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Everyone needs to stop bickering because Everything Will Be Okay
I just witnessed one of the best comebacks in NFL history.
Everything Will Be Okay:
Coach Arians can handle the Head Coaching position
Grigson has a method to his madness and knows what he doing
Coby Fleener will be a GREAT NFL player
The Receiving Corps can replace Austin Collie
The OL will gel together
Everything Will Be Okay!!!!!!!
NFL Films president Steve Sabol has died from the brain tumor he was diagnosed with 18 months ago.
For Everyone out there who thinks the season is over just because the Colts lost just remember Everything is Okay.
Is Everyone who lives in Indiana or the Midwest ready for the remnants of Isaac?
The Pony Express makes first run from St. Joseph's, Missouri to Sacramento, California
Richmond is Captured
Billy The Kid is killed
Jack the Ripper slayings begin
Oscar Wilde Libel Case opens
Joseph Stalin becomes General Secretary of the Soviet Union Communist Party
Japanese begin attack on Bataan Peninsula
The Leader of the Bataan Death March is executed
The Marshall Plan is signed by Harry Truman
The Leadbeader Possum is rediscovered
The First Mobile Phone Call is made
The Unabomber is arrested in Montana
April 3 Births
1823-Edward Everett Hale
1907-Iron Eyes Cody
1959-David Hyde Pierce
April 3 Deaths
1.Can You name the 3 home stadiums of the modern Baltimore/Indianapolis Colts?
2.What was the original color scheme of the Baltimore Colts?
3.What is the current Colt color scheme?
4.Name the Colts Championship years?
5.Name the Colt Mascots?
6.What sideline attraction the Colts have first in the NFL?
7.Name the League/Conference History of the Colts?
8.What original NFL team can the Colts trace their lineage to?
9.What league did the original Baltimore Colts a part of?
10.Name 5 Colt Hall of Famers?
11.What are the retired Colt jerseys?
12. What players are in the Ring of Honor?
13.Who was the first draft pick of the Colts?
14.Who did the Colts pick #1 in 1955?
15.What future Hall of Famer did the Colts select with the 10 pick of the 1960 draft?
16.In what years did the Colts not have a 1st round pick?
17.Can You name the Colts Colt Lineage?
18.What Coach won the fewest games as a Colt Coach?
19.In what Indiana town did Weeb Ewbank grow up?
20.Can you name the 5 interim coaches in Colt history?
Answers to come....
The United States House of Representatives have first quorom and elect Frederick its first Speaker of the House
Samuel Morey patents the internal combustion engine
The Wrigley Company is founded in Chicago
The Royal Air Force is formed
Adolph Hitler is sentenced to 5 years for his role in the "Beer Hall Putsch"
Spanish Civil War Ends
Russians set up land blockade of West Berlin
President Eisenhower establishes the United States Air Force Academy
The United States Department of Transportation begins operation
Apple Inc. is formed
Iran officially overthrows its Shah
Croatia and Albania join NATO
April 1 Births
1883-Lon Chaney Sr.
April 1 Deaths
1946-Noah Beery Jr.
Port of Boston closed by the3 British Government
The ports of Japan were opened to American trade by Commodore Matthew Perry signing the Treaty of Kanagawa
The Eifel Tower opened
The Intercollegiate Athletic Association of the United States(NCAA) is established
Construction of the RMS Titanic begins
The US take possession of the Danish East Indies and rename them the US Virgin Islands
Daylight Savings in the USA goes into effect for the first time
The Hays Code goes into effect covering Motion Pictures
Knute Rockne killed in plane crash near Bazaar, Kansas
The 14th Dalai Lama is granted assylum in India
The First WrestleMania takes place in Madison Square Garden
The USS Missouri is decommisioned
Selena is murdered
March 31 Births
March 31 Deaths
1727-Sir Isaac Newton
1850-John C. Calhoun
The Florida Territory is created
Ether Anesteshia is used for the first time
Bleeding Kansas-Border Ruffians move in from Missouri to vote in a Pro-Slavery Legislature
Alaska is purchased by the US known as Sewards Folly
Texas is readmitted to the Union after Reconstruction
The Queensboro Bridge opens
The University of Southern Mississippi is founded
The Easter Offensive starts in Vietnam
President Reagan is shot
March 30 Births
1853-Vincent van Gogh
March 30 Deaths
2010Jaime Escalante--Subject of the film Stand and Deliver
Swedish colonists establish first European settlement in Delaware
Appomattox Campaign begins
Royal Albert Hall in London is oprned
The Knights of Columbus are established
Dr. John Pemberton brews first batch of Coca-Cola
Adolf Hitler receives 44.5 million votes out of 45.5 million people(99%) in referendum to reoccupation the Rhineland
The Rosenbergs are convicted of treason
Lt. William Calley is convicted of premeditated murder and sentenced to life in prison for his role in the My Lai Massacre
The Jury recommends the death penalty for Charles Manson and three female followers
Mariner 10 reaches Mercury
March 29 Births
1902-Don Miller-Member of Notre Dame's Four Horseman
1917-Man O' War
1943-Sir John Major
March 29 Deaths
Have You moved over from Colts Direct or are you new and what was your CD moniker?
I moved over from MyColts and Colts Direct I was known as Princeton Tiger and Scot Anmdrew Plemmons.
French and Britian declare war on Russia in the Crimean War
1920 Palm Sunday Tornado outbreak
Constantinople and Angora change their names to Instanbul and Ankara
The Three Mile Island disater starts
Jesse Owens awawrded Congressional Gold Medal
March 28 Births
1889-August Anheuser Busch Jr.
1903-Charles Starrett-Durango Kid
1905-Pandro S. Berman
March 28 Deaths
1969-Dwight D. Eisenhower
The Book of Mormon is published in Palmyra, New York
Anwar al-Sadat Menachem Began and Jimmy Carter sign the Israel-Egypt Peace Treaty
Heaven's Gate suicides
The "Melissa Worm" attacks Microsoft email acounts
A Michigan jury convicts Dr. Jack Kevorkian of 2nd Degree Murder
March 26 Births
March 26 Deaths
Gibson Generating Station in Princeton is the 3rd Largest Coal Powered Power Plant in the World
Princeton is also the home to Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana
Indiana means "Land of Indians
Vincennes was Indiana's Territorial Capitol
Corydon was the states first capitol beating out forgotten communities like Patoka(Gibson County) and Medora(Jackson County)
The State nickname is "Crossroads of America" due to its numerous raillines and roads
The City of Gary was named after US Steel Founding Chairman Elbert Gary
People from Indiana
Johnny Applessed(Fort Wayne)
Jonathon Jennings(1st Governor)
Ambrose Burnsides(Liberty-American General and Namesake of the sideburns)
George Rogers Clark(Clarksville)
Birch Bayh(Terre Haute)
Schuyler Colfax(South Bend)
Eugene V. Debs(Terre Haute)
Charles W. Fairbanks(Indianapolis)
John W. Foster(Evansville)
William Henry Harrison(Vincennes)
Thomas A. Hendricks(Indianapolis)
Abraham Lincoln(Spencer County)
Oliver P. Morton(Centerville)
John Roberts(Lomg Beach)
Theodore Dresser(Terre Haute)
Paul Dresser(Terre Haute)
Vivica A. Fox(Indianapolis)
Carole Lombard(Fort Wayne)
Shelley Long(Fort Wayne)
Steve McQueen(Beech Grove;Indianapolis)
David Lee Roth(Bloomington)
Scatman Crothers(Terre Haute)
Edd Roush(Oakland City)
Ken Dilger(Mariah Hill)
Tommy John(Terre Haute)
Steve Alford(New Castle)
Larry Bird(French Lick)
Chuck Taylor(Brown County)
Jay Cutler(Santa Claus)
Steve Weatherford(Terre Haute)
Cam Cameron(Terre Haute)
Len Dawson(West Lafayette)
Ryan Newman(South Bend)
James Whitcomb Riley(Greenfield)
Gene Stratton Porter(Wabash County)
Amelia Earhart(West Lafayette)
D. C. Stephenson(Evansville)
The Final Four set:
#1 Kentucky vs #4 Louisville
#2 Oho State vs #2 Kansas
Both games are rematches from non-conference matchups from the early season and game one marks the next leg in Kentucky's Rival Run to the title
Go Big Blue
Venice is founded
Sir Walter Raleigh is granted a patent to colonize Virginia
Slavery is abolished in Great Britian
MLK Jr and other civil rights leaders complete the march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama
The Columbia arrives at JFK Space Center
March 25 Births
March 25 Deaths
1999-Cal Ripken Sr.
info from Wikipedia
The Acts of Union 1707 are signed uniting the Kingdoms of England and Scotland creating Great Britian
The Brandenburg Concertos are dedicated by Johann Sebastian Bach
The Quartering Act is passed requiring the American Colonist to Quarter British Troops
The Mormon leader Joseph Smith Jr. is tarred and feathered in Hiram, Ohio
Ground is broken for the New York Subway connecting Manhattan and Brooklyn by Mayor Robert Anderson Van Wyk
76 Allied Prisoners escape setting the events for the movie "The Great Escape"
Elvis Pressley is drafted into the Army
The Exxon Valdez Oil Spill
Jonesboro Massacre-School Shootings
NATO commences bombing raids of Kosovo
March 24 Births
1887-Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle
1915-"Gorgeous" George Wagner
1944-R. Lee Ermey
March 24 Deaths
1882-Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Hello Colts fans from Princeton, Indiana
Source: Draft Reminder-The Sky is not Falling
On Monday, Princeton Community High School and the entire Princeton Community suffered a great loss with the sudden death of 15 year Guidance Counselor Jim Dexter.
Mr. Dexter, who was an avid football fan and Green Bay Packer, leaves behind a wife and 4 children.
Source: The Indiana Football Digest's Honor Roll -- Week Nine
As a School Employee who comes from a teaching family(both parents, 2 Aunts, 2 Uncles, and a little sister) today's event were very devastating.
For everyone in Euclid's path: Be Safe