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DOUG FLUTIE RUMORS & GOSSIP

Doug Flutie Does Not Approve Of His Statue Being Defaced By A UMass Jersey

UMass and Boston College will meet for the first time as FBS teams at Gillette Stadium on Saturday and it seems like UMass has fired the first shot in what it obviously hopes will be a heated rivalry. It was reported on Tuesday that a maroon no. 3 UMass jersey was draped over Boston College’s Doug Flutie statue and a photo of the UMass-ed Flutie was trumpeted by Gold Group, a marketing...
Via Next Impulse Sports
August 27, 2014  |  Discuss

UMass Fans Give Boston College’s Doug Flutie Statue A Makeover (Photo)

The Minutemen have fired their shots. In anticipation of the “Battle for the Bay State” football game, one UMass fan — or maybe a few — decided to switch Doug Flutie’s allegiances. The statue of the legendary Boston College quarterback was discovered Tuesday morning wearing a UMass jersey. Someone put a @UMASSFootball jersey on the @DougFlutie Statue @BostonCollege...
Via NESN.com
August 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Doug Flutie: NFL Becoming More Like The CFL

Doug Flutie is an expert on the similarities between the NFL and CFL. Flutie spent eight years in the CFL after struggling to gain any traction during his first NFL stint.  The man who played for four different NFL teams wrote a column Tuesday for TheMMQB’s “Canada Week” about his time in the CFL.   In the piece,  Flutie said that hat the NFL looks a lot like the CFL...
Via Thacover2
June 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Doug Flutie says NFL becoming more like CFL

A man who has played both in the CFL and NFL, is starting to see the NFL becoming like Canada. Former quarterback Doug Flutie who played eight seasons in the CFL before returning to the NFL, says the excitement in the NFL is turning into the same excitement that the CFL has had. Flutie wrote […]
Via Full Scale Sports
June 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Doug Flutie Selling Natick, Mass. Mansion For Just Under $1.7 Million

Former Boston College and New England Patriots quarterback Doug Flutie is no stranger to moving. The Heisman trophy winner played for nine different teams in three different leagues during his career, before he eventually found his way back to Natick, Mass. where he went to high school. But like many New England residents, Flutie packed up and moved to the sunny shores of Florida...
Via NESN.com
May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Doug Flutie raised over a 176k for Autsim by running Boston Marathon

@DougFlutie: Sooo…woke up today & decided to run the @bostonmarathon just picked up my number & heading to the sox game #yup This is how the 51 year old Former Heisman Trophy winner decided to run in the Boston Marathon. It was a last minute decision that raised over 176k dollars for Autism. Flutie finished […] The post Doug Flutie raised over a 176k for Autsim by running...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
April 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Troy Flutie, Son Of Doug Flutie, Commits To Boston College To Play Football

This shouldn’t come as a major surprise to most college football fans, but Troy Flutie, son of Boston College legend Doug Flutie, has committed to play football for the Eagles. The news was first reported on Twitter by EagleAction, the Rivals.com affiliate for Boston College. It is presumed that he will join the team as a walk-on: Troy Flutie has committed to #bceagles #wearebc...
Via College Spun
June 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Doug Flutie's daughter, Alexa, now a Chargers cheerleader

Like father, like daughter. Alex Flutie may no longer be a New England Patriots cheerleader, but that doesn’t mean she was ready to call it a cheerleader career and hang up the pom poms. Alexa, who happens to be Doug Flutie’s daughter, has moved on to warmer weather and joined the Chargers 2012 squad in San Diego. According to the Chargers website, Flutie has made the first...
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 21, 2012  |  Discuss

Alexa Flutie Returns To San Diego For Chargers Girl Tryouts

You might remember that Doug Flutie spent four seasons as the QB of the San Diego Chargers. Those weren’t exactly memorable years for Doug as he went 8-14 and had his final NFL start in 2004. Flash-forward eight years and another Flutie is hoping to erase the bad memories in southern California. Alexa Flutie (attended La Jolla High) is returning to her one-time home where she participated...
Via Busted Coverage
April 17, 2012  |  Discuss

NFL rewind: Doug Flutie sparks ‘Flutie-mania’ for the Bills

Doug Flutie had a bumpy road in his NFL career, but no matter the destination through hard work and determination he would always end up a winner. It can be argued that no one ever jump started the Buffalo Billslike Doug Flutie did in 1998. The journey man started “Flutie-mania” and was named the AP Comeback
Via The Penalty Flag
April 01, 2012  |  Discuss
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