That Time When Donald Trump Used Heisman Winner As Babysitter
Back when he was owner of the New Jersey Generals in the old USFL, The Donald made a star do more than just play football.
How NFL QBs Feel The Glove
Some wear one on the throwing hand, some prefer it on the non-throwing hand and others go with both hands.
Flutie: Orange Bowl Will Be Season's Best Game
The former Heisman winner loves this semifinal matchup.
B.C. Rolls Out Flutie-Era Throwbacks For Fenway
The Eagles recapture the spirit of 1984 for their showdown against Notre Dame.
Hail Flutie, 30 Years Later: Looking Back On A Classic Moment In College Football
Revisiting The 'Hail Flutie,' 30 Years Later
Capital One Cup Enters Fifth Season
Winning championships in football and basketball are nice, but this program offers rich rewards to schools with the best top-to-bottom teams.
Is The NFL Downsizing? How Russell Wilson And Drew Brees Are Bucking A Long-Standing Trend
The two quarterbacks are both 6-feet or under, but that has not impeded their success.
Doug Flutie Recalls Drop Kick Vs. Dolphins
His last play in the NFL was especially memorable because nobody had done it since 1941.
Why First-Year Players Are Suddenly Heisman Trophy Frontrunners
Before Johnny Manziel, it was rare for an underclassman to win the award. With Jameis Winston atop the candidate list this year, we examine the drastic change in college football.
One On One With Doug Flutie
The Heisman Trophy winner and Boston native talks Red Sox, college football and his nephew's plans to attend his alma mater.