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Curley Culp, who won a wrestling title at ASU, was one of the first defensive tackles to be a threat as a pass rusher.
Former Arizona State star Curley Culp, a member of the dynamic Kansas City Chiefs defense that won a Super Bowl, was one of seven inductees into the the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday in Canton, Ohio.
Left: Leah Oliver fills out paperwork for a student athlete in the school training room.
Mountain View High School pitcher Josh McKinney grimaces as he is gently guided through a rehab exercise with athletic trainer Leah Oliver. Oliver was recently inducted into the state trainer's hall of fame.
Right: Leah Oliver, works with pitcher Josh McKinney as Oliver's daughter Shea works with football player Jake Darrow.
Leah Oliver, right, and Lauryn Manning, student athletic trainer, wrap the shoulder of pitcher Josh McKinney with ice as Oliver's daughter Shea Oliver, left, watches.
Perhaps Mountain View High School athletic trainer Leah Oliver was the only person surprised that she was inducted into the Arizona Athletic Trainers Association Hall of Fame in February.
NEW YORK - Steroid-tainted stars Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Sammy Sosa were denied entry to baseball's Hall of Fame, with voters failing to elect any candidates for only the second time in four decades.
As an Air Force colonel, Charlie Wicker was asked if he wanted to move across the country to Oklahoma. Do a good job for two years, he was told, and there might be a promotion awaiting.