Bob Baumhower
American football player
Bob Baumhower
Robert Glenn Baumhower is a former American football player who played college football for the University of Alabama and professional football for the Miami Dolphins of the NFL.
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49ers face Super Bowl losers' tough path
San Francisco Chronicle - almost 4 years
49ers face Super Bowl losers' tough path A few days after Super Bowl XVII in January 1983, Redskins quarterback Joe Theismann posed a delicate question to Dolphins defensive lineman Bob Baumhower as they hung out in Honolulu before the Pro Bowl. Losing a Super Bowl might be the football equivalent of a hot nail in the eye, but there can be something more excruciating awaiting the NFL's runner-up: the next season. In Super Bowl history, only two of the game's 46 losers have returned to win a title the following year. During the dry spell, seven Super Bowl losers returned to the game a year later, but many fell well short. Since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970, 28 of 42 Super Bowl losers didn't win a playoff game the next season. A physical tollNBC analyst and former Bengals wide receiver Cris Collinsworth is intimately familiar with that tortured history. In 1983, the Bengals followed a Super Bowl loss to the 49ers by ending their season with a 27-point wild-card ...
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LouisiBama Gumbo Bowl raised $26,000 for Tuscaloosa charities, organizers say
Courier Journal - about 5 years
Former Tide star Bob Baumhower looks forward to a possible LouisiBama Gumbo II next season in Baton Rouge.
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Michael Vick is Going to Find He Can't Back Up His Boast: Fan's Take - Yahoo! Sports
Google News - over 5 years
That year's defensive squad known as the "Killer B's" included such defensive stalwarts as Bob Baumhower, Doug Betters, Kim Bokamper, Bob Brudzinski, and Glenn and Lyle Blackwood; known as the "Bruise Brothers." However, as great as those former Miami
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If you go: Everything needed for game day - Times-Journal
Google News - over 5 years
Wings U - Former Tide and Miami Dolphins star Bob Baumhower opened the eatery in 2010 in Midtown Village. Make sure to order - what else - the wings. • DePalma's - Found downtown, the Italian café features antipasta, calzones, but make sure to try the
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Yahoo! Contributor Network - Yahoo! Sports
Google News - over 5 years
That group of players that included Bob Baumhower, Doug Betters, Kim Bokamper, Bob Brudzinski, and the Blackwood brothers was a fierce group, but in truth they're not as talented and physically gifted as the players on Miami's 2011 defense
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Alabama's tornado aid shows good in college football - New York Post
Google News - over 5 years
They will never forget former Bama star Bob Baumhower serving some 30000 meals from his restaurant. They will never forget former linebacker DeMeco Ryans, who already had endowed a scholarship, making a significant donation. Tuscaloosa is not the only
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UAB football practice notes from Wednesday - al.com
Google News - over 5 years
Blazer Sportsline, the call-in show featuring head coach Neil Callaway, will begin on Aug. 31 at 7 pm The hour-long show will take place every Wednesday night during the football season at Bob Baumhower's Wings Restaurant at Patton Creek
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Mathis Signs With Eagles - BengalsInsider.com (subscription)
Google News - over 5 years
A nephew of Bob Baumhower, who played defensive tackle for Alabama and the Miami Dolphins, Mathis last year founded Zone Athletic Performance in Scottsdale, Arizona, where he and many other professional athletes train in the off-season
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Food for thought.... - BengalsInsider.com (subscription)
Google News - over 5 years
Interesting note, Mathis' uncle Bob Baumhower was a part of the Dolphins "Killer B's" d-line. I would hope that no one is so cowed by a paycheck that they refuse to speak their minds, but discretion is also the better part of valor
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Denver Broncos Greats... By The Numbers: #70 - Mile High Report (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
In 1986, Brian joined the Miami Dolphins as their back-up Nose Tackle when Bob Baumhower was injured. Sochia spent 6 seasons in Miami and made the Pro Bowl in 1988 replacing Cincinnati's Tim Krumrie. During the 1991 season, he was acquired by the
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Fairhope schools group strengthening push to split from Baldwin County Public ... - al.com (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
The board also includes Bob Gentle, a former council president; Bob Baumhower, a former University of Alabama and Miami Dolphins lineman and current owner of Bimini Bob's restaurant in Daphne and seven Baumhower's Wings Restaurants; former councilman
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Lyons celebrates College HOF selection - ESPN
Google News - almost 6 years
Lyons, 54, thanked his former teammates for the support they provided him, especially Bob Baumhower, who he said took him under his wing in Tuscaloosa and taught Lyons how to do things the proper way. He also spent plenty of time praising former
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SPORTING LIFE: 'Downtown Slam' is still a go - Tuscaloosa News (subscription)
Google News - almost 6 years
“It's the same for the sponsors like Bob Baumhower, McAllister's and Moe's, Shelton State and Comcast, who must be overwhelmed with trying to get service back to people. It just shows what a great heart the people in this community have.”
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Fairhope schools group eyeing local referendum to create city school system - al.com (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
The Good 2 Great group's leadership board includes Bob Gentle, a former council president; Bob Baumhower, a former University of Alabama and Miami Dolphins lineman and current owner of Bimini Bob's in Daphne and seven Baumhower's Wings Restaurants;
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PRO FOOTBALL; Chargers Strategist Has a Familiar Look To Shula and Dolphins
NYTimes - about 24 years
Miami Dolphins Coach Don Shula built much of his reputation as one of the National Football League's best coaches with Bill Arnsparger as his defensive coordinator. On Sunday, in an unlikely but compelling scenario, it will be Shula versus Arnsparger when the Dolphins meet San Diego in an American Conference playoff semifinal in Miami (4 P.M., Ch.
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WALTON CONTINUES TO SHUFFLE JETS' ROSTER
NYTimes - about 30 years
In the confusion of a four-game losing streak, continued injuries and an uncertain playoff fate, the Jets shuttled more defensive players today. They brought in three people - including Charles Jackson, the linebacker they cut a week ago, and two defensive linemen cut by other teams. Bud Carson, the defensive coordinator, was asked just what the
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PRECIPITOUS DECLINE DISAPPOINTS SHULA
NYTimes - over 30 years
THE best they can do now is 10-6, and that's unlikely. After tonight's game with the Jets in the Orange Bowl, the schedule includes Atlanta, New Orleans, the Los Angeles Rams and New England. Not a patsy in the bunch. Even if the Miami Dolphins could win all five games, their path to the playoffs would still be cluttered with division winners and
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Transactions
NYTimes - over 30 years
BASEBALL BALTIMORE (AL) - Waived Juan Bonilla, infielder. Added Billy Ripken and D. L. Smith, infielders; Chris Padget, first baseman, and Greg Talamantez, pitcher, to their roster. MINNESOTA (AL) - Acquired Ron Gardenhire, infielder, from the Mets for a player to be named and assigned him to Toledo of the International League. PITTSBURGH (NL) -
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PLAYERS; DOLPHINS' DEFENSE STUNG BY CRITICISM
NYTimes - over 30 years
By the time the Orange Bowl clock reached the final seconds, Mike Charles, the nose tackle who had just returned from a suspension, was gone from the Miami Dolphins' bench with a knee injury. Hugh Green, the linebacker who was going to spend his first full season as a Dolphin, was in the early stages of a long recovery from a fractured kneecap.
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SPORTS OF THE TIMES; Joe Klecko: Moving Fast
NYTimes - about 31 years
EIGHT days ago against the Chicago Bears, at a moment when most eyes were certainly on the ball about to be snapped, Joe Klecko propelled his burly 260-pound body a few feet to the right in one nimble sequence. He was therefore hunkered in when Walter Payton came a-running with the football, and was able to slam Payton to the frozen chemical floor.
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