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Bronko Lubich
... Bronko Sandor Lupsity (December 25, 1925–August 11, 2007) was a Hungarian-born Serbian Canadian professional wrestler, manager, referee and promoter ... Known by his ring names Bronco or Bronko Lubich, he and Aldo Bogni were veteran "heels" under manager "Colonel" Homer O'Dell competing in regional ...
Bronko Nagurski Jr.
... Bronko Nagurski, Jr ... He was son of the famed National Football League player Bronko Nagurski ...
Bronko Nagurski Trophy
... The Bronko Nagurski Trophy has been awarded annually since 1993 to the collegiate American football player adjudged by the membership of the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA ... The award is named for Bronko Nagurski, who played football for the University of Minnesota and the Chicago Bears ...
Bronko Nagurski - Youth and Collegiate Career
... asked directions to the nearest town, and Bronko lifted his plow and used it to point in the direction of town ... Ten linemen and a 6 foot two, 220 pound fullback nicknamed the "Owatonna Thunder" charged at Bronko, who promptly split the blockers and drove the big fullback into a blocking dummy ... three more players, blew his whistle and watched Bronko produce the same explosive results and after a third try with the same conclusion realized what a super player he had recruited ...
Bronko Nagurski - Legacy
... After his death, the town of International Falls honored him by opening the Bronko Nagurski Museum in Smokey Bear Park ... His son, Bronko Nagurski Jr ... honorary team captain, represented by his son, Bronko Nagurski Jr ...