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  • College Sports
    October 18, 2018

    5 College Football Traditions You Need to See


    College football is rich in history and traditions. The Notre Dame Fighting Irish have their famous “Play Like a Champion” sign that they all tap before heading out onto the field. The USC drum major stabs the field with his sword before every home game. Penn State hosts their annual “White Out” game where the […]

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  • General
    September 28, 2018

    Longest Losing Streaks in Sports


    Dilly Dilly! The Cleveland Browns finally won a game for the first time in what felt like forever in week 3 against the New York Jets. The sports world went nuts, the internet was in shock, Bud Light gave out free beer to the people of Cleveland, and even non-sports fans were talking about the […]

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  • Football
    September 20, 2018

    What you missed in the first 2 weeks of the 2018 NFL season


    From the emergence of Patrick Mahomes to the continuing mishaps of the Cleveland Browns – it’s been a busy first couple of weeks in the NFL. Here’s our highlights of everything you need to know from week 1 and 2 of the 2018 NFL season… Tie Games Are So Hot Right Now Tie games are […]

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  • General
    August 27, 2018

    Famous Athletes Who Knew Each Other As Kids


    Ever wonder which athletes knew each other as kids? Which pros played together on the same team in high school? There’s so many stories of star athletes who knew each other when they were young. Here are 7 instances of sports star connections from a young age that caught our attention. AMARI COOPER, TEDDY BRIDGEWATER, […]

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  • General
    July 31, 2018

    This Month in Sports: July 2018


    July was a busy month in sports. From the MLB All-Star Game to the World Cup to NBA Free Agency and more – there’s a lot that’s taken place these past 31 days. Here’s our list of the top 8 story lines in sports from July 2018… July 1st – Lebron signs with the Lakers The month […]

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  • General
    July 20, 2018

    Must-Watch College Football Games Of 2018


    We know – it’s still pretty early to be thinking about college football. But, what can we say – we love football. Seriously, high school, JUCO, FBS, you name it – if it’s football, you have our interest. Here’s our list of the FBS games we are most looking forward to for the 2018 season. […]

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  • General
    June 30, 2018

    5 of the Best JUCO Players of All Time


    We’re big fans of JUCO football. Legend Rings created the 2017 KJCCC Championship rings for the Independence Pirates – the team featured on Season 3 of Netflix’s Last Chance U. For those that aren’t familiar with the show, it follows the ups and downs of a JUCO team’s season. For the first two seasons, the show […]

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  • Football
    May 30, 2018

    Other Names To Know In The CFL Besides Johnny Manziel


    You might only know one name in the CFL – Johnny Manziel. Which means that you are likely a new fan of the league. As a Canadian company (we are based in Edmonton – home of the Eskimos) that has had the privilege of creating championship rings for many US college and high school football […]

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  • General
    May 18, 2018

    Big Time Sports on the Small Screen – 10 Sports Shows You Should Watch


    Looking for a new show to get into? Here are a few of our favorites from past and present. From real life docu-series that follow teams to dramas – there’s something on our list for just about everyone. This list primarily focuses on shows related to football, basketball, hockey, and baseball. LAST CHANCE U | […]

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  • Football
    April 28, 2018

    8 Elite QBs Not Drafted in the 1st Round


    Congratulations to Baker Mayfield (#1 overall), Sam Darnold (#3 overall), Josh Allen (#7 overall), Josh Rosen (#10 overall) and Lamar Jackson (#32 overall). This year’s first round in the NFL Draft was a big one for quarterbacks. The last time 5 QBs were taken in the first round, it was 1999. Of those, Daunte Culpepper […]

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  • College Sports
    April 14, 2018

    12 of the best high school nicknames in America


    When coming up with a nickname, some high schools go with the intimidation route (what would sound scary to play against in sports). Others name themselves after something local or historical. Some decide to go the unique route. Those are our favourites. While there’s nothing wrong with the Eagles, Tigers, Panthers, Bulldogs, Wildcats, Warriors, Lions, […]

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  • Basketball
    March 27, 2018

    3 Coaching Lessons from the Loyola (Chicago) Ramblers


    March Madness has provided an array of underdog stories. A number 16 team knocked off a number 1 team for the first time in history. All four of the top-seeded teams in the South region lost in the first week. And of course, a number 11 seed made it to the Final Four for just […]

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  • Basketball
    March 15, 2018

    You should get into March Madness at least once in your lifetime. Here’s why.


    It’s never predictable Almost every team (even a #16 team in 2018) has at least a shot of an upset. While this is true in every sport (particularly those with one-and-done playoff scenarios), March Madness truly embraces the underdog story. Here’s a few stats that illustrate this point: Only once in tournament history have all […]

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  • General
    February 28, 2018

    Athletic Talent Has No Boundaries


    Earlier this week, Seattle Seahawks’ QB Russell Wilson began his spring training stint with the New York Yankees. While Wilson’s name is synonymous with his football career (rightfully so as a Super Bowl Champ and 4-time Pro Bowler), he’s also pretty good at baseball. A second basemen, Wilson’s baseball career has included time with the […]

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  • Basketball
    February 21, 2018

    Comparing the NBA All-Star Weekend to March Madness


    Now that it’s mid-February we are right in between two of basketball’s biggest events. With the NBA All-Star Weekend having just taken place and March Madness coming up shortly, February is a great month to be a basketball fan. Aside from their proximity on the calendar and the fact that they both feature an abundance […]

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  • Football
    January 31, 2018

    Before the XFL: The Rise & Fall of the USFL


    Before the XFL: The Rise & Fall of the USFL Earlier this week, Vince McMahon announced the return of the XFL, a football league that lasted all of one season back in 2001. Over the past week there’s been a resurgence of talk about the XFL, its fight to become a respectable league within the […]

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  • Football
    January 17, 2018

    Who’s the best NFL playoff coach of all-time?


    Throughout the history of the NFL there have been plenty of talented coaches. It takes a certain something for a coach to not only be successful during the regular season, but to also push this success into the post season when it really matters. Here are 4 all-time great NFL playoff coaches… Vince Lombardi Vince […]

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  • General
    December 31, 2017

    Top 17 Sports Moments of 2017


    As 2017 draws to an end, we’re reflecting on the year that was in sports. We’ve put together 17 of our favorite 2017 plays, moments, stories and highlights in sports… January 28th, 2017 – Serena Williams wins the Australian Open while 2 months pregnant Is there anything this woman can’t do? Fun fact my daughters […]

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  • Football
    December 13, 2017

    If you can only watch 5 Bowl Games in 2017/18, watch these ones


    We’ll start off by noting we don’t include any of the New Year’s Six games in this article. All of those are bound to be fantastic games – yes, even the craziness that could be the Orange Bowl (#6 Wisconsin vs. #10 Miami). We should also mention that all Bowl games are great and you […]

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  • Football
    November 30, 2017

    Make Your Own College Football Play Call Cards


    College football play card signs serve 2 main purposes. The first, they enable players to digest complex play calls at higher speeds (by breaking things up into simple and memorable symbols). This means that they can speed up the offense. The second thing they do is make excellent social media posts. We’ve handpicked some of […]

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  • Football
    November 20, 2017

    Quiz: The Legendary College Bowl Game Quiz


    Think you know your college football? Test your bowl game knowledge with our quiz! Are you a Legend?

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  • College Sports
    October 26, 2017

    7 Crazy FBS Records That’ll Likely Be Hard To Beat


    Kansas had a rough go in Week 8. They managed to get 21 total yards of offense in a nationally-televised 43-0 loss to #4-ranked TCU. Ya, you read that right, 21 yards of total offense. That broke a record for fewest in Big 12 history. To put things into perspective, here’s a few stats. They […]

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  • College Sports
    October 18, 2017

    Every College Bowl Game, One Easy Downloadable Digital Wallpaper


    College football’s 2017-18 National Championship game takes place January 8th at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. You might already have known that. But do you know off the top of your head what date the Holiday Bowl is? How about the Pinstripe Bowl is? If not – you could probably use this free bowl games desktop background. Download […]

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  • College Sports
    September 29, 2017

    Coaching the top teams in the nation


    Alabama Crimson Tide | Nick Saban Saban is regarded as one of the best (if not THE best) college football coaches of all time. When your name gets discussed in the company of coaching legends Lou Holtz and Bear Bryant, you’re doing something right. With a couple of brief stints in the NFL (Defensive Coordinator […]

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  • Football
    September 26, 2017

    QUIZ: How well do you know the 2017 NFL draft class?


    Test your NFL rookie knowledge. Take our quiz to see where you stand…

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  • Basketball
    September 1, 2017

    Ingredients of a Legend: Danny Ainge Edition


    Ingredients of a Legend: Danny Ainge – Guts Rarely do you see top-tier conference rivals make an off-season blockbuster trade after they just met in the Conference Finals months earlier. However, every once in awhile it happens – creating a fan and media frenzy. Earlier this week, the Boston Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers turned the […]

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  • College Sports
    August 17, 2017

    Legend Inspiration: Lou Holtz Phone & Desktop Wallpaper Download


    As a coach – part of your job is to inspire your players. Sometimes this comes in the form of a well timed speech, other times through a showcase of work ethic, and sometimes all it takes is a look. For some coaches, having the wit and way words to instill confidence and inspiration in […]

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  • Football
    July 31, 2017

    4 Reasons to Watch the CFL


    During these dog days of summer, you’re likely missing football. With about a month to go before the NCAA kicks off and NFL training camps just under way – there’s quite some time before you can feast your eyes on meaning football. That is unless, you follow the CFL. The CFL or Canadian Football League […]

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  • General
    July 14, 2017

    Legend Spotlight: Lance Franklin


    Lance Franklin is a Key Forward who plays for the Sydney Swans of the Australian Football League (AFL). Throughout his 12 seasons in the AFL Franklin has become a modern-day Aussie Rules legend. On the Field Before signing with the Swans, Franklin played for the Hawthorn Hawk. He won 2 Premierships with the Hawks – […]

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  • Baseball
    June 29, 2017

    Ingredients of a Legend: Willie Mays Edition


    Many baseball fans and critics consider Mays to be the best all-around player of all time. Some were better at hitting for power or to get on base, others may be better at defense or running – but it’s hard to argue that there was anyone better at combining each of these individual ingredients. Offense […]

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  • Baseball
    June 16, 2017

    5 Best Mascots in the MLB


    Sports aren’t all about the athletes. From coaches to general managers, scouts, athletic trainers and even mascots – there are lots of people involved in the process of making a great sporting experience. In this article – we honor mascots, as we look at the top 5 in the MLB. 1) The Phillie Phanatic – […]

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  • Hockey
    May 15, 2017

    Ingredients of a Legend: NHL Conference Finals Edition


    And then there were four. The 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs has reached the Conference Finals. To celebrate – we look at a legendary characteristic from one (or two) players from each of the four remaining team. Western Conference Anaheim Ducks | Ryan Getzlaf – Resilience There likely isn’t a better word to describe the Anaheim […]

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  • Football
    May 15, 2017

    Legend Inspiration: Joe Namath Phone & Desktop Wallpaper Download


    The road to becoming a champion is long – whether you’re a coach, player or fan, you’re likely going to need a little mind fuel along the way. Here is some free motivation for your computer desktop, tablet and phone. Our hope is that you’re inspired to become a Legend every time you look at […]

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  • Baseball
    April 19, 2017

    12 can’t miss MLB dates of 2017


    May 26: Rougned Odor vs. Jose Bautista. Sounds like a UFC showdown These two meet for the first time in 2017 as the Texas Rangers visit the Toronto Blue Jays. If you don’t know the backstory, it started with Jose Bautista’s bat flip way back in the 2015 ALDS after he hit a key 3-run […]

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  • Basketball
    August 13, 2016

    Kevin Durant


    Here at Legend Rings making Custom Rings comes with many perks. We get to work with athletes young and old to create beautiful rings, we get to partner with some of largest University’s and Colleges across North America and every once in a while create ring for a star professional athlete.  Kevin Durant (superstar NBA […]

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  • Hockey
    October 6, 2015

    Legend Interview: Randy Gregg


    When thinking of some of the all-time greatest sports dynasty’s, the Edmonton Oilers of the 80’s are right up there.  The team was comprised of many of the same individuals for all 5 Stanley Cup victories in 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988 and 1990.  With all-time greats such as Wayne Gretzky, Mark Messier, Jari Kurri, Paul […]

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  • General
    May 15, 2015

    PlayOn! and Legend Rings


    Legend Rings is proud to announce a major partnership! We are teaming up with PlayOn! across Canada to provide their National Champions with custom Championship Rings!  PlayOn! is Canada’s largest sports festival and street hockey tournament every year with over 5000 teams across 12 cities and 35,000 players. It’s a huge honor for us to […]

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  • Hockey
    May 1, 2015

    A Look at the LA Kings 2014 Championship Ring


    The Stanley Cup is one of the most well know trophies in the world. Once won it travels around the world with each victorious player during the off-season and could tell (we’re sure) some very interesting stories! Another tradition is the winning team receives its Championship Rings prior to the next season at a party. […]

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  • General
    March 28, 2014

    Championship Rings – Inspire the Winner!


    Championship Sports Rings are a source of pride for both individuals and teams. These rings are a way of remembering epic battles and thrilling victories. The trend of awarding championship rings is not new, but is now becoming more common every day. Championship rings are presented to the winning teams and it’s players in all […]

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  • General
    February 1, 2014

    The making of a Legend!​


    When trying to think of a first blog post I though what better place to start than the beginning of Legend Rings. The final whistle blew and our football team had just won it’s 3rd championship in five year. This one was particularly special because it was Division 1, against the toughest opponents and we were […]

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