Bill Polian

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Bill Polian is an iconic manger in the National Football league. He led a tenure with the Buffalo Bills as their pro personnel director and general manager. He's also done managing stints with the Carolina Panthers and Indianapolis Colts. He is known for turning teams around quickly and turning them into winners. He's had many of his teams go to... read full bio

Bill Rasmussen

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Cynopsis Sports Hall of Famer Bill Rasmussen is the founder of ESPN, and former radio/ television broadcaster. Only fourteen months after Rasmussen came up with the idea for an all-sports cable TV network, ESPN was on the air. The concept was a true innovation in the sports and television worlds. A seasoned entrepreneur and sports fan, Rasmussen became a pioneer... read full bio

Bill Russell

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Bill Russell is a former shortstop, coach and manager for the MLB. He played his entire eighteen-year career with the Los Angeles Dodgers as the starting shortstop for four National League winners and one World Series championship team. Russell also served as the teams manager for two years. He was the clubs everyday shortstop for eleven years, anchoring an infield... read full bio

Bill Walton

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The lessons Bill Walton learned on the basketball court became life lessons that served him well throughout his sports, broadcasting and business careers. Walton was named NBAs Most Valuable Player; to the All-NBA First Team; NBA All-Star Team twice; NBA Playoffs MVP; All-NBA second team; and winner of the NBA Sixth Man Award. Walton is one of only four players... read full bio

Bill Wennington

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Bill Wennington is a retired Canadian professional basketball player for the NBA. He won three NBA championships in his time with the Chicago Bulls as a center. He has represented Canada in the 1984 Olympics and also in the 1983 World University Games where he won Canada the bronze. One huge accomplishment he has had is that he has been... read full bio

Billie Moore

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Billie Moore is a basketball coach. She was the first coach in women's basketball history to lead teams from two different schools to national championships. Her overall college coaching record is 436-196. Moore started her coaching experience as an assistant at Southern Illinois University where she pursued her Master's degree. Moore coached teams would make it to the Final Four... read full bio

Billy Donovan

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Prior to coaching the Oklahoma City Thunder, Billy Donovan spent nineteen seasons at the University of Florida, where he coached the Florida Gators to two NCAA championships. His unmatched coaching skills have produced more wins than any other coach in the history of the Florida basketball program, and he coached the Gators to more NCAA tournament appearances, NCAA tournament wins,... read full bio

Billy Kidd

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A silver medalist in the slalom at the 1964 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck, Billy Kidd was the first American man to earn an Olympic medal in alpine skiing. Both Kidd and Heuga were just 20 years old at the time. Kidd also took third in the combined, then a non-medal event in the Olympics. He finished 8th in the giant... read full bio

Billy Knight

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As the former Executive Vice President & GM of the Atlanta Hawks (2003-2008), Billy Knight understood that a total transformation was needed, and that change would not happen overnight. His fundamental belief was to develop ones own talent; and maintain enough financial room to acquire the best talent without handicapping the future of the franchise. Knights Atlanta Hawks roster was... read full bio

Billy Ray Smith

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Billy Ray Smith is a former NFL Linebacker for the San Diego Chargers. He was drafted as the 5th pick in the 1st round of the 1983 NFL Draft and was the first defensive player taken in the draft. Billy was the Chargers team MVP, and the team defensive player of the year. Smith was voted Second-team All-AFC... read full bio

Billy Ripken

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Billy Ripken is a retired professional baseball player who played in the MLB for 11 years. He played as an infielder for the Baltimore Orioles, the Texas Rangers, the Cleveland Indians, and the Detroit Tigers. He is the younger brother of very popular baseball player and Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr. He was a light hitter, better known... read full bio

Billy Sims

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Billy Sims is a former college and professional football player. At the University of Oklahoma, Billy became the sixth junior to win the coveted Heisman Memorial Trophy Award. Sims was the nation's leading rusher and scorer, averaging 160.1 yards and 10.9 points. Billy Sims set the Big Eight Conference single season rushing record of 1,762 yards on 231 carries... read full bio

Bjorn Borg

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Bjorn Borg is a former World Number 1 tennis player from Sweden. He won 11 Grand slam singles titles, five consecutive Wimbledon singles titles and six French Open singles titles which was a world record until Rafael Nadal broke it. His statistics are amazing and he is considered one of the greatest tennis players of all time. He won 42%... read full bio

Blair O'Neal

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Pro golfer Blair O'Neal is a member of the LPGA Symetra Tour and former member of the Ladies European Tour. She has been a quarter finalist of the World Long Drive Championship, two-time qualifier for the final stage of LPGA qualifying school, and Top-10 finish at the Diamond Resorts Invitational. Blair won Golf Channel's Big Break: Dominican Republic, and was... read full bio

Bo Jackson

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Flying objects are soaring through Bo Jacksons yard. Theyre not footballs or baseballs. Theyre arrows, being launched from the retired NFL and MLB players bow. With superhuman athletic talent, Jackson rose to fame in the 1980s as the first athlete to be named an All-Star in two major, professional leagues. From the gridiron to the diamond, he was a dominant... read full bio

Bob Boomer Brown

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Bob Brown nicknamed The Boomer\ is a former American football offensive tackle in the National Football. He was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles as the second overall pick in the 1964 NFL Draft. He played for the Eagles, Rams, and the Oakland Raiders. Bob was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1993, and into the Pro Football... read full bio

Bob Costas

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Providing play-by-play for MLB Network and hosting Studio 42, Bob Costas adds another chapter to his long and diverse career in sports television. Bob previously hosted the prime time Sunday night broadcast of top NFL games on NBC Sports, including playoff games and two super bowls over six years. Bob has also previously hosted HBO sports and entertainment programs. Bob... read full bio

Bob Cousy

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Bob Cousy is a former American professional basketball player. Cousy played point guard with the Boston Celtics and briefly with the Cincinnati Royals. Cousy first demonstrated his basketball abilities while playing for his high school varsity team in his junior year. He obtained a scholarship to the College of the Holy Cross, where he led the Crusaders to berths in... read full bio

Bob Estes

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Bob Estes first played golf at age 4 and decided to become a professional golfer at age 12. Estes attended the University of Texas from 19841988, and was a member of the golf team. He won the 1988 Haskins Award for most outstanding collegiate golfer in the nation. Estes had four PGA Tour victories between 1994 and 2002. He is... read full bio

Bob Gibson

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Born in Omaha, Nebraska, Bob Gibson overcame childhood illness to excel in youth sports, particularly basketball and baseball. After briefly playing under contract to both the basketball Harlem Globetrotters team and the St. Louis Cardinals organization, Gibson decided to only continue playing baseball professionally. He became known a fierce competitor and very intense player. He was the starting pitcher in... read full bio



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