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Carney to star in 'Spider-Man' until May

Carney to star in 'Spider-Man' until May

NEW YORK, Sept. 15 (UPI) -- "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" star Reeve Carney has extended his contract and will stay with the Broadway musical until May, the show's producers said.
Reeve Carney to play Jeff Buckley in film

Reeve Carney to play Jeff Buckley in film

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 16 (UPI) -- Reeve Carney, star of Broadway's "Spiderman: Turn off the Dark," has been cast as Jeff Buckley in a big-screen bio-picture, the film's producers said.
BMW Art Cars displayed in NYC

BMW Art Cars displayed in NYC

WOODCLIFF LAKE, N.J., March 27 (UPI) -- A public art installation featuring four BMW cars designed by famous artists opened this week at New York's Grand Central Terminal.

Super Bowl MVPs

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Super Bowl XXXVII -- Past MVPs

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Super Bowl XXXVI -- MVPs

Super Bowl Most Valuable Players
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Super Bowl XXXVI -- MVPs

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Jacob E. "Jake" Scott III (born July 20, 1945, in Greenwood, South Carolina) is a former American football free safety and punt returner who played from 1970 to 1978 for the Miami Dolphins and Washington Redskins of the National Football League. Scott went to the Pro Bowl five consecutive times between 1971, and 1975. He recorded 35 interceptions in his six seasons as a Dolphin, and another 14 in his three years with the Redskins. He was also a five-time All-Pro.

Scott wore number 13 throughout his career (a number not worn by NFL safeties today), which was later made famous in Miami by Dan Marino, and has since been retired in Marino's honor.

After growing up in Athens, GA Scott played college football at the University of Georgia, where he led Georgia in interceptions both in 1967 with six interceptions and in 1968 with ten interceptions. In 1967, Scott was named first-team All-SEC defensive back by the Associated Press, and in 1968 again in both the AP and the UPI. The ten interceptions in a season is now second most in Georgia history behind Terry Hoage’s 12 in 1982. Scott’s 175 return yards on interceptions 1968 is also second all-time for Georgia.

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