Joe Barnes

Joe Barnes (born December 18, 1951) was an all-star quarterback in the Canadian Football League.[1][2][3]

Joe Barnes
No. 7, 17
Born:December 18, 1951 (age 67)
Fort Worth, Texas
Career information
Position(s)Quarterback
CollegeTexas Tech
NFL draft1974 / Round: 13 / Pick 316
Career history
As player
1974Chicago Bears
1976–1980Montreal Alouettes
1981Saskatchewan Roughriders
1982–1984Toronto Argonauts
1985Calgary Stampeders
1985Montreal Concordes
1986Montreal Alouettes

College career

Barnes was a graduate of Texas Tech University, playing from 1971 to 1973, and was inducted into the Texas Tech Athletic Hall of Honor in 1986.

Professional career

Barnes was drafted by the Chicago Bears of the NFL in 1974 in the 13th round (316th overall.) He played only 2 games for Chicago in 1974, completing 2 of 9 passes, and punting once for 27 yards.

He moved to Canada in 1976 and began a five-year stint with the Montreal Alouettes. He began by sharing quarterback duties with Sonny Wade, but mostly took over in 1978, when he threw for 1177 yards, and in 1979, when he added 2456 yards. He won a Grey Cup in 1977 and was quarterback for the 1978 and 1979 Cup losses to the Edmonton Eskimos. He lost his starting quarterback job in 1980 to Gerry Dattilio after six games, and was traded to the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Again, he shared quarterback duties for the Green Riders with John Hufnagel, and after the 1981 season headed to Toronto.

It was with the Toronto Argonauts that Barnes enjoyed his greatest success in the team's run and shoot offence. At first, due to injury and the excellent play of Condredge Holloway, Barnes played sparingly in 1982. Starting in 1983, he worked in tandem with Holloway. For two seasons, the tandem combined for over 5,000 yards. In 1983 Holloway passed for 3184 yards and Barnes, 2274. The next season the numbers reversed, with Barnes passing for 3128 yards and Holloway, 2231. Barnes helped lead Toronto to a long-awaited Grey Cup victory in 1983. As was his style, he came off the bench in the second half and engineered the game-winning drive and TD, a pass to Cedric Minter, in the final minutes. He was named the Grey Cup Most Valuable Player for his heroics.

In 1984, he was named an all-star. In 1985, he was traded to the Calgary Stampeders but the team struggled for wins. After 11 games he was returned to Montreal in a trade, now with the Montreal Concordes, and played with the briefly renamed and reborn Alouettes in 1986.

Barnes was known for his unpredictable and effective scrambling.

Personal life

His senior year, he dated Dianna Delp. They were married in June 1974 and have 2 children and 4 granddaughters.

References

  1. ^ Maki, Allan (November 25, 2000). "Former pivot drank deeply from cup of despair". The Globe and Mail. Retrieved January 21, 2019.
  2. ^ Consiglio, Alex (August 23, 2013). "Toronto Argonauts: Where are the 1983 Grey Cup champions now?". Toronto Star. Retrieved January 21, 2019.
  3. ^ Murray, Ken (July 15, 1994). "Misfortunes provide Barnes perspective". The Baltimore Sun. Retrieved January 21, 2019.
1972 Texas Tech Red Raiders football team

The 1972 Texas Tech Red Raiders football team represented Texas Tech University in the Southwest Conference during the 1972 college football season. In their third season under head coach Jim Carlen, the Red Raiders compiled an 8–4 record (4–3 against conference opponents), tied for second place in the conference, and outscored opponents by a combined total of 282 to 188. The team's statistical leaders included Joe Barnes with 1,142 passing yards, George Smith with 740 rushing yards, and Andre Tillman with 285 receiving yards. The team played its home games at Clifford B. & Audrey Jones Stadium.

1973 Gator Bowl

The 1973 Gator Bowl was an American college football bowl game played on December 29, 1973 at Gator Bowl Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida. The game pitted the Texas Tech Red Raiders and the Tennessee Volunteers.

1973 Texas Tech Red Raiders football team

The 1973 Texas Tech Red Raiders football team represented Texas Tech University in the Southwest Conference during the 1973 NCAA Division I football season. In their fourth season under head coach Jim Carlen, the Red Raiders compiled an 11–1 record (6–1 against conference opponents), finished in second place in the conference, defeated Tennessee in the 1973 Gator Bowl, were ranked No. 11 in the final AP Poll, and outscored opponents by a combined total of 342 to 187. The team's statistical leaders included Joe Barnes with 978 passing yards and 568 rushing yards and Andre Tillman with 428 receiving yards. The team played its home games at Clifford B. & Audrey Jones Stadium.

1974 Chicago Bears season

The 1974 Chicago Bears season was their 55th regular season completed in the National Football League. The club posted a 4–10 record, another dismal season which led to the termination of Abe Gibron as head coach.

66th Grey Cup

The 66th Grey Cup was played on November 26, 1978, before 54,695 fans at Exhibition Stadium at Toronto. The Edmonton Eskimos defeated the Montreal Alouettes in a close game, 20-13.

71st Grey Cup

The 71st Grey Cup was the 1983 Canadian Football League championship game played at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver between the Toronto Argonauts and hometown BC Lions. The Argos narrowly defeated the Lions 18-17, claiming their first Grey Cup victory in 31 years.

Aldi Henry

Aldi Henry (born July 17, 1972) is a former professional Canadian football player who played defensive back for the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League from 1997 to 2002. He was part of the Stampeders 1998 and 2001 Grey Cup winning teams. He won the Dick Suderman Trophy as the 89th Grey Cup's Most Valuable Canadian. He played college football at Michigan State University.

Carl Brazley

Carl Eugene Brazley (born September 5, 1957 in Louisville, Kentucky) was a football player in the Canadian Football League for thirteen years. Brazley played defensive back for the Montreal Alouettes, Ottawa Rough Riders and Toronto Argonauts from 1980 to 1992. He was a CFL All-Star in 1983, the same season he won the Grey Cup with the Argonauts. Brazley also played for the San Diego Chargers as a replacement player in 1987. He played college football at Western Kentucky University. He ended his 13-year career in 1993, playing with the Toronto Argonauts.

He has a wife Jan, a son Nikolas, and a daughter Sunni who all live in Louisville, Kentucky. Nikolas played for the Kentucky as a wide receiver from 2006 to 2011.

Dan Ferrone

Dan Ferrone (born April 3, 1958) is a former professional Canadian football player. He played with the Toronto Argonauts for 8 seasons, interrupted by one season with the Calgary Stampeders, in the Canadian Football League (CFL). He was an offensive lineman with the teams from 1981 to 1992, part of the Argonaut's Grey Cup championships in 1983 and 1991.

During Ferrone's time in the CFL, he was named to the CFL's All-Star team 5 times, the East Division All-Star team 8 times and one time West Division All-Star.

In 1992, his first year after retiring from the CFL, Ferrone was elected as the seventh president of the Canadian Football League Players' Association (CFLPA). He served as CFLPA president until 2000.

Following his service with the CFLPA, Ferrone coached the Toronto Argonauts offensive line in 2002, becoming the team's Vice-President in 2003 and serving as the team's President for 2004.

The multiple All-Star and Grey Cup champion was inducted to the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in September 2013.

Don Moen (Canadian football)

Don Moen (born April 29, 1960) is a former linebacker who played thirteen seasons in the Canadian Football League for the Toronto Argonauts. Moen holds the record for most games played in a career as an Argonaut with 222. During Moen's tenure in the CFL he won 2 Grey Cup championships with Toronto in 1983 and 1991.

In 2007 Moen was made a member of the "All-time Argos" team, joining Argo greats such as Mike O'Shea, Doug Flutie and Mike "Pinball" Clemons.

Fun Pier

Fun Pier opened up as the Wildwood Convention Hall Pier in 1924 by being leased out by Holly Beach Realty. In 1957 Holly Beach Realty ended there contract with the Wildwood Convention Hall Pier eventually rented the pier to Joe Barnes where he turned it into Fun Pier. When Barnes first started to rent the pier he had to destroy the entrance of the Wildwood Convention Hall to accommodate enough room to build some new rides. The end of the Wildwood Convention Hall which was an arcade and some shops was converted to a dark ride. Eventually by the mid 60's the building was torn down. The pier eventually got a Monorail, Ski Ride, Sky Tower and some other kiddie rides. In 1973 the Seascape ride way redeveloped into Castle Frankenstein. Later in 1975 the Devil's Inn was transformed into Lost World. On November 15, 1976 Joe Barnes sold the pier to the Howard's family. When he came some renovations came to the pier when he got rid of the classic monorail. In the 80's the pier added two water slides which would last until the final years of the pier. In 1984 there was a fire in the back of the pier (still unknown the cause) which burned Castle Frankenstein to the beach. Later that year on November 24, 1984 the Lost World was completely burned. This fire also destroyed the Crazy House, Jet 400, and the bumper cars. In 1984 Fun Pier removed the Sky Tower. The pole would remain on the pier until May 6, 2009. In the 1985 Season the two water slides were removed to make a difference on the pier. Later on that year Fun Pier would close down. In April 1, 1987 the pier was sold to Morey's Piers. During the 1987 season the Hanneford Family Circus rented the pier.

Gerry Dattilio

Gerry Dattilio (born June 11, 1953) is a former professional Canadian football quarterback in the Canadian Football League.

Grey Cup Most Valuable Player

The Grey Cup's Most Valuable Player award is awarded annually since 1959 to the player of the winning team who deemed to have had the best performance in the Grey Cup Game, the Canadian Football League's championship game.

Jamie Crysdale

Jamie Crysdale (born December 14, 1968 in Calgary, Alberta) is a former offensive lineman for the Calgary Stampeders from 1993 to 2005. He played in three Grey Cups for the Stampeders, winning two. He was an CFL Western Division All-Star centre in 1998.

Las Vegas Shakedown

Las Vegas Shakedown is a 1955 American crime film directed by Sidney Salkow from an original screenplay by Steve Fisher. The film stars Dennis O'Keefe, Coleen Gray, and Charles Winninger, and was released on May 15, 1955.

List of Montreal Alouettes starting quarterbacks

The following is an incomplete list of starting quarterbacks for the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League that have started a regular season game for the team. This list does not include preseason nor postseason appearances. They are listed in order of most starts with any tiebreaker being the date of each player's first start at quarterback for the Alouettes.

Men's Fitness (British magazine)

Men's Fitness (UK) is a monthly men's magazine specialising in health and fitness and published by Dennis Publishing in the UK and Ireland.

The magazine's slogan is "Fit For Life", and it targets men of all ages, featuring the latest tips, advice and information on training, nutrition, muscle-building, fat loss, and sports performance, as well as sex tips, grooming advice, celebrity interviews, and in-depth features and analysis on the core and emerging health and fitness trends. As of the April 2015 issue, the magazine consists of four distinct sections: Upgrade (short, tip-based fitness and nutrition articles, kit reviews and columns by fitness professionals, sportsmen and other experts), features, Fuel (nutrition) and Trainer (weight and performance training).

Its editors have included Pete Muir (currently editor of sister magazine Cyclist) and Jon Lipsey, now the publishing director of digital fitness magazine, IronLife. The current editor is Joe Barnes, formerly editor of FHM and Front, while erstwhile children's author and games journalist Joel Snape is associate editor and Will Jack, who has also worked at FHM and Front as well as Sport, is art director. A former deputy editor, Andy Dixon, is editor of Runner's World in the UK and another, Michael Donlevy, was editor of the UK edition of Maxim before its closure in 2009.

In 2009 Dennis Publishing acquired control of the complete publishing rights for Men’s Fitness in the UK and Ireland. The magazine was previously published under licence from American Media, Inc. Dennis has also published a number of books under the Men's Fitness brand, known as MagBooks, including the Amazon UK best-seller 12 Week Body Plan by its former deputy editor Joe Warner and personal trainer Nick Mitchell. In 2013 the magazine launched an interactive edition.

Terry Greer

Terry Greer (born September 27, 1957) is a former professional American and Canadian football player who played wide receiver with the Canadian Football League Toronto Argonauts and the NFL Cleveland Browns as well as the San Francisco 49ers. He held the CFL record for most catches in a season; he is a member of the Argonauts all-time roster and his #10 has been honored by the team. Terry Greer is known as the first to gain 2,000 yards in a 16-game season with the Argonauts. he had played then with marvelous players such as Jerry Rice and Joe Montana when playing for San Francisco.

The Tune Wranglers

The Tune Wranglers were a Western swing band from San Antonio, Texas, popular in the 1930s.

The group formed in 1935, and its original membership included Buster Coward (vocals, guitar), Eddie Fielding (banjo), and Charlie Gregg (vocals, fiddle). Fielding was replaced by Joe Barnes (known as Red Brown) soon after, and around 1936 Eddie Duncan joined on steel guitar. Fiddler Leonard Seago and Noah Hatley also played with the group for a short period. They played most often in Texas and Mexico, where they received airplay on border radio stations such as WOAI and KTSA.

From 1936 they recorded for Bluebird Records, both under their own name in English and under the name Tono Hombres in Spanish. In total, they recorded about 80 tunes, including a session of Hawaiian-style songs with banjoist/reeds twins Neal & Beal.

This page is based on a Wikipedia article written by authors (here).
Text is available under the CC BY-SA 3.0 license; additional terms may apply.
Images, videos and audio are available under their respective licenses.