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A Bocephus Tribute to the Intimidator

"This is the biggest loss to our culture and, in fact,
our entire fabric of life since the untimely death of my father on January 1, 1953.
The name Dale Earnhardt will now join that short list that commands respect the instant it is spoken."

-Hank Williams Jr.

"Nascar will never be the same for me, you are missed".

-Sherry


 

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HAIL, Washington Redskins!!!

" Welcome to Maryland "

 

Jack Kent Cooke Stadium, 1997-1999

Redskins Stadium, 1999-1999

FedEx Field, 1999-

 

 

 

 

RFK's Sweet 16 Moments and History

 

On August 17, 1938, Hail to the Redskins made its debut as the official fight song
of the Washington Redskins. Since its debut 54 years ago, the song, written by renowned
band leader Barnee Breeskin, has had a few minor changes from the original
lyrics penned by Corinne Griffith (wife of owner George Preston Marshall).

Griffiths original lyrics had Fight for old Dixie instead of todays Fight for old D.C.2
Also, Griffith originally had Scalp 'em, Swamp 'em. We will take 'em big score.
Read 'em, weep 'em Touchdown, we want heap more instead of todays version

 

Hail to the Redskins! Hail victory!
Braves on the war path, fight for old D.C.!
Run or pass or score- we want a lot more!
Beat ċem Swamp ċem Touchdown- let the points soar!
Fight on, fight on, til you have won,
Sons of Wash-ing-ton!!


RAH!,RAH!,RAH!!!!


Listen to Hail To The Redskins


Sammy Shreiber and the Redskins Pro Orchestra
with the Redskins Singers in MP3 Format


Hail to the Redskins in RealAudio Format

 


Local places for Redskin News and More...

 

Washington Post Sports


Washington Times Sports


WMAL, local radio station


Redskins Central


Redskins Report/Capital Punishment


Rosenstein's Gallery


Skins End Zone


PlanetRedskins.Net


footballtickets.com


More of the Best Damn Redskins Fan Sites right here

 

 

 

Who is B-Gal aka Sherry ?

 

My Fantasy Baseball Team

 

 



Guess I'll have to go back for another autograph...'99 training camp.



 

Meet Bo Sherman, my grandfather


Read a Newspaper Article on Bo Sherman


 

Click the car for my NASCAR page



Joe Gibbs....
Where were you in '93 when he retired?

I was on a road trip home, knowing that the Richmond's Nascar races would be letting out just about the
time I got through VA... just to hear that Gibbs had retired. Never forget the announcer...
"you must have had your head in the sand to have not known about this.....
WELL DAH ".... ok, where were the rest of you?

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