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Sports: Football / Dallas Cowboys #107142

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 26, 1987
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(Studio: Barry Serafin) NFL (National Football League) football game between Cleveland Browns- Pittsburgh Steelers reported; scenes shown from NBC Sports; players named. Report introduced.

(Dallas, Texas: Bill O'Reilly) Fall of Dallas Cowboys football team featured; details given, scenes shown. [Sportswriter Frank LUKSA - says Cowboys at bottom.] Team's problems detailed. [Dallas Cowboys general manager Tex SCHRAM, player Tony DORSETT - discuss team.] Possibility team owner "Bum" Bright looking to sell team reported; Bright's earlier criticism of coaching reported [Coach Tom LANDRY - responds to criticism.] [Player Ed "Too Tall" JONES - comments.] Scenes shown of actor Nick Nolte in film "North Dallas Forty". Dispute over cause of team's downfall detailed. [Ex-player Drew PEARSON, LUKSA - discuss front office] Game scenes shown.

O'Reilly, Bill;
Serafin, Barry

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