Win Title

Some articles on win, title, wins, titles, win title:

San Francisco 49ers - Franchise History - 1946–78: Early Years
... a note with two words "Tony's gone." With tears running down their faces, and motivated to win for their departed owner, the 49ers scored 14 unanswered points to win the game, 21–17 ... an 8–4 record, tying the Detroit Lions for the NFL Western Division title ... a half-game lead on the Rams and needed either a win or the Giants to defeat the Rams in their finale to give the 49ers their first ever divisional title ...
Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference - Football - Rivalry Games
... The team that wins each year is responsible for the safekeeping and delivery of the Paddle Trophy and its case to each game between the Marauders and Dragons ... best of BSU in that 1998 contest, 34-30, but the win stands as the only Golden Eagles' triumph in the series thus far ... Conference Championships Per School School Conference Titles Division Titles Last Conference Title Last Division Title Winona State 2010 ... Minnesota Duluth 2011. 2012 ...
2004–05 In English Football - Honours
... Champions League Liverpool Match Report FA Premier League Chelsea Chelsea win title FA Cup Arsenal Match Report Carling Cup Chelsea Match Report Football League ...
2004–05 In English Football - Diary of The Season
... of the season when they beat Manchester United 3–1 to win the FA Community Shield. 25 August 2004 – With a 3–0 home win over Blackburn Rovers, Arsenal sets the all-time record for consecutive unbeaten league matches at England's top level, with 43 ... Arsenal lead the Premier League on goal difference ahead of Chelsea, while Everton's surprise title challenge is continuing as they occupy third place with just a three-point ...

Famous quotes containing the words title and/or win:

    Eternity is not ours by right; and, alone, unrequited sufferings here, form no title thereto.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)

    I became a virtuoso of deceit. It wasn’t pleasure I was after, it was knowledge. I consulted the strictest moralists to learn how to appear, philosophers to find out what to think and novelists to see what I could get away with. And, in the end, I distilled everything down to one wonderfully simple principle: win or die.
    Christopher Hampton (b. 1946)