Maj. Gen. Mohammad Ali Jafari, the leader of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps, ridiculed the notion of Saudi Arabia’s intervening in the Syrian civil war, saying the kingdom lacked “the courage to do it.”
With a Broncos flag waving from the window of the cockpit, the chartered Boeing 767 wheeled gingerly to Mineta San Jose International Airport, where black-and-gold Super Bowl 50 barriers lined the tarmac to keep back the cheering fans last Sunday.
On Sept. 25, 2005, only nine months after he led Troy (Ala.) University to its first bowl game - the Silicon Valley Classic in San Jose - DeMarcus Ware returned to the Bay Area as a pro in search of another first.
Nearly every family has a problem child, that one who can't be broken, who won't go along to get along. And Juan Peña couldn't be prouder of his, though his 6-year-old son, Ezra, the third of four boys, drives him nuts every Sunday of the pro football season.