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  2. Fran Tarkenton - Wikipedia

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    Fran Tarkenton was born on February 3, 1940, in Richmond, Virginia. His father, Dallas Tarkenton, was a Methodist minister. Tarkenton went to Athens High School in Athens, Georgia, and later attended the University of Georgia, where he was the quarterback on the Bulldog football team and a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity.

  3. Weeds (season 6) - Wikipedia

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    "Fran Tarkenton" David Warren: Stephen Falk: Cadaver toe-tag: November 8, 2010 () 0.86: Doug returns to Agrestic for his passport, and discovers that his ex-wife Dana has remarried and his children have forgotten him. Andy fakes Hooman's death to trick Mahmud into supplying the passports, but the ruse is unsuccessful.

  4. Watch Saturday Night Live Episodes at NBC.com

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    Selena Gomez hosts Saturday Night Live on May 14, 2022, with musical guest Post Malone.

  5. Legal Club | Home

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    Legal Club is proud to announce a new partnership with Upnetic, founded by NFL Hall of Famer Fran Tarkenton, to service their small business clients! Group Legal, ID Theft, Tax and Other Voluntary Benefits

  6. Minnesota Vikings Team Records, Leaders, and League Ranks ...

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    Championships Won *: 0 All-time Passing Leader: Fran Tarkenton. All-time Rushing Leader: Adrian Peterson 2,418 att, 11,747 yds, 97 TD All-time Receiving Leader: Cris Carter 1,004 rec, 12,383 yds, 110 TD All-time Scoring Leader: Fred Cox 1,365 points All-time AV Leader: Carl Eller 177 AV Winningest Coach: Bud Grant 158-96-5 More Team Info

  7. NFL All-Time Pass Yards Leaders - National Football League - ESPN

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    Find out the NFL pro football's all-time Pass Yards leaders

  8. Michigan Football/Basketball Recruiting Reporter for The Michigan Insider on @247Sports/@CBSSports #GoBlue 〽️

  9. Geno Smith seems to be the point guard Pete Carroll wanted

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    SEATTLE, Wash. — With all the talk about Russell Wilson returning to Seattle for an alleged “revenge game,” it was Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith who opened a bigger can on Wilson’s Broncos in the first half of Monday Night Football. Smith, making his way as the starting quarterback for a ...