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Nightline #647392

ABC Special for Monday, Sep 07, 1992

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  • Live discussion with Cokie Roberts (ABC), NCAA Executive Director Dick Schultz, Minnesota Vikings Head Coach Dennis Green, and "New York Times" columnist William Rhoden re: the lack of black head coaches in college football and basketball.
  • Taped segment with Armen Keteyian (ABC), Black Coaches Association Executive Director Rudy Washington, Dale Clayton of Carson-Newman College, former Northwestern University Athletic Director Doug Single, Clemson University Defensive Coordinator Ron Dickerson, North Carolina A and T Head Football Coach Bill Hayes, Ricky Birdsong of the University of Detroit, Frankie Allen of Tennessee State University, and Charles Whitcomb of the NCAA Minority Interests Committee.

  • Reporter(s):
    Roberts, Cokie (ABC);
    Keteyian, Armen (ABC)

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