Archive | January, 2009

Tale of the Tape: Bing vs. Stanley Crosby

Posted on 16 January 2009

Bing Crosby
Born: May 3, 1903
Place of Birth: Tacoma, WA
Education: Gonzaga University
Quote: I think popular music in this country is one of the few things in the twentieth century that have made giant strides in reverse.
Claim to Fame: Crosby was hugely popular both as a singer and as an actor. Crosby teamed with Bob Hope in […]

Tale of the Tape: Mia vs. Jon Hamm

Posted on 16 January 2009

Mia Hamm
Born: March 17, 1972
Place of Birth: Selma, Alabama
Education: University of North Carolina
Quote: The person that said winning isn’t everything, never won anything.
Claim to Fame: Perhaps the greatest woman soccer player in history, Hamm has more international goals than anyone in history, man or woman.
Awards and Honors: FIFA World Player of the Year, National Soccer […]

Welcome To Blogezine!

Posted on 16 January 2009

Blogezine is the official Blog of is the web’s first comprehensive portal featuring awards and honors in virtually all fields.
Currently, there are nearly 1000 awards and more than 38,000 award winners on the site. will feature highlights from the site, but it is also a vehicle for you to suggest awards to […]

Tags: , , , Launches… the Web’s First Comprehensive Awards Portal

Posted on 16 January 2009

NORTH CALDWELL, N.J., Jan. 12 /PRNewswire/ — The official launch of , the Web’s first comprehensive awards portal, was announced today by CEO Jon Gelberg. Featuring over 800 awards and honors and more than 32,000 award winners, provides news, trivia, polls, a calendar and a fully searchable database.
At, visitors find everything from […]

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While the Heisman Trophy is the most prestigious award for a college football player, another award has been far better at predicting success in the NFL. Which award is it?

Posted on 16 January 2009

The Heisman Trophy is more prestigious than the Maxwell Award, but the Maxwell has been a far better predictor of future success. In 1997, the Heisman winner was Charles Woodson, while the Maxwell went to Peyton Manning. The 2000 Heisman went to Chris Weinke, while the Maxwell went to Drew Brees. In 2003, Heisman snubbed […]

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