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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.
(Studio: Ray Gandolf) Pro football games between Chicago Bears-Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings-Green Bay Packers and Houston Oilers-Cincinnati Bengals reported; scenes shown from CBS and NBC Sports. University of New Hampshire college basketball coach Gerry Friel profiled; game scenes shown. [FRIEL - describes basketball program.] [Ex-coach Bob COUSY, players Dave MARSHALL, Derek COUNTS - talk about Friel.] [Director of athletics and recreation Michael O'NEIL - says academic integrity and wins can go hand-in-hand.] [University of New Hampshire athletic director Lionel CARBONNEAU - talks about Friel.] Efforts by university to get Friel to resign because of his lengthy losing record detailed. [FRIEL, univ. president Gordon HAALAN - refuse to comment on school policies.] [MAN, COUSY, FRIEL - comment on situation.]
- Donaldson, Sam;
- Gandolf, Ray
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