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From the Field to the Game of Life
By Tyrone Keys I had a unique experience at this years Super Bowl, I was the guest of Richard Dent who was MVP of Super Bowl XX and my roommate with the Bears. He was the presenter of this years Lombardi Trophy to the winning team. I also had a chance to meet and thank NFL commissioner Roger Goddell and board members of NFL Charties who have supported our students on their athletic and educational quest the last two decades.
ASCS in the News - MyFOX Tampa Bay
One of the most stressful times in a young person's life is when they are deciding their next step after high school. A non-profit organization is giving kids a little extra push to succeed. "All Sports Community Service" has been around for 20 years. It was started by Tyrone Keys, who once played in the NFL for the Chicago Bears and was on the team when they won a Super Bowl. Read more:
ASCS Alumni Garrett Johnson on MyFOX
TAMPA (FOX 13) - A Tampa entrepreneur is making his mark in Silicon Valley. Garrett Johnson is the co-founder of SendHub, a global call and text messaging service for business and groups. "So rather than having to go out and buy a landline phone or spend extra money on a cell phone, SendHub allows its users to use their existing device, add a second number to that existing device, and they can use them for calls, texting, social media and all the other business communications functions they need," Johnson explains.
From the Lockerrom to the Classroom
Tyrone Keys is not average—not in his size, not in his character, and certainly not in his commitment. A poet once wrote, “The measure of a man is not in his living; the measure of a man can be found in his giving.” And Tyrone has given much...Download the PDF below to read the full article.
Response training saves Robins team member
9/23/2011 - ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- Patti Williams, a customer analyst with DLA Aviation at Robins, wants to thank one Team Robins member for his quick response. As Williams was attending a working lunch in a conference room in Bldg. 215 on Sept. 13, the first bite she took of her sandwich left her unable to breathe. "The bite that I took went down my throat and got lodged," said Williams, recalling that all she could do was stand up, move her arms, and turn away as she felt she might become ill.
Alabamas Don Jacobs 44-yard drive
Alabama Quarterback Don Jacobs led the tide on a furious 44-yard drive in the game's closing minutes. With the ball on the Mississippi State four yard line and just 25 seconds left in the game, Jacobs was nailed in the backfield by Bulldog defender Tyrone Keys and fumbled the ball. State's Billy Jackson recovered and one of the greatest eras of Alabama football came to an ignominious end. FUll Story at