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James Marsden’s Education Background

James Marsden is a talented actor and singer who will star in this year’s animated feature, Hop, as Fred O’Hare. Marsden will co-star with Russell Brand in this child-friendly film. EDUinReview will now take a look at Marsden’s education background.

Marsden was born on September 18, 1973 in Stillwater, Oklahoma. He has four siblings: Jennifer, Elizabeth, Jeff, and Robert. His parents divorced when Marsden was only nine years old. Marsden attended Putnam City North High School and graduated in 1991. After high school, he attended Oklahoma State University where he studied Broadcast Journalism. He was also an active member in the Delta Tau Delta fraternity and appeared in a college production of Bye Bye Birdie.

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Longhorns “Remember The 10” on Ten Year Anniversary

Okahoma State University CowboysIn memory of the 2001 plane crash that took the lives of 10 members of the Oklahoma State University family, the Longhorns wore “Remember The 10” shirts on the tenth anniversary of the tragic event. The University of Texas Longhorns played there exactly ten years after the crash. Fans and players alike donned the shirts. “That was classy,” said OSU coach Travis Ford.

Texas coach Rick Barnes was the only Big 12 coach in the conference when the plane crashed. “What I remember more than anything is we had just landed in Austin from Arizona, and the first thing that went through my mind was Coach Sutton,” he said of former Cowboy coach Eddy Sutton. “Tonight he came into the locker room and we had a few minutes together. I really thought a lot about him today.”

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NFL Draft 2010 Top 10 Includes Number One Sam Bradford

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Number one draft choice Sam Bradford selected by the St. Louis Rams. (photo via New York Times)

Last night Twitter had #NFLdraft as a trending topic as football fans across the country tuned in to see who the teams would select during the first round of the 75th annual NFL Draft. Selected players repeatedly said how special and monumental this day was for them and the football coaches all expressed their hope and enthusiasm for the upcoming football season.

The NFL Draft event continues through the weekend and allows teams in the National Football League to choose new players for their franchises. This event is always an exciting day for the sport of football as the American pastime continues to grow, and while they players and coaches recognize the importance of game innovation, they honor the traditions set forth by strong foundations.

The top ten draft choices for the 2010 Draft were as follows. The number one pick, Sam Bradford, was no real surprise to anyone. What was surprising was seeing three of top four draft choices hail from Oklahoma. In addition, not seeing Tim Tebow go in the first round (went 25th to the Denver Broncos). Read the rest of this entry »





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