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Sports: Football Play-Offs / Black Quarterbacks #112276

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 09, 1988
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(Studio: Barry Serafin) Results of NFL (National Football League) play-off games between Cleveland Browns-Indianapolis Colts and Minnesota Vikings-San Francisco 49ers reported; details given, scenes shown courtesy of NBC Sports; players named. Tomorrow's games previewed. Report introduced.

(NYC: Dick Schaap) Starting black quarterbacks in NFL (National Football League) featured; details given, scenes shown. Doug Williams, Warren Moon, and college players Syracuse Univ.'s Don McPherson, University of OK's Charles Thompson, Michigan State's Bobby McAllister, USC's Rodney Peete named; scenes shown. [Washington Redskins player Mark MAY - hopes team has first black quarterback in Super Bowl.] College career of Williams at Grambling College and pro career recalled; scenes shown. [WILLIAMS - comments.] [Washington Redskins player Gary CLARK, Joe JACOBY - talk about Williams and tomorrow's game.] Myths about black quarterbacks and coaches mentioned.

Schaap, Dick;
Serafin, Barry

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