ABC Evening News for Saturday, Sep 05, 1987
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(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) John McEnroe's tantrum at United States Tennis Open and his eventual defeat of Slobodan Zivojinovic reported; details given, scenes shown. Outcome of Martina Navratilova -Lisa Bonder and Jimmy Connors -Jim Grabb matches reported; details given, scenes shown. North Texas State-OK Sooners, Miami Hurricanes-Florida college football games detailed; performances of individual players (named) noted. Scene shown.
(No location given: Ron Claiborne) Chris Carter's elimination from Ohio State football team for violating NCAA's player-agent rule in his financial rel. with agent Norby Walters examined; details given, scenes shown. [CARTER - didn't think he would be caught.] [Sports agent Steve ZUCKER - claims agents' violation of rules is widespread.] [July 1, courtesy "Good Morning America", WALTERS - criticizes NCAA.] Southern Methodist Univ. scandal recalled. [SMU president A. Ken. PYE - blames univs. for such problems.] NFL draft results for Charles Gladman and Carter, both ineligible for college football, reported [Coach Glenn "Bo" SCHEMBECHLER - thinks NFL (National Football League) is reinforcing dishonesty; explains.] [Coach Bobby ROSS - explains Georgia Tech regulation against player-agent contact.] [CARTER - cites greed.]
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