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John Henry

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  1. Close losses give Big 12 source of pride

    By John Henry The job of coach requires not only one to wear many hats, but also many faces. So on the outside, Big 12 football coaches predictably said better-than-expected ... FULL ARTICLE AT Fort Worth Star-Telegram

  2. No. 1 Florida State escapes Oklahoma State’s upset bid

    By John Henry Florida State’s expected waltz across Texas this weekend more resembled the helter-skelter commotion of a mosh pit at a punk rock concert. In the end, though ... FULL ARTICLE AT Fort Worth Star-Telegram

  1. New-look North Texas eager for game against Texas

    By John Henry North Texas will admittedly carry with it to Austin the edge of a romantic dealing with unrequited love. “Texas passed up pretty much all of us,” quarterback ... FULL ARTICLE AT Fort Worth Star-Telegram

  2. Mario Edwards Jr.: Florida State might be even better this year

    By John Henry As a senior at Denton Ryan High School, Mario Edwards Jr.’s choice of colleges extended from coast to coast across the land of the free and ... FULL ARTICLE AT Fort Worth Star-Telegram

  3. By John Henry Arlington Bowie’s defense showed up 24 minutes late for the Volunteers’ season opener against Dallas Jesuit on Friday night.But the Volunteers’ defensive unit dug in ... FULL ARTICLE AT Fort Worth Star-Telegram

  1. Reg Baker resigns from Hawaii Medical Assurance Association

    Reg Baker, executive vice president, chief financial officer and chief operating officer of the Hawaii Medical Assurance Association, will resign from the health insurance company next week. Baker, who has ... FULL ARTICLE AT Pacific Business News

  2. Steep learning curve awaits young Oklahoma State

    By John Henry The team Oklahoma State introduces to a national television audience on Saturday is one that might draw as much inspiration from the words of Mr. Rogers as ... 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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