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Barcelona, Real Madrid and Football Clubs with the Most La Liga Championships

LA LIGA CHAMPION # TITLES SEASONS 2ND PLACE NOTES
1. Real Madrid 32 1931-32 Athletic Bilbao
1932-33 Athletic Bilbao
1953-54 Barcelona
1954-55 Barcelona
1956-57 Sevilla
1957-58 Atlético Madrid
1960-61 Atlético Madrid
1961-62 Barcelona
1962-63 Atlético Madrid
1963-64 Barcelona
1964-65 Atlético Madrid
1966-67 Barcelona
1967-68 Barcelona
1968-69 Las Plamas
1971-72 Valencia
1974-75 Zaragoza
1975-76 Barcelona
1977-78 Barcelona
1978-79 Sporting de Gijón
1979-80 Real Sociedad
1985-86 Barcelona
1986-87 Barcelona
1987-88 Real Sociedad
1988-89 Barcelona
1989-90 Valencia
1994-95 Deportivo La Coruña
1996-97 Barcelona
2000-01 Deportivo La Coruña
2002-03 Real Sociedad
2006-07 Barcelona
2007-08 Villarreal
2011-12 Barcelona
2. Barcelona 23 1928-29 Real Madrid
1944-45 Real Madrid
1947-48 Valencia
1948-49 Valencia
1951-52 Athletic Bilbao
1952-53 Valencia
1958-59 Real Madrid
1959-60 Real Madrid
1973-74 Atlético Madrid
1984-85 Atlético Madrid
1990-91 Atlético Madrid
1991-92 Real Madrid
1992-93 Real Madrid
1993-94 Deportivo La Coruña
1997-98 Athletic Bilbao
1998-99 Real Madrid
2004-05 Real Madrid
2005-06 Real Madrid
2008-09 Real Madrid
2009-10 Real Madrid
2010-11 Real Madrid
2012-13 Real Madrid
2014-15 Real Madrid
3. Atlético Madrid 10 1939-40 Sevilla as Atlético Aviación
1940-41 Athletic Bilbao as Atlético Aviación
1949-50 Deportivo La Coruña
1950-51 Sevilla
1965-66 Real Madrid
1969-70 Athletic Bilbao
1972-73 Barcelona
1976-77 Barcelona
1995-96 Valencia
2013-14 Barcelona
4. Athletic Bilbao 8 1929-30 Barcelona
1930-31 Racing Santander
1933-34 Real Madrid
1935-36 Real Madrid
1942-43 Sevilla
1955-56 Barcelona
1982-83 Real Madrid
1983-84 Real Madrid
5. Valencia 6 1941-42 Real Madrid
1943-44 Atlético Aviación (Atlético Madrid)
1946-47 Athletic Bilbao
1970-71 Barcelona
2001-02 Deportivo La Coruña
2003-04 Barcelona
6. Real Sociedad 2 1980-81 Real Madrid
1981-82 Barcelona
7. Deportivo La Coruña 1 1999-00 Barcelona
7. Sevilla 1 1945-46 Barcelona
7. Betis 1 1934-35 Real Madrid

Athletes Who Have Graced the Covers of All EA Madden NFL Games (1988 – Present)

YEAR RELEASED GAME NAME / VERSION COVER STAR(S)
1988 / 1990 John Madden Football John Madden
1991 John Madden Football II / John Madden Football ’92 John Madden
1992 John Madden Football ’93 John Madden
1993 Madden NFL ’94 John Madden
1994 Madden NFL 95 John Madden, Erik Williams, Karl Wilson
1995 Madden NFL 96 John Madden, Pat Terrell, Gordon Laro*
1996 Madden NFL 97 John Madden, Lamont Warren, Jason Mathews, Reggie White*
1997 Madden NFL 98 John Madden
1998 Madden NFL 99 John Madden / Garrison Hearst
1999 Madden NFL 2000 John Madden, Barry Sanders, Clyde Simmons* / Dorsey Levens
2000 Madden NFL 2001 Eddie George
2001 Madden NFL 2002 Daunte Culpepper
2002 Madden NFL 2003 Marshall Faulk
2003 Madden NFL 2004 Michael Vick
2004 Madden NFL 2005 Ray Lewis
2005 Madden NFL 06 Donovan McNabb
2006 Madden NFL 07 Shaun Alexander
2007 Madden NFL 08 Vince Young
2008 Madden NFL 09 Brett Favre
2009 Madden NFL 10 Troy Polamalu, Larry Fitzgerald
2010 Madden NFL 11 Drew Brees
2011 Madden NFL 12 Peyton Hillis
2012 Madden NFL 13 Calvin Johnson
2013 Madden NFL 25: 1989 – 2014 Barry Sanders / Adrian Peterson
2014 Madden NFL 15 Richard Sherman
2015 Madden NFL 16 Odell Beckham Jr.

NFL Draft: Marcus Mariota and The Best and Every No. 2 Pick in Draft History

What? No. 2?

Well, we already did all the No. 1’s.

Ten No. 2’s have made it to the Hall of Fame.

NO. 2 PICK HALL OF FAMERS

NFL DRAFT NO. 2 PICK POS. TEAM COLLEGE
1. 1939 Sid Luckman QB Chicago Bears Columbia
2. 1940 George McAfee HB Philadelphia Eagles Duke
3. 1952 Les Richter LB Dallas Texans California
4. 1964 Bob Brown T Philadelphia Eagles Nebraska
5. 1966 Tom Mack G Los Angeles Rams Michigan
6. 1975 Randy White DT Dallas Cowboys Maryland
7. 1977 Tony Dorsett RB Dallas Cowboys Pittsburgh
8. 1981 Lawrence Taylor LB New York Giants North Carolina
9. 1983 Eric Dickerson RB Los Angeles Rams SMU
10. 1994 Marshall Faulk RB Indianapolis Colts San Diego State

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ALL THE NO. 2 PICKS

NFL DRAFT NO. 2 PICK POS. TEAM COLLEGE
2015 Marcus Mariota QB Tennessee Titans Oregon
2014 Greg Robinson T St. Louis Rams Auburn
2013 Luke Joeckel T Jacksonville Jaguars Texas A&M
2012 Robert Griffin QB Washington Redskins Baylor
2011 Von Miller LB Denver Broncos Texas A&M
2010 Ndamukong Suh DT Detroit Lions Nebraska
2009 Jason Smith T St. Louis Rams Baylor
2008 Chris Long DE St. Louis Rams Virginia
2007 Calvin Johnson WR Detroit Lions Georgia Tech
2006 Reggie Bush RB New Orleans Saints USC
2005 Ronnie Brown RB Miami Dolphins Auburn
2004 Robert Gallery T Oakland Raiders Iowa
2003 Charles Rogers WR Detroit Lions Michigan State
2002 Julius Peppers DE Carolina Panthers North Carolina
2001 Leonard Davis T Arizona Cardinals Texas
2000 LaVar Arrington LB Washington Redskins Penn State
1999 Donovan McNabb QB Philadelphia Eagles Syracuse
1998 Ryan Leaf QB San Diego Chargers Washington State
1997 Darrell Russell DT Oakland Raiders USC
1996 Kevin Hardy LB Jacksonville Jaguars Illinois
1995 Tony Boselli T Jacksonville Jaguars USC
1994 Marshall Faulk RB Indianapolis Colts San Diego State
1993 Rick Mirer QB Seattle Seahawks Notre Dame
1992 Quentin Coryatt LB Indianapolis Colts Texas A&M
1991 Eric Turner DB Cleveland Browns UCLA
1990 Blair Thomas RB New York Jets Penn State
1989 Tony Mandarich T Green Bay Packers Michigan State
1988 Neil Smith DE Kansas City Chiefs Nebraska
1987 Cornelius Bennett LB Indianapolis Colts Alabama
1986 Tony Casillas DT Atlanta Falcons Oklahoma
1985 Bill Fralic G Atlanta Falcons Pittsburgh
1984 Dean Steinkuhler T Houston Oilers Nebraska
1983 Eric Dickerson RB Los Angeles Rams SMU
1982 Johnie Cooks LB Baltimore Colts Mississippi State
1981 Lawrence Taylor LB New York Giants North Carolina
1980 Lam Jones WR New York Jets Texas
1979 Mike Bell DE Kansas City Chiefs Colorado State
1978 Art Still DE Kansas City Chiefs Kentucky
1977 Tony Dorsett RB Dallas Cowboys Pittsburgh
1976 Steve Niehaus DT Seattle Seahawks Notre Dame
1975 Randy White DT Dallas Cowboys Maryland
1974 Bo Matthews RB San Diego Chargers Colorado
1973 Bert Jones QB Baltimore Colts LSU
1972 Sherman White DE Cincinnati Bengals California
1971 Archie Manning QB New Orleans Saints Mississippi
1970 Mike McCoy DT Green Bay Packers Notre Dame
1969 George Kunz T Atlanta Falcons Notre Dame
1968 Bob Johnson C Cincinnati Bengals Tennessee
1967 Clint Jones RB Minnesota Vikings Michigan State
1966 Tom Mack G Los Angeles Rams Michigan
1965 Ken Willard RB San Francisco 49ers North Carolina
1964 Bob Brown T Philadelphia Eagles Nebraska
1963 Jerry Stovall DB St. Louis Cardinals LSU
1962 Roman Gabriel QB Los Angeles Rams North Carolina State
1961 Norm Snead QB Washington Redskins Wake Forest
1960 George Izo QB St. Louis Cardinals Notre Dame
1959 Dick Bass FB Los Angeles Rams Pacific
1958 John David Crow HB Chicago Cardinals Texas A&M
1957 Jon Arnett HB Los Angeles Rams USC
1956 Earl Morrall QB San Francisco 49ers Michigan State
1955 Max Boydston E Chicago Cardinals Oklahoma
1954 Lamar McHan QB Chicago Cardinals Arkansas
1953 Billy Vessels HB Baltimore Colts Oklahoma
1952 Les Richter LB Dallas Texans California
1951 Bob Williams QB Chicago Bears Notre Dame
1950 Adrian Burk QB Baltimore Colts Baylor
1949 John Rauch QB Detroit Lions Georgia
1948 Skippy Minisi HB New York Giants Pennsylvania
1947 Glenn Davis HB Detroit Lions Army
1946 Dub Jones HB Chicago Cardinals LSU
1945 Paul Duhart FB Pittsburgh Steelers Florida
1944 Pat Harder FB Chicago/Pittsburgh Cardinals/Steelers Wisconsin
1943 Joe Muha FB Philadelphia/Pittsburgh Eagles/Steelers VMI
1942 Jack Wilson HB Cleveland Rams Baylor
1941 John Kimbrough FB Chicago Cardinals Texas A&M
1940 George McAfee HB Philadelphia Eagles Duke
1939 Sid Luckman QB Chicago Bears Columbia
1938 Jim McDonald FB Philadelphia Eagles Ohio State
1937 Ed Goddard FB Brooklyn Dodgers Washington State
1936 Riley Smith FB/LB Boston Redskins Alabama

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