Beau and Steve Jackson, 1994. 1990 was a big year for Bo Jackson. The Bo Knows thing was everywhere. 20/20 profiled him. He hit four consecutive home runs. He ran up the wall. He ran over people. And he inspired Steve Jackson, an avid sports fan from the north England county of Yorkshire, a man who would watch enraptured any game of cricket or rugby or tennis or maybe even … [Read more...] about Beau Wants To Know Bo: Meet the 28-year-old British woman, yes, named after Bo Jackson
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Pat Dye always called him a thoroughbred. Had things gone differently, we might have called him a Stallion. Yes, lost in the tug of war between baseball and football, between the NFL and the MLB, was that Bo Jackson was in the spring of 1986 being courted by a third professional sports league. It wasn't just rumors of phone calls or whatever. He met with team … [Read more...] about Bo Jackson, the Birmingham Stallion?
Nolan Ryan talked about Bo saving his life in 2014 biography "Nolan Ryan: The Making of a Pitcher." Keith Hernandez talked about Bo nearly ending his life in an interview about his 2018 memoir "I'm Keith Hernandez." "The only time I was ever scared, when I was older, in my last year in Cleveland, Oakland Raider running back that played for Kansas City, … [Read more...] about ‘Like a herd of buffalo’: Keith Hernandez on Bo Jackson
The shoes, the commercials, the runs, the MVP awards, the two Tank McNamara strips in a week... remember how fun it was to be proud of him? … [Read more...] about Bo Knows particle physics, foreign policy in 1990 Tank McNamara strips
If you like TWER, please consider supporting my work via Patreon. Thanks! You hear Bo Jackson stories and you believe them, obviously, but at the same time... you know... people are prone to exaggeration. Did he really get to skip practice? Did he never workout? Did he really sleep right up to game time? Yes. At least he did before the 1986 Cotton Bowl, his last game as an … [Read more...] about This footage of Bo Jackson snoozing before the 1986 Cotton Bowl vs. Texas A&M is the best