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4 Years Have Passed Since the Death of Terrapin Legend King Corcoran

Not a day goes by on terptalk.com without many visits from fans looking for more info on the life of King Corcoran. If you are interested just google King Corcoran and terp talk and most of the articles and comments will come up immediately. 

The King lives on forever. As always I welcome all comments and stories about the King.  Perhaps we might be ready for another King Corcoran Tribute Show. Let  me know your thoughts.king Corcoran

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3 Years Have Passed Since the Death of Terrapin Legend Jim “King...

Not a day goes by on terptalk.com without many visits from fans looking for more info on the life of King Corcoran. If you are interested just google King Corcoran and terp talk and most of the articles and comments will come up immediately.

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One Year Has Passed Since the Death of King Corcoran—Legend Cont...

It is incredible that 1 year has passed since the all too soon death of Terrapin Legend King Corcoran. I promised a year ago that I would continue to keep up the talk about the King. If anyone reading this blog has any new stories about the King feel free to add them in the comments section. “LONG LIVE THE KING”

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Update on Recent NFL Films Special on King Corcoran

The Legend lives on. But in this Steve Sabol produced special on King Corcoran, several issues were set clear:

The King was not the best family man according to his son and daughter who had very little to do with their father in his later years.

The King was not of Indian heritage and was not born with the name Running Wolf.

The King never had a drug or alcohol problem.

For whatever reasons everyone wanted to be friends with King.

The King was uncoachable but certainly could play the game.

Those fascinated by Jim “The King” Corcoran would indeed enjoy watching the show.  I will find out when it is on again and let everyone know.

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NFL Films To Air King Corcoran Special–Reliving His Days at Mary...

The late King Corcoran lives on in the memory of his legions of fans. Steve sabol discusses the King’s career at College Park in the film that will air today.  On Terp Talk tonight we still would like to hear any special stories you might have about the King. Call in at 1-866-950-5225 tonight between 6 and 7 PM. Listen in on the web at terptalk.com.

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Special on King Corcoran Today at 2:30 PM on ESPN2
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Washington Post, Washington Times Weigh In on King Corcoran

For those of you who can’t enough of the King here are two lengthy articles on the King from the 2 Washington Dailies.

Washington Post   and the Washington Times Note on page 2 , Tom Laverro refers to the Terp Talk website.King Corcoran Post

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Messages Coming From All Over The Country Expressing Grief over the Lo...

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I never thought that the site would be blanketed by emails from King Corcoran fans all over the USA and Canada. Thursday night on a special edition of Terp Talk, I will relay many of the stories I have been told and hopefully we will have several phone interviews concerning the flamboyant life of the Man who spread the Terrapin name around the country, King Corcoran.

 There will be a memorial service for King Corcoran at Sligo SDA Church on Wednesday, July 1, 2009, at 7 pm. This is located at 7700 Carroll Ave, Takoma Park, MD 20912. Their phone is 301-270-6777. Donations towards his funeral arrangements can be sent to them, c/o King Corcoran arrangements.

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The King Is Dead–Terrapin Legend King Corcoran Dies of Cardiac Arrest


University of Maryland Legend James King Corcoran has passed away. Corcoran attended the University of Maryland starting in 1962. He played as a back-up quarterback behind Dick Shiner and Alan Pastrana. An injury benched Corcoran for the 1963 season.[1] In 1964, he led the Terps to a 27-22 victory over Navy in the 1964 Crab Bowl Classic against Roger Staubach. In 1969, Corcoran signed a 3 year, $125,000 contract with the Pottstown Firebirds. Corcoran would lead the Firebirds to back to back championships in 1969 and 1970. His last NFL experience was with the Philadelphia Eagles, which released him in 1971. Tune in to TerpTalk Thursday night for much more on why the King was the most flamboyant QB ever at College Park.

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