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  1. Alk

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    Straight off of my Patriots trivia calendar.

    Who was the first Patriots' player to rush for 100 yards in a game?
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    Vince Wilfork. Easy one. Next.
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    :rofl: The correct answer would be Dan Klecko.
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    Electrifying Run

    Clive "Rush" ran over 100 yards after his "shocking" microphone incident!!
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    Is it Ron Burton? Just a guess.
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    Pat's 1st 100 yard rusher?

    Could it be Nance?
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    chris canty
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    Do you have the calendar too? :D That's the correct answer.
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    Off Broadway

    Suzy Kolber running away from Joe Namath? Sorry, that would be the funniest 100 yard dash in Patriot history.
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    east boston
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    #75 Jersey

    I'll say umass amherst. I'm sure I'm way off.
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    The airport?? Charlestown?? Bunker Hill??
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    Come on guys. The answer is clearly Istanbul.
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    Yards or volts?

    I though Rush ran enough for an entire neighborhood block? :eek:
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    The Boston Garden, most unlikely place I can think of.

    I know in '63 they played at the Fen. :D
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    Bargain Basement

    Knowing Billy Sullivan's legendary frugality, Filene's B was no doubt given serious consideration!
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    Here's one for you: name all of the current Patriots players with relatives who are/were in the NFL.
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    Okay, another one straight from the calendar.

    Who was the longest-tenured Patriots' players on the 2004 squad?
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    #75 Jersey

    Actually, I believe you're correct.

    My contribution: Who was the first player to sign with the Boston Patriots?
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    #75 Jersey

    Off the top of my head:

    Kevin Faulk
    Dan Klecko
    Ryan Claridge
    Dan Graham
    Martin Gramatica
    Gene Mruczkowski
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    #75 Jersey

    Troy Brown seems too obvious, but I can't think of anybody else whom it could be.
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    That's right, it was a pretty easy one.
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    You hit most of them. Here's a few more on my list: Corey Bramlet, Ellis Hobbs, Bam Childress, Ty Warren.

    Ellis Hobbs' uncle played defensive end briefly for the Redskins/Dolphins. Ty Warren's uncle Curtis Dickey got drafted in the first round as a RB by the Baltimore Colts a while back. Bam Childress is Champ Bailey's cousin, go figure.
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    Easy, Vince Wilfork. Next question. :D
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    This answer feels somehow familiar...;)
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    #75 Jersey

    Well I am right according to Mrs. B, but I can't believe NEM made one that easy.

    "The Patriots first training camp opened on July 4, 1960 at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. Over 350 prospects attended that inaugural camp. In 1976, the Patriots relocated their camp to Bryant College in Smithfield, R.I., summer home to the Patriots for the past 26 years."

    http://www.patriotworld.com/Patriots/TrainingCamp/TCLatestNews.htm

    Still waiting for the other shoe to drop on this one.:rolleyes:
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    All right NEM I've had enough! It can't be the place everybody knows they practiced for 16 years.:enranged:

    I'm gonna guess the Peter Fuller Cadillac showroom on Comm. Ave.:bricks:
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    #75 Jersey

    You said "first had practice sessions". There are certainly practice sessions during training camp. BEFORE the season. I WIN!!!!!!

    Go UMASS!!! Travis Ford, the next Calipari, (Saint John), or just a hick from Kentucky?:rocker:
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    What player holds the club record for 100-yard rushing games?
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    Curtis Martin?

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