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Like Father, Like Son?

Marquez Dupree Is A Hot shot High School Running Back In Mississippi. His Dad, Marcus Dupree, May Have Been The Best There Ever Was And He Never Lived Up To His Reputation After High School.

October 18, 2000By Mike Bianchi of The Sentinel Staff

PHILADELPHIA, Miss. The lawyers and laborers, the bankers and bricklayers, the cops cheap nfl jerseys and cotton pickers stand together along the fence lining the high school football field in rural Mississippi.

Moths and mosquitoes swarm the Friday night lights. The band plays an off key rendition of what sounds like Whole Lotta Love. The cheerleaders are wiggling and giggling and imploring the crowd to, "Stand up and holler!"

About this time, Marquez Dupree, a running back for Philadelphia High School, takes a pitch, stutter steps and explodes through a hole for a 67 yard touchdown. Normally, this would be cause for unfettered celebration, but instead it sparks another round of endless comparisons among the railbirds.

"He's good, but he ain't his daddy," says Jimmy the bricklayer, spitting a stream of tobacco juice through yellowed teeth.

"You right; his pappy used to do that about six times a game," a cotton farmer named Lonnie agrees.

Bobby Luke, standing nearby, is wholesale nfl jerseys more blunt: "Marquez isn't one tenth the player his father was."

And Luke is the assistant principal of Philadelphia High School, a man you'd figure to be obligated to sell Marquez to an out of cheap nfl jerseys town reporter.

Philadelphia High Coach Steve Cheatham shakes his head sadly when told of the comments.

"There's a lot of pressure on the kid too much pressure," he says. "Honestly, I'll be glad when he gets away from Philadelphia and gets into college somewhere. Every time he touches the ball here, everybody thinks he's supposed to take it the distance like his daddy did. And when he doesn't, they start hollering and fussing at him. It's hard. I feel sorry for the kid."

No matter how fast he runs or how hard he tries, the son never can escape his father's myth. On this particular Friday night, Marcus Dupree sits in the bleachers and watches his son play. But it is every Friday night and every Thursday night and every day and every night of his life that this 17 year old feels daddy's legend hovering overhead.


Marquez Dupree is a 6 foot, 205 pound senior at wholesale jerseys Philadelphia, the same Class 3A high school where his father played a generation ago. The son has rushed for 751 yards and eight touchdowns on 80 carries this season, helping the Tornadoes to an 8 0 record and a No. 2 state ranking. Although he runs the 40 yard dash in 4.4 seconds and is considered one of the top college prospects in Mississippi, the first question recruiters always ask is this: "Is he as good as his daddy?"

"It gets old," Marquez admits. "Sometimes it seems like no matter what I do, it's not good enough. Trying to live up to other people's expectations can drive you crazy."

What's it like to be Marcus Dupree's son playing high school football in Mississippi? Imagine being a boy named Kennedy going into politics in Massachusetts. Or a boy named Rupp coaching basketball in Kentucky.

Marcus Dupree is the greatest high school player ever to play in a state that canonizes high school football heroes. Greater than Walter Payton or Jerry Rice or Brett Favre or Archie Manning or Hugh Green. Some, such as former Oklahoma coach Barry Switzer, say Marcus Dupree isn't just the greatest high school player from Mississippi but the greatest high school player ever.

"Comparing Marcus to Hercules might be unfair because Marcus was a hell of a lot faster than Hercules," Switzer wrote in his autobiography, Bootlegger's Boy.

Marcus was a freakish 6 2, 225 pound amalgamation of freight train and Concorde jet. He could bench press 400 pounds and run the 100 yard dash in 9.7 seconds.

He returned nine kickoffs for touchdowns as a high school freshman. By the time he was finished at Philadelphia High in 1981, he had run for more yards (5,284) and scored more touchdowns (87) than any high school player in Mississippi history. And he wasn't just a running back, he was a folk hero.

Willie Morris, a Mississippi novelist, even wrote a book bearing his name The Courting of Marcus Dupree, an irony rich exegesis on sports and race in the modern South.

But there was one problem with Marcus Dupree: He was so big and so fast that everything came easy for him too easy. He had an entourage before entourages became the rage. In fact, Switzer claims that when Dupree took a recruiting visit to Oklahoma in 1981, he brought a sports agent with him to help broker a deal. Switzer signed him anyway.

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When New Yorkers last saw Jerry Rice he was chewing up the Jets secondary and spitting their season of promise out in the form of a 38 24 Raiders wild card playoff victory on Jan. 12 Cheap Snapbacks in Oakland.

The legendary Rice torched the Jets secondary that night, catching nine passes for 183 yards and a TD. A 6 handicap, Rice shot a respectable first round 81 compared to my 87.

All the while we played, I thought about how Rice performance in ending the Jets season essentially led to the nearly complete dismantling of the Jets secondary in a series of offseason moves.

first time we played (the Jets) I had to leave (practice) during the week to be with my father, who was sick, so I didn chi flat irons prepare the way I wanted to, Rice recalled of the regular season finale, which the Jets won to earn a playoff berth. second time, I studied film and looked at what their corners did against us and I knew I have some activity. The Hall of Fame bound Rice wasn running any deep routes or scoring any TDs yesterday, though he did hit a few long drives and make more than his share of putts with his belly button putter.

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you hit that perfect shot, Rice was saying, like scoring a Wholesale Snapbacks Hats touchdown for chi flat iron website me. Football is easy compared to golf. This game doesn offer any promises or have any sympathy for you. You can blame anybody but yourself. Rice will be back at it for an 18th NFL season. Unfortunately for the Jets, they play the Raiders in Oakland again in 2002.

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Stein makes presence felt for Kentucky

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Kentucky Willie Cauley Stein goes for the block against Providence Tyler Harris. Cauley Stein had nine blocks in Kentucky victory.(Photo: Noah K. It's easy to latch onto a big name and an oft told narrative. It's been easy cheap evening dresses to look at this No. 4 Kentucky team through the lens of Julius Randle.

Sure, there are other freshmen on this squad, plenty others who were McDonald's All Americans a year ago, too. And yes, there were a few returning players from last year's never talk about it again NIT team.

But Randle was and is flashy; his name belongs in discussions with Andrew Wiggins' and Jabari Parker's and early debates about who should go No. 1 in the 2014 NBA draft.

BOX SCORE: Kentucky 79, Providence 65

But Sunday night's 79 65 win against Providence is a reminder of one thing: There is more to this Wildcats team than Randle.

4 POINT PLAY: Memphis takes down Oklahoma State

With Randle struggling at Cheap NFL Jerseys times (shooting 4 for 10 from the field) and having to fight through at least a couple of Friars defenders cheap prom dresses online each time he got the ball in the paint it opened up the stage for Kentucky center Willie Cauley Stein, who had no problem stepping into the spotlight. Cauley Stein flirted with a triple double, tallying 15 points, nine blocks and eight rebounds while energizing and leading the Wildcats' improved defensive effort.

UPSET: No. 16 North Carolina falls to UAB

Cauley Stein's shot blocking harkens back to the not so long ago days of Nerlens Noel and Anthony Davis. Through this season's first eight games, Cauley Stein has swatted away 31 shots. To compare, Noel had 25 and Davis had 36 through eight games during their seasons at Kentucky.

Cauley Stein said the biggest difference in his shot blocking ability from last year to now is awareness. "In the past, I was hesitant," he said. "Now, I'm just going. My game plan going into the game I just trying to block everything."

The knock on Cauley Stein's game has often been that, despite his defensive talents, he lacked the ability to be an offensive threat. After scoring 15 Sunday night, Cauley Stein admitted his offense feeds off his defense. Because he was flying around the court blocking shots and grabbing rebounds, he didn't have time to overanalyze what he was doing offensively.

Kentucky coach John Calipari credited Cauley Stein's improved fitness.

"He's playing harder longer," Calipari said. "He's in good enough shape that he can continue to play. To have nine blocks in a game like this, big time, big time.

"I'm proud of him. He's come a long way."

Despite Cauley Stein's spectacular stat line, Calipari said guard Aaron Harrison was "the one who changed the game" Sunday night. In the second half, Harrison guarded and helped limit Providence guard Bryce Cotton, who finished the night with 23 points. Harrison did what his twin brother, point guard Andrew, couldn't do, Calipari said. Aaron Harrison also chipped in 15 points and four assists, playing at times in place of his brother, who struggled with foul trouble Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale much of the game.

All of these developments the sustained defensive intensity, Cauley Stein's rim protecting ability, Aaron Harrison stepping up bode well for Kentucky moving forward.

These Wildcats are still young, which means they have plenty of room for improvement and growth. It also means, as Calipari pointed out, they're still practicing like "eighth graders" (meaning they still do basic drills, like tying players' arms behind their backs to force them to move with their feet on defense).

Instead of worrying about wins and losses at this point, Calipari said he is focusing on making sure his team plays with intensity, making sure it defends and making sure it communicates.

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Top NFL Quarterbacks of All Time

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This article lists the top NFL quarterbacks of all time measured by career touchdown passes. Each quarterback's narrative includes his career touchdown passes, touchdown per attempt rate, touchdown interception ratio, and quarterback records unique to him. In this article, each player's entire body of work is included; that is to say, all statistics include regular and post season touchdowns, interceptions, and attempts. Preseason and Pro Bowl statistics are excluded.

After reading "Top NFL Quarterbacks of All Time: Career Touchdown Passes," return to his link to read "Top NFL Quarterbacks of All Time: Career Passing Yards," and "Top NFL Running Backs of All Time: Career Rushing Yards."

1. Top NFL Quarterbacks of All Time: Career Touchdown Passes Brett Favre

A 20 year NFL quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons (1991), Green Bay Packers (1992 2007), New York Jets (2008) and Minnesota Vikings (2009 2010), Favre threw 563 touchdown passes in 11,318 attempts a touchdown pass every 20.1 tries. Favre's touchdown to interception ratio is 1.5:1 (563/376).

Favre led the NFL in touchdown passes four times. He threw at least one touchdown in 249 NFL games, including 165 touchdowns of 20 yards or more.

2. Top NFL Quarterbacks of All Time: Career Touchdown Passes Dan Marino

A 17 year NFL quarterback with the Miami Dolphins from 1983 1999, Marino threw 450 touchdown passes in 9,045 attempts a touchdown pass every 20 tries. Marino's touchdown to interception ratio was 1.64:1 (450/274).

Marino is the only quarterback in NFL history to pass for 40 or more touchdowns in two separate seasons, including 56 during the 1984 85 season. He also threw 74 touchdowns on Monday Night Football, Cheap Jerseys From China a standing NFL record.

3. Top NFL Quarterbacks of All Time: Career Touchdown Passes Peyton Manning

A 13 year NFL quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts (1998 present), Manning has thrown 428 touchdown passes in 7,928 attempts a touchdown pass every 19 tries.

Manning holds the NFL record for games (7) replica louboutin with five or more touchdown passes. He is also one of just seven quarterbacks in NFL history to throw at least six touchdown passes in two separate games. Manning's touchdown to interception ratio is a remarkable 1.97:1 (428/217).

4. Top NFL Quarterbacks of All Time: Career Touchdown Passes Fran Tarkenton

An 18 year NFL quarterback with the Minnesota Vikings (1961 1966;1972 1978) and New York Giants (1967 1971), Tarkenton threw 353 touchdown passes in 6,759 attempts a touchdown pass every 19 tries. Tarkenton's touchdown to interception ratio was 1.25:1 (353/283).

At the time of his retirement, Tarkenton held the NFL career records for touchdown passes, pass attempts, completions, yardage, rushing yards by a quarterback, and wins by a starting quarterback.

5. Top NFL Quarterbacks of All Time: Career Touchdown Passes John Elway

A 16 year NFL quarterback with the Denver Broncos from 1983 1998, Elway threw 328 touchdown passes in 7,908 attempts a touchdown pass every 24 tries.

Elway's most celebrated touchdown pass Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping was a five yard toss to wide receiver Mark Jackson which capped "The Drive" a fourth quarter, 15 play, 98 yard, game tying touchdown drive in the 1987 AFC Championship against the Cleveland Browns. Denver went on to win that game in overtime. Elway's touchdown to interception ratio was 1.33:1 (328/247).

6. Top NFL Quarterbacks of All Time: Career Touchdown Passes Joe Montana

A 16 year NFL quarterback with the San Francisco 49ers (1979 1992) and Kansas City Chiefs (1993 1994), Montana threw 312 touchdown passes in 6,125 attempts a touchdown pass every 20 tries. Montana's touchdown to interception ratio was an outstanding 1.95:1 (312/160).

At the time of his retirement, Montana held several NFL records, including: (1) 92.3 career passer rating; (2) postseason career touchdown passes; (3) most passing yards on Monday Night Football; and (4) two touchdown passes of more than 95 yards.

7. Top NFL Quarterbacks of All Time: Career Touchdown Passes Warren Moon

A 17 year NFL quarterback with the Houston Oilers (1984 1993), Minnesota Vikings (1994 1996), Seattle Seahawks (1997 1998), and Kansas City Chiefs (1999 2000), Moon threw 308 touchdown passes in 7,226 attempts a touchdown pass every 24 tries. Moon's touchdown to interception ratio was 1.25:1 (308/247).

Moon is the only player to be enshrined in both the Pro Football Hall of Fame and Canadian Football Hall of Fame.

At the time of his retirement, Moon held the record for most touchdown passes, pass completions, and pass attempts in professional football history.

8. Top NFL Quarterbacks of All Time: Career Touchdown Passes Tom Brady

An 11 year NFL quarterback with the New England Patriots (2000 2011), Brady has thrown 291 touchdown passes in 5,392 attempts a touchdown pass every 19 tries. Brady's touchdown to interception ratio is an amazing 2.44:1 (291/119).

Brady holds the NFL record for the most touchdowns replica christian louboutin shoes thrown in a single season (56): 50 regular season TDs and 6 postseason scores.

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OAKLAND Jerry Rice was happy for his teammates, for his coach, even for his ex coach, the man who beaten him to the Super Bowl by a couple of hours. He was ecstatic for his friend, Tim Brown, and for his quarterback, Rich Gannon, both soon to know first chi flat irons hand the sheer joy of a Super Bowl appearance.

But Jerry Rice was pretty damned happy for himself, too.

am so tired, he said with a weary smile, maybe half an hour after Rice and his Oakland Raiders had secured the franchise fifth Super Bowl berth with a 41 24 thumping of the Titans.

years old, and I all burned out, he said. games are too close . . . too difficult . . . too . . . His voice trailed off, but his smile never did, and you get the sense it may not fade even once across the next seven days, all the way to next Sunday, when Jerry Rice will play in his fourth Super Bowl, go after his fourth ring, and add one more glorious chapter to this wonderful denoument of his career.

Two years ago, Rice career was thought to be done, cast aside by the 49ers, who just assumed the next time anyone would see him would be on the steps of Canton in one of those bright yellow Hall of Fame blazers.

Instead, he wears a silver and black jersey, and with distinction. On the day the Raiders qualified for their first Super Bowl in 19 years, Rice was superb: five catches for 79 yards, including a 29 yarder on the game first play from scrimmage that was vintage Rice and set a permanent tone Cheap Snapbacks Hats for the game.

do you say about a guy like this? Raiders coach Bill Callahan gushed. hope a guy like that will bring something to your team, something to your locker room. But for a guy who 40 years old to also bring a Hall of Fame level talent to your lineup . . . it almost too overwhelming for words. I couldn be happier for him. And Rice was pretty happy for himself.

was telling guys chi flat iron official website there Cheap Snapbacks only one thing better than making the Super Bowl and that winning it, he said. 3 for 3. I hope by this time next week, it be 4 for 4.

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Steelers' Tomlin takes away team's games

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Steelers' Tomlin takes away team's games

Desperate times Cheap Jerseys apparently call for harsh measures inside the Pittsburgh Steelers' locker room, a once vibrant place where fun and games not involving football have now been outlawed.

With his team winless through four games and in last place in the AFC North, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin took the unusual step of banning pool, table tennis and shuffleboard at work.

Previously, only veteran players were allowed to play. Earlier this season, older players said the games were off limits cheap wedding dresses to rookies until they first earned their stripes on the field. Now the ban is team wide as the Steelers focus on more important tasks like blocking and tackling.

Games in locker rooms are not uncommon. Cornhole is a popular pastime inside the Ravens' facility, and the team has a players' lounge that includes video games, pinball and bubble hockey. Then again, the Ravens have made the playoffs for five consecutive seasons under coach John Harbaugh.

While Tomlin polices his locker room, frustration inside it is becoming obvious.

During a appearance on ESPN last weekend, veteran safety and defensive captain Ryan Clark said of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger: "We have to tone Ben down in a sense and say, 'Hey, right now, we're not a good enough football team for you to try to extend plays, for us to take sacks, for us cheap prom dresses online to have turnovers.'"

A day later, Clark clarified his remarks to Pittsburgh reporters.

"When asked a question about Ben, I said we need to protect Ben," Clark said. "When I say that, [I mean the] defense, we need to make plays so he doesn't feel like he has to do everything. Offensively, we need to protect him so he can get the ball out on his fifth step; receivers need to get open, running backs need to run the ball. I feel like he needs to understand that, as constructed right now, we aren't playing well enough right now as a team to where we can take sacks and have turnovers. So, as a team, that's a team solution."

If they continue Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale to lose, the Steelers could target a quarterback like Louisville star Teddy Bridgewater in the 2014 NFL draft.

Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert reportedly traveled to Louisville to scout Bridgewater this week.

Bengals seeking road win

Unfortunately for the Cincinnati Bengals, they don't play all of their games at Paul Brown Stadium.

The Bengals (3 2), undefeated at home, have lost both of their road games this season.

That could change as soon as Sunday, when the Bengals travel to Buffalo to play a Bills squad missing rookie quarterback EJ Manuel (knee). Former practice squad quarterback Thaddeus Lewis will start for the Bills.

The Bengals play four of their next five games on the road.

"It's only a problem if we don't win this week," coach Marvin Lewis said when asked about the Bengals' road woes. "It's going to be important that we do well on the road coming up. We had five games that were going to be physical and mentally testing, and then we had four out of five on the road.

"We've got to put our road warrior hats on and go to work. Last year, you were blowing smoke up our butts, telling us how good we were on the road, so I'm waiting for you to do that."

The Bengals could exploit the inexperience of Lewis, a former Duke quarterback who made his only NFL start last season for the Cleveland Browns, completing 22 of 32 passes for 204 yards, one touchdown and one interception in a loss to the Steelers.

"From what I've been told, he's very smart, has good intellect and understands football very well," Lewis said. "Against Pittsburgh last year, he was able to complete some deep out throws, both to his left and his right. That was impressive. He's had quite a few naked [bootlegs], which I'm sure we'll see some of. We're going to need to knock the heck out of him every chance we get."

Browns deny Gordon trade speculation

With the Cleveland Browns (3 2) tied for first place, the idea of trading wide receiver Josh Gordon doesn't seem to make much sense.

Big and talented, Gordon has 18 catches for 303 yards and two touchdowns since serving a two game suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy. His future in the league is precarious, however. With another failed drug test, Gordon will receive a year's suspension.

Still, Gordon remains a frequent topic of trade speculation, with the latest reports linking him to the San Francisco 49ers.

"I'm not going to get into any specifics about rumors and all those type of things," Browns coach Rob Chudzinski said during a press conference. "I will say we are not shopping Josh and we have no plans of trading Josh.".

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