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Vince Young - College Career
... Young enrolled at the University of Texas, where he played for coach Mack Brown's Texas Longhorns football team from 2002 to 2005 ... Justin Blalock, Brian Robison, Kasey Studdard, Lyle Sendlein, David Thomas, Selvin Young, and Aaron Ross ... Young redshirted his freshman year ...
Vince Young
... Vincent Paul Young, Jr ... the National Football League (NFL) as of the 2012 season, Young was drafted by the Tennessee Titans with the third overall pick in the 2006 NFL Draft ... He spent the first five seasons of his career with the Titans ...
Novikov Self-consistency Principle - Fictional Usage
... Something close to this principle is used in season 5 of the TV series Lost ... The first-season 2002 TV series Twilight Zone episode "Cradle of Darkness" featured a woman who traveled from the modern day back in time to kill the infant Adolf Hitler to prevent his future atrocities ... In Roswell That Ends Well, episode 19 of season 3 of the series Futurama, the protagonist Fry returns to the past and accidentally kills his young ...

Famous quotes containing the words young and/or season:

    We try to go back. You know I’ll probably die just a few miles from where I drew my first breath. That would have seemed like a horrible prospect to me, back when I was young and ambitious and gonna set the world on fire. But there’s comfort in knowing you’re gonna go full circle, end up where you started out. I’ve said before that I want to live my last days where folks know when you’re sick and care when you die.
    Lyndon Baines Johnson (1908–1973)

    When we reached the lake, about half past eight in the evening, it was still steadily raining, and harder than before; and, in that fresh, cool atmosphere, the hylodes were peeping and the toads ringing about the lake universally, as in the spring with us. It was as if the season had revolved backward two or three months, or I had arrived at the abode of perpetual spring.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)