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Sports: Pro Football / Syracuse University #106574

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 22, 1987
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.

(Studio: Ray Gandolf) Pro football games between Cleveland Browns-Houston Oilers, Buffalo Bills-New York Jets reported; details given, scenes shown, players named. Other game score given. Football and basketball successes for Syracuse Univ. reported; scenes shown courtesy CBS Sports. [On WABC-FM film, STUDENT - announces Syracuse basketball team picked as pre-season number 1.] [Football coach Dick MacPHERSON, players Don McPHERSON, Markus PAUL - comment on fan support.] History of Syracuse football reviewed; famous running backs listed. [MacPHERSON - discusses abilities of McPherson.] Basketball team featured. [Coach Jim BOEHEIM - discusses recruiting.] [Player Rony SEIKALY - discusses football team.] [On WABC-FM film, STUDENT - announces Syracuse football record.] Syracuse win over West Virginia Univ. reported; scenes shown. Opening game basketball loss to University of North Carolina reported

Donaldson, Sam;
Gandolf, Ray

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