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NFL | Shula pulling for New York

Sun, 27 Jan 2008 16:24:03 -0800

Mike Bianchi, of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, reports former NFL head coach Don Shula said he will be rooting for the New York Giants in Super Bowl XLII, but will be the first one to congratulate the New England Patriots if they win.

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Chargers | Schottenheimer wins 200th regular-season game

Sun, 31 Dec 2006 21:40:50 -0800

The Associated Press reports San Diego Chargers head coach Marty Schottenheimer won his 200th regular-season game Week 17. Schottenheimer joins former head coaches Don Shula, George Halas, Tom Landry and Curly Lambeau in the exclusive club.

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Dolphins | Shula happy with team's direction

Wed, 19 Jul 2006 06:52:20 -0700

Greg Cote, of the Miami Herald, reports former Miami Dolphins head coach Don Shula is excited about the Dolphins in 2006. "Nick Saban has got 'em headed in the right direction, after about nine years of not heading in the right direction," Shula said of Miami's second-year coach. "Saban looks like he has a knack of getting guys ready to play big games, and, from what I've seen, a great attention to detail."

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Dolphins | Champagne story denied by Shula

Tue, 22 Nov 2005 19:50:56 -0800

George Diaz, of the Orlando Sentinel, reports former Miami Dolphins head coach Don Shula said there isn't a big celebratory champagne bash whenever a team falls short of matching the 1972 Miami Dolphins as the only undefeated squad in NFL history. "That's probably the most-talked-about thing that just doesn't happen," Shula, the former Dolphins coach, said during a national conference call Tuesday, Nov. 22. "We've got players scattered all across the country. Nick Buoniconti, Bob Griese and Dick Anderson all live in Coral Gables, and they'll go to a parking lot and open a bottle of champagne, but those three are too cheap to invite the rest of us down there." Shula said the Indianapolis Colts have been looking very good in their effort to go undefeated. "We've been accused of being angry, old men and just hoping and praying that the last team would lose, and that's not true," Shula said. "If the Colts do it, I'd be the first guy to call (Colts head coach Tony) Dungy and congratulate him, and I'm sure our players would congratulate their players."

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Patriots | Shula Says Team Could Go Undefeated

Tue, 05 Oct 2004 22:14:01 -0700

Patriots.com reports former Miami Dolphins head coach Don Shula, who led his 1972 team to the perfect undefeated season, considers the New England Patriots a threat to go undefeated and break his team's record for most consecutive wins in one season. "I think they have a real shot at it," Shula said during an NFL conference call. "They have to win a lot of games to do it, and they've got tough teams down the road, but what they've accomplished, you have to think they certainly are a legitimate threat to do it. They're a team that's solid in every way, from ownership to the coaching to the players."

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NFL | Miami Sports Writer Braucher Passes Away

Sat, 27 Mar 2004 10:59:17 -0800

SportsLine.com reports Bill Braucher, a former sports writer for the Miami Herald, passed away from lung cancer Friday, March 26. He was 77. Braucher was credited for helping to lure Hall of Fame head coach Don Shula to the Miami Dolphins. "He was instrumental in me coming here and that's something that changed my life," Shula said.

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Dolphins | Shula Willing To Talk About VP Job

Mon, 09 Feb 2004 17:02:21 -0800

Rick Stroud, of the St. Petersburg Times, reports Hall of Fame coach Don Shula is willing to talk with the Miami Dolphins about their vice president job.

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