizes Henry over Telegram sale

    CommonWealth magazine editor Bruce Mohl has a very tough piece about Boston Globe owner John Henry in the new issue titled “The man who lied to Worcester.” Mohl, a former ... FULL ARTICLE AT Media Nation - Dan Kennedy

  4. Big 12 officials: No sportsmanship violations between Baylor player, Patterson

    By John Henry Big 12 Conference officials have reviewed the incident involving Baylor safety Orion Stewart and TCU coach Gary Patterson and determined that no sportsmanship violations occurred, Baylor athletic ... FULL ARTICLE AT Fort Worth Star-Telegram

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John Henry is an American folk hero, famous for having raced against a steam powered hammer and won, only to die in victory with his hammer in his hand. He has been the subject of numerous songs, stories, plays, and novels. The truth about John Henry as the strongest man alive is obscured by time and myth, but one legend has it that he was a slave born in Missouri in the 1840s and fought his... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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