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Soccer/Football Urban Legends History

Here are quick descriptions of each of the previous editions of Hockey Legends Revealed. To see if they are true or false, you have to click on the link! William Dean’s nickname “Dixie” came from his dark skin. Stephen Ireland faked a death of a grandmother to get out of his international duties with Team [...]

Hockey Urban Legends History

Here are quick descriptions of each of the previous editions of Hockey Legends Revealed. To see if they are true or false, you have to click on the link! * The H on the Canadien’s jerseys stands for “Habitants” * A team once traded a player twice on the same night! * Patrick Roy once [...]

Olympic Urban Legends History

Here are quick descriptions of each of the previous editions of Olympic Legends Revealed. To see if they are true or false, you have to click on the link! * Dan O’Brien missed out on competing in the 1992 Olympics due to an act of pride. * Olympic skiier Picabo Street was named after the [...]

Basketball Urban Legends History

Here are quick descriptions of each of the previous editions of Basketball Legends Revealed. To see if they are true or false, you have to click on the link! Danny Ainge once bit Tree Rollins during a playoff game. Jim Thorpe played professional basketball. Chuck Connors was once punished in a peculiar fashion for his [...]

Football Urban Legends History

Here are quick descriptions of each of the previous editions of Football Urban Legends Revealed. To see if they are true or false, you have to click on the link! * The NFL tried to trademark “The Big Game.” * A paternity test was done on George Gipp – almost seventy-seven years after he died! [...]

Baseball Urban Legends History

Here are quick descriptions of each of the previous editions of Baseball Legends Revealed. To see if they are true or false, you have to click on the link! * The New York Yankees were the first Major League Baseball team to regularly use uniform numbers. * Charlie Kerfeld sought to commemorate his uniform number [...]