How about them HORNS!!!! My cousin Rodney's girlfriend goes to UT she also works for the athletic dept. Audrey got Vince to sign this for me and they gave it to me for Christmas, 2005!

The "ESPY" Awards are held annually at the Kodak Theater in downtown Hollywood CA. This year, I just happened to be there when they were held. I took several pictures of different athletes and stars as they made their way inside the Kodak Theater on July 16th 2003.


                                    Outside the ESPY's.

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                               Out front of the Kodak Theater.

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Shaq entering the ESPY's

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                    Oakland Raiders QB Rich Gannon entering the ESPY's

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P Diddy entering the ESPY's

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                                                       Dr. J entering the ESPY's

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Will Smith entering the ESPY's

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                                           John Madden entering the ESPY's

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Kobe Bryant entering the ESPY's


                                             Wrestler Bill Goldberg entering the ESPY's


ESPY Host Jamie FOX entering the ESPY's


              Joe Theismann & wife pose for a picture, as Tampa Bay Bucks

               football player Warren Sapp to the left in blue looks on.


Snop entering ther ESPY's


                              LeBron James entering the ESPY's


Tyrese entering the ESPY's


                                           Emmitt Smith and wife entering the ESPY's


Mark Wahlberg entering the ESPY's


Tammy and I attended all of Super Bowl 38 event’s in Houston Texas Jan 31st 2004. We even saw rapper P-Diddy in a Limo H2.


Super Bowl banner outside the players Hotel in downtown Houston.


NFL Experience at the Houston Convention Center. Houston TX Jan 31st, 2004.


Out front of the ESPN SportCenter Broadcasting studio for Super Bowl 38.


Outside Players hotel at Super Bowl 38 in Houston TX.


Minute Maid park, Home of the Houston Astros.


Outside Reliant Stadium, home of Super Bowl 38, Houston TX, 2004.


Main street, downtown Houston, a day before the Super Bowl.


ESPN anchor Jay Crawford at the Super Bowl media hotel in Houston TX.


Houston newspaper, from the day of Super Bowl 38.


Carolina Panther cheerleaders at the Super Bowl 38 events.


Announced 12-22-04, Terrence McGee has been selected to the 2005 NFL Pro Bowl in Hawaii.

Here are his comments after being selected:

McGee, now in his second season, has been spectacular for the Bills returning kickoffs this year. McGee currently leads the AFC in kickoff returns with a 26.6 yard average and is the only player in the NFL with three kickoff return touchdowns this year, including the NFL's longest, a 104-yarder at Miami.

"I'm very surprised," said McGee. "I didn't think I'd be excited as I was until they called my name out. It feels good and it will feel much better when I get over there and see my name on the back of the jersey. (The special teams until) was probably more excited than I was. They said all year that they were going to try and get me to the Pro Bowl and they did it. You see it week-in and week-out they are always out there sacrificing, making playing and making blocks."

The Pro Bowl will be played in Hawaii on Sunday, February 13 and televised by ESPN at (ET).


Terrence McGee, Rookie of the year for the NFL Buffalo Bills #24. He playes CB. He is from Athens. Picture taken Jan 2004.

          A few photos from the 2004 season!




This photo was taken as Terrance was running back a 98 yard TD.


Terrance had another TD 10-31-04 aganist the Cardinals, here are a couple of photos from that game and a write up from the Bills website about Terrance.

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The Buffalo Bills were off and running on Sunday and most of the time, it was right through the Arizona Cardinals

Terrence McGee returned a kickoff 87 yards in the second quarter to give the Bills a 17-7 halftime lead.

And that was just the beginning. "My guys blocked for me," McGee said. "Each week it's a proven point for them to get me in the end zone.

That's all they talk about is taking me to the Pro Bowl.

Basically, they blocked and I hit a hole and nobody touched me.


KR Terrence McGee returned his third kickoff for a touchdown this season. His 104 yard return was a Bills record. December 5, 2004



                              After the record setting touchdown!
GRIDIRON HURLER: April 12th 2005. North Texas running back Jamario Thomas throws out the ceremonial first pitch prior to a Rangers game at Ameriquest Field in Arlington. The Rangers honored North Texas for its third consecutive Sun Belt Conference title.
(I met him earlier this year in Spring Hill TX)
Jan 11th, 2005 was "Jamario Thomas Day" at Spring Hill High School. For those of you that have never herad of Jamario, here are a few newspaper articles about him:
North Texas freshman running back Jamario Thomas was selected to the Football Writers Association of America Scripps Freshman All-America team.
Thomas led the nation with 180.1 rushing yards per game and helped the Mean Green capture its fourth consecutive conference crown.
With 1,801 rushing yards on the season, Thomas shattered North Texas and Sun Belt Conference records and swept nearly every postseason award. Thomas was named Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year, Offensive Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year.
Thomas set the NCAA freshman record for 200 yards games, going over that mark five times, and tied the NCAA record for the fastest to reach 1,000 yards when he made it in seven games.
He is one of only three freshmen ever to rush for over 1,700 yards and the only back in the nation this season to have six 200-yard games
As a Spring Hill Panther, Thomas set the all-time rushing record with 5,007 yards and scored 90 touchdowns in his illustrious career.
In just his first year of college, Thomas has rewritten the record books at North Texas. He led the nation in rushing with 180.1 yards per game and tied the record for most consecutive games with over 200 yards rushing.
Thomas was named the Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year as well as Offensive Player of the Year and was named to a host of all-America teams.
UNT freshman wins national rushing title
12:37 AM CST on Thursday, January 6, 2005
By BRETT VITO / The Dallas Morning News
DENTON – UNT freshman running back Jamario Thomas officially won the national rushing title when the NCAA released its final statistics report Wednesday.
Thomas averaged 180.1 yards a game and finished more than 10 ahead of California's J.J. Arrington, who averaged 168.17 a game.
Thomas is the second consecutive national rushing champion from UNT. Patrick Cobbs won the title last season with an average of 152.7 yards a game. Cobbs, a senior, sprained his left knee in a loss to Florida Atlantic in the second week of the season and sat out the rest of the year. He is seeking a medical redshirt from the NCAA.
UNT is the first school to have two different players win the national rushing title in back-to-back seasons since Bob Gaiters and Jim Pilot of New Mexico State in 1960-61. The NCAA rushing champion has been determined by yards per game since 1970.
The photos you are about to see are from this event:
Longview, TX (01-12-05) - North Texas running back Jamario Thomas returned home to a warm welcome yesterday as the city of Longview held a celebration in his honor and declared January 11 as Jamario Thomas day.
The All-American freshman visited and signed autographs at the local elementary and junior high schools, and even returned to his alma mater, Spring Hill High School, where his number 20 football jersey was retired at half time of the girl's basketball game.
As I was about to take Jamario's photo up walked Country & Western singer  Neal McCoy, he lives in Spring Hill and just happen to be at the game.
Jamario & Neal McCoy
Jamario's High School coach, presenting him with his High School Jersey.
Jamario & his High School coach.
Jamario being interviewed by CBS 11 news.
Everyone wants Jamario's autograph.
This is the plaque the school presented Jamario.
Tammy and I went to the "Redriver Shootout" Texas vs OU. October 9th 2004 at the
Cottonbowl in Dallas texas.
The crowd making there way into the game.

Freshman standout from Palestine Texas, #28 Adrian Peterson.


Cedric Benson getting locked up.




Texas head coach Mack Brown.


Cedric Benson looks for daylight.


Keep Athens Beautiful had a Dallas Cowboys Tailgate party Dec. 19th, 2004. Here were a few retired Cowboys that were there.

Super Bowl 30 MVP of the Dallas Cowboys, Larry Brown.


Kelvin Martin (K-Mart) WR for the Dallas Cowboys.


Nate Newton of the Dallas Cowboys. Nate has 3 Super Bowl rings with the Cowboys.


Larry Brown's Super Bowl ring.


Close up of Larry Brown's Super Bowl 30 ring.




Tammy watching the game.


I have attended several Dallas Cowboy training camps over the years. Here are a few photos.



Troy Aikman sets up to pass at training camp in Austin Texas.


Daryl the "Moose" Johnston at Cowboys training camp. Austin Texas.


Emmitt Smith & Michael Irvin at Cowboys training camp. Austin Texas.


Michael Irvin gets set to take off. Cowboys training camp, Austin Texas.


Troy Aikman rolls out for a pass. Cowboys training camp, Austin Texas.


Emmitt Smith leaves training camp.


Emmitt takes a rest, Cowboys training camp.


Michael Irvin getting ready. Cowboys training camp.


Prime Time set and ready. Cowboys training camp. 


Another shot of "Prime Time" at training camp.


Michael Irvin & Deion Sanders talk it over at training camp.


Deion takes the ball, training camp.