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Sports: Pro Football, Indiana University Knights #126666

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 09, 1990
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(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Report introduced.

(Studio: Ray Gandolf) Today's NFL (National Football League) pro football games between New York Giants-Minnesota Vikings, San Francisco 49ers-Cincinnati Bengals, Buffalo Bills-Indianapolis Colts reported; game highlights shown. Report introduced.

(South Bend, IN: Dick Schaap) Freshman teammates on Indiana University basketball team and its volatile coach Bobby Knight profiled; scenes shown. [Player Lyndon JONES, freshmen Damon BAILEY and coach's son Patrick KNIGHT, Notre Dame head coach Digger PHELPS, player Eric ANDERSON, Bobby KNIGHT - talk about Knights and the team.] [Bobby KNIGHT - talks about Bailey's potential.]

(Studio: Ray Gandolf) 18th game victory for champion Gary Kasparov over challenger Anatoly Karpov in World Chess Championship reported.

Gandolf, Ray;
Sawyer, Forrest;
Schaap, Dick

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