Philadelphia Eagles owner Leonard Tose has concluded an agreement to sell the National Football League team to Miami businessman and native Philadelphian Norman Braman, club spokesman Ron Howard said.
Howard would not disclose the terms of the agreement. Last week, a source told United Press International that Tose had agreed to sell Braman 100% of the franchise for $65 million. Sources said Braman agreed to keep the team in Philadelphia.
In 1933, [Stiner]'s first year, a Beaver team that was known as the Iron Men held USC to a 0-0 tie, ending a 25-game winning streak by the Trojans, still the longest streak in USC history.