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NFL 150+ Rushing Yard Games (2000s)
Indians Hall of Famer, 266 career MLB wins.
11 time Pro Bowl Tackle for the Cowboys in the 1960s.
1975 NBA MVP center/forward, played for 6 NBA teams including the Knicks and Celtics.
Ranked 4th on MLB's all time list of managerial wins. Led Braves to 1995 World Series title.
Hall of Fame QB who played a majority of his career in the 1950s for the Lions.
Star guard for Duke in the early 90s, played 5 years for the Kings.
Famed head basketball coach for Indiana and Texas Tech.
One of the greatest NHL defensmen of all time, wore #4 for the Bruins.
Father of MLB career home run leader.
One of the top auto racers of the 1980's, won 1986 Indy 500.
Shattered the world long jump record at the 1968 Summer Olympics with a jump of 29 feet.
Considered one of the toughest fighters in the NHL in the 80's and 90's for the Red Wings.
Enigmatic American World Chess Champion from 1972-1975.
Mediocre MLB catcher, rose to fame as actor and Brewers announcer.
Nicknamed 'Bullet.' was an Olympic sprinter turned wide receiver for the Cowboys.
Golf Hall of Famer who won the grand slam in 1930.
Considered one of the best players in NHL history, first player to surpass 50 goals in a season in 1966.
WWF champion from 1978 to 1983, dropped belt to Iron Sheik who quickly dropped it to Hulk Hogan.
Head football coach at the University of Oklahoma, won 2000 national title.
Indians Hall of Fame pitcher who won 207 games between 194-1958.
Current winger on the Anaheim Ducks. Has scored 30+ goals in each of his first 3 NHL seasons.
Billed as 'the next Mickey Mantle' for the Yankees when he joined the Yanks in the late 60's. Played 18 seasons.
Head basketball coach at Georgia Tech from 1981-2000. Let GT to the 1990 Final Four.
Set the MLB svaes record in 1990 with 57 saves.
Bears QB from 1969-1975, known as a great running QB of his time.
Right winger for the Islanders during their dynasty in the mid 1980's.
Six time NBA champion as a point guard for the Celtics.
Hit 4 home runs in a game for the Braves in 1986.
Tennis star who battled Billie Jean King in the 'Battle of the Sexes.'
Current manager of the Red Sox.
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