All James Starks all the time today!
Why James Starks title resonates so loudly in my home | THE BEST OF NICK MENDOLA . . .LIVE
James Starks doesn’t come from much… financially. As Jonah Bronstein skillfully stated in Sunday’s Niagara Gazette, the Starks family is part of a community fabric that carries a work ethic both humble and confident. Despite tearing it up in high school, Starks was always in the background. He wasn’t Paul Harris or Johnny Flynn inside Niagara Falls High School. When he committed to UB for football, then-head coach Jim Hofher put him at cornerback. After an injury derailed a potential senior year that had local folks salivating for the Doak Walker Award, Starks dropped to the sixth round of the draft. He suffered another injury and had to fight just to get onto the NFL field.
Starks fans beam after Super Bowl win | WIVB.com
Starks, who is a former U.B. Bulls player, rushed 52 yards on 11 carries against the leagues toughest defense. The Mayor of Niagara Falls says it was exciting to see Starks help the Packers beat the Steelers and take home the Lombardi Trophy.
American Chronicle | Super finish for Starks, Packers
James Starks will soon have a Super Bowl ring to wear around his hometown. - The Niagara Falls native rushed for 52 yards on 11 carries -- a robust 4.7-yard average -- Sunday to help the Green Bay Packers beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25 in Super Bowl XLV.
NF Celebrates Packers, Starks Victory | wgrz.com
Starks was not only a star player on the UB Bulls football squad, but was also a stand out at Niagara Falls High School. Former high school teammate Bert Dyster was there to cheer on Starks every time he carried the ball.
Starks goes it alone in Pack backfield - Bills & NFL - The Buffalo News
Starks saw plenty of work in the first half at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, then had a key gain in the fourth quarter during Green Bay's 31-25 championship win.