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UMass Fans Prank Doug Flutie Statue, Flutie Reacts

Former Boston College quarterback Doug Flutie has an awesome statue on campus commemorating his epic Hail Mary pass. UMass fans decided to troll him and the Eagles by putting a UMass jersey on it and Flutie wasn’t thrilled. Ew pic.twitter.com/2lL54zBAoc — DOUG FLUTIE (@DougFlutie) August 27, 2014 The post UMass Fans Prank Doug Flutie Statue, Flutie Reacts appeared first on Diehardsport.
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12 hours ago  |  Discuss

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...
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1 day ago  |  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
2 days ago  |  Discuss

BC Pranked with UMass Jersey on Doug Flutie’s Statue (Photo)

The UMass Minutemen moved to the FBS in 2012, and it’s been tough years in football for the school. The record stands at 2-22 and this year won’t be any better with new coach Mark Whipple at the helm. However, the best way to get some laughs if you know it’s going to be a long season on the field is to have some fun with the other guys off the field. An obvious UMass fan decided...
Via BlackSportsOnline
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Doug Flutie’s TransAm, Kardashian VMAs Cleav & CLE Bride Throws Powder Like LeBron

  Soccer. Tennis. Baseball. Team USA basketball. That’s your Tuesday. Let your wife/girlfriend have the remote. Let her feel special for the next...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Top 10 All-Time Greatest Athlete-Sponsored Food Products (Photos)

Big-time professional athletes have their names stamped on just about everything. From shoe deals to television advertisements, players endorse a variety of products. But one thing athletes never shy away from is a good food sponsorship. New England Patriots star tight end Rob Gronkowski has his own line of cereal called Gronk Flakes. Gronkowski was inspired to make his own cereal...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Doug Flutie compares Johnny Manziel to Andrew Luck

According to Yahoo Sports, former NFL quarterback Doug Flutie spoke to an audience about Andrew Luck and Johnny Manziel. Flutie was very impressed with the way Luck stormed on to the NFL scene. I was a little surprised at his level of successes he had right away in the NFL, at just how good he was early on, Flutie said to SDC. But there’s no doubt in my mind that I felt confident...
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July 09, 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...
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June 24, 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 BlackSportsOnline
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 says NFL is becoming like the CFL

Flutie spent eight seasons in Canada. (ww2.bc.com) Quarterback Doug Flutie played for the Bills, Patriots, Chargers, and Bears in the NFL. However, during thr 1980′s, Flutie took his talent up North and played eight seasons in the Canadian Football League (CFL). Flutie believes the current pace and explosiveness of NFL games is becoming what the CFL has been for decades: “The...
Via Sports-Kings
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...
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May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Doug Flutie decided to run the Boston Marathon at the last minute

Former Boston College and NFL quarterback Doug Flutie decided to run the Boston Marathon at the last minute. Bleacher Report has the details. Flutie finished the marathon with a time of 5:23:54, according to the Boston Athletic Association. Not only did the former quarterback run, but Boston.com’sMatt Juul reported that Flutie’s team of runners raised $176,463 for the DougFlutie Jr...
Via Pro Football Zone
April 22, 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

Doug Flutie Ran Boston Marathon In USA Flag Shorts

[via @MatthewConyers]   Who would you take right now as a backup NFL quarterback: Brandon Weeden or Doug Flutie? This guy showed up…
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April 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Doug Flutie Takes Fantastic Boston Marathon Selfie

Doug Flutie snapped a fantastic Boston Marathon selfie in support of the city on Monday.
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April 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Blood moon, job Fails, Doug Flutie’s cheerleader daughter and more are winning the Internet today

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April 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Doug Flutie’s Daughter, Alexa, Makes 2014 Charger Girls Squad

  Alexa Flutie, Doug’s daughter, has put together a solid career as a San Diego Chargers cheerleader. It was announced this weekend that…
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April 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Dining Playbook Catches Up With Former BC Star Doug Flutie (Video)

On this week’s edition of “Dining Playbook,” Billy catches up with former NFL player and Boston College star Doug Flutie. The former Heisman Trophy winner is doing wonderful work with the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation For Autism, and he also enjoys great food in a relaxing environment. Check out the video above for more!  Filed under: Dining Playbook, NESN Video, Video
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April 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Buffalo Bills Take Twosday: Playoffs?! PLAYOFFS?!

Every Bills fan has dreamed of this day. The day the Buffalo Bills make it to the playoffs! 14 long years of waiting. Although you may call this article a little early, I call it looking to the future. Will this be the year the Bills finally make it? Let me review what Bills fans have endured. Do I even need to say it? The Music City miracle is where this mess began. Where Rob Johnson...
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April 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Flashback Friday: Hail Flutie

One of the most iconic finishes in the history of college football happened 30 years ago. With his team trailing and time running out, Doug Flutie had one last chance. With six seconds left, Flutie dropped back near midfield where he was flushed out of the pocket and let it rip down the field. Boston College receiver Gerald Phelan got behind the Miami Hurricanes defense and somehow...
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April 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Flashback Friday: Hail Flutie

One of the most iconic finishes in the history of college football happened 30 years ago. With his team trailing and time running out, Doug Flutie had one last chance. With six seconds left, Flutie dropped back near midfield where he was flushed out of the pocket and let it rip down the field. Boston College receiver Gerald Phelan got behind the Miami Hurricanes defense and somehow...
Via Bloguin Best
April 04, 2014  |  Discuss

“Gentle” Ben Williams is fondly remembered in Buffalo.

I believe that there is a lost team among the Buffalo Bills folklore. Many from the greatest generation remember the Buffalo Bills of the mid-60s and their back to back AFL championships. More still can’t forget the Jim Kelly led dynasty that propelled the team to four AFC Championships at the start of the 90s and many of us talk about the feisty Bills of the late 90s led by Doug...
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March 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Doug Flutie Wears Red Sox Shorts To Nationals Batting Practice (Photos)

Even as he took in batting practice with the Washington Nationals, Doug Flutie kept a little piece of Boston with him. The Natick, Mass., native, who was a guest at Red Sox spring training earlier this week, visited the Nats on Friday, where he was presented with his own personalized No. 22 jersey — the number he wore as a Heisman Trophy winner at Boston College. Flutie stayed...
Via NESN.com
March 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Where is Doug Flutie now? Doing wonderful things actually

If you were to look over Doug Flutie’s career football stats you would probably dismiss him as a player that never really accomplished anything notable in his career. Fans in Buffalo however remember a savior that won important games for us and gave us hope that wasn’t there under our injured starter Rob Johnson. The man had such an impact on the Buffalo community they gave him...
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February 08, 2014  |  Discuss
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