Most of us remember Deuce McAllister as the pudgy kid with the bright smile that was the lone glimmer of hope on an otherwise decrepit New Orleans Saints squad.
In fact, McAllister still holds the Saints’ all time records for career rushing yards (6,096) and career rushing touchdowns (55).
Even after retiring in 2010, McAllister’s life has been ‘saintly’ (for the most part...
Former Ole Miss RB Deuce McAllister has a unique perspective when it comes to the Egg Bowl. He played in four, and he was involved in one of the more notorious moments in the rivalry's history - the pregame fight at mid-field in 1997.
Former Ole Miss football star Deuce McAllister, who played eight seasons in the NFL as a running back for the New Orleans Saints, doesn’t seem to think that the developing story regarding Rebels players allegedly “heckling” student actors during the school’s rendition of “The Laramie Project” is particularly newsworthy. For those playing catch up, it was reported that...
This is an actual painting you can buy here. I like that the game is being shot out of the bed of a truck.
Earlier today, it was announced the 2013 version of the Egg Bowl will be played Thanksgiving night on, as former Hoover High School head coach and star of MTV's Two-a-Days Rush Probst liked to say, "ESPN1, not ESPN2 or the U, but ESPN1." This year's...
The state of Mississippi has a rich history when it comes to producing college level running back prospects. Walter Payton, Deuce McAllister, Jerious Norwood and current San Francisco 49er Anthony Dixon are all products of Mississippi High School programs. A new crop of talented runners are ready to add to their home state's legacy.
The Saints announced yesterday that Tom Benson, Deuce McAllister and Steve Gleason are all headed to the Saints Hall of Fame. Benson and McAllister are inductees, whereas Gleason will have a wing of the building named after him. Deuce remains my favorite all time Saint and Gleason isn't far behind, so those two in particular are really special. As for Tom Benson, I'm a little...
A tentative agreement has been reached to settle a federal lawsuit between former New Orleans Saints running back Deuce McAllister and Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp. over his failed car dealership in Mississippi, court records said.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Linda Anderson said Tuesday in a filing in U.S. District Court in Jackson that the parties have seven days to finalize the deal...
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April 18, 2012
Deuce McAllister has a Super Bowl ring. The New Orleans Saints defeated the Indianapolis Colts in Super Bowl XLIV. McAllister was on the roster.
A federal judge in Mississippi is giving attorneys for former New Orleans Saints running back Deuce McAllister and Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp. more time to negotiate a settlement in a lawsuit between them over the football star's failed Jackson auto dealership.
A court filing late Thursday said that ''because progress was demonstrated'' U.S. Magistrate Judge...
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January 06, 2012