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  1. CULP - Culp, Inc.

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    4.96-0.19 (-3.69%)

    at Fri, Dec 2, 2022, 4:00PM EST - U.S. markets closed

    Nasdaq Real Time Price

    • Open 5.16
    • High 5.16
    • Low 4.67
    • Prev. Close 5.15
    • 52 Wk. High 10.41
    • 52 Wk. Low 3.95
    • P/E 14.59
    • Mkt. Cap 60.88M
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  3. Curley Culp - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curley_Culp

    Curley Culp (March 10, 1946 – November 27, 2021) was an American football defensive lineman who was a defensive tackle in the American Football League (AFL) and National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Arizona State University , where he was also an NCAA heavyweight wrestling champion.

  4. List of Kansas City Chiefs players - Wikipedia

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    2008 #61 Curley Culp, Defensive tackle 2009 #8 Nick Lowery, Place kicker. 2010s 2010 Marty Schottenheimer, Coach 2011 #31 Kevin Ross, Cornerback 2012 #68 Will Shields, Guard 2013 #26 Gary Barbaro, Defensive back 2014 #31 Priest Holmes, Running back 2015 #24 Gary Green, Cornerback 2016 #49 Tony Richardson, Fullback 2017 #88 Carlos Carson, Wide ...

  5. Curley Culp. Defensive Tackle Inducted in 2008. PFHOF. Albert Lewis. Cornerback Inducted in 2007. Neil Smith. Defensive End Inducted in 2006. Jack Steadman. Executive

  6. Hall of Famers by Position | Pro Football Hall of Fame ...

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    Curley Culp 1968-1981 Willie Davis (DE) 1958-1969 Fred Dean (DE) 1975-1985 Richard Dent 1983-1997 Chris Doleman (DE, LB) 1985-1999 Art Donovan (DT) 1950-1961

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  8. Elections for the Arkansas House of Representatives took place in 2022. The general election was on November 8, 2022. A primary was scheduled for May 24, 2022, and a primary runoff was scheduled for June 21, 2022.

  9. Lamar Hunt – Wikipedia

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    Lamar Hunt (* 2.August 1932 in El Dorado, Arkansas; † 13. Dezember 2006 in Dallas, Texas) war eine einflussreiche US-amerikanische Sportpersönlichkeit. Der Sohn des Ölmilliardärs H. L. Hunt investierte in den Vereinigten Staaten in Teams und Spieler in den Sportarten American Football, Fußball, Tennis und Basketball.

  10. John Matuszak - Wikipedia

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    The displeased Oilers traded him to the Kansas City Chiefs for Curley Culp, another player who had threatened to jump to the WFL, and a first-round draft choice in 1975 on October 22, 1974. The trade was a steal for Houston, where Culp became a Hall of Fame performer when coach Bum Phillips moved Culp to nose tackle in the 3-4 defense in 1975.

  11. NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships - Wikipedia

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    School Team titles Years Iowa 9 1978–1986 Oklahoma State 7 1937–1942, 1946 #: Iowa 6 1995–2000 Penn State 4 2011–2014 : Penn State 4 2016–2019

  12. Len Dawson - Wikipedia

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    During the recruiting process, Dawson had to choose between Ohio State University in Columbus and Purdue University in Indiana. While he was reluctant to take over Woody Hayes' split-T offense with the Buckeyes, the true reason he selected Purdue stemmed from the rapport he had established with assistant coach Hank Stram, beginning a friendship that would last for more than a half-century.