6 results for tag: Sam McCullum

The Randall Morris Golf Invitational

The White Horse Golf Club, located in Indianola, WA, was the site of the 12th Annual Randall Morris Celebrity Golf Invitational, held Sept. 15 and 16. A 1½-hour drive and ferry boat ride from Seattle, the two-day event featured a reception and auction at the nearby Suquamish Clearwater Casino on the 15th, followed by the golf tournament the following day at the White Horse Golf Club. Morris, a running back for the Seahawks in the 1984-1988 seasons, welcomed attendees at Saturday's reception. Anny Havland from Talk It Up TV was the emcee for the evening, and Seahawks Legends reporter Mike Brown himself headed up the live auction. " ...

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Legends & Seahawks Make-A-Wish Day

A number of Legends were on hand for Seahawks Make-A-Wish Day on August 7, 2018, at CenturyLink Field. As part of the special day, the Make-A-Wish kids put on their own Seahawks jerseys in the locker room before being introduced on the stadium PA and running out the tunnel onto the field. The Legends played catch with them, signed autographs and posed for pictures too.

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Legends & Make-A-Wish Day

Big Sky Honors for Sam McCullum

Congratulations to Seahawks Legend Sam McCullum, who was recently inducted into the Montana Football Hall of Fame. The induction banquet was held in Billings on March 24, 2018, with nine new members honored. McCullum was raised in Kalispell, Montana, where he attended Flathead High School, but had no real aspirations for playing team sports. "My first year of organized sports was my sophomore year in high school," said McCullum. "I was playing intramurals in the gym, and the basketball coach saw me and said, 'You should come out and play basketball.' So that's when I first started to think I could play sports. I had no skills, had no talent, ...

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A Visit with Sam McCullum

Sam played WR for the Seahawks in their inaugural season in 1976, and was in Seattle a total of 6 seasons (1976-1981). He scored 21 TDs with the Seahawks, including a season-best 6 TDs in 1980.

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Sam McCullum: The Assassin’s Target

September 11, 2011 By Scott M. Johnson The greatest game of Sam McCullum's six-year career in Seattle wasn't a memorable, come-from-behind victory that changed the course of a season. In fact, it wasn't even a victory. And to call it memorable would actually be misleading because McCullum doesn't remember a thing that happened after halftime. After suffering a concussion at the hands of a man that many consider the hardest hitter in NFL history, McCullum blacked out but still set a franchise record for receiving yards in the game. It marked one of many highlights of a Seahawks career that was sandwiched between McCullum's two stints ...

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