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Sports: Football #81866

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 27, 1983
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(Studio) Saints-Vikings, Browns-Baltimore football games featured; performances of several individual players (named in report) considered. Films shown courtesy CBS and NBC sports, respectively; other NFL (National Football League) game scores listed on screen.
REPORTER: Jim Lampley

(Lincoln, Nebraska) Johnny Rodgers recalled 1st Nebraska player to win Heisman Trophy. Current Heisman contender Mike Rozier featured. [Guy ROZIER - would like award.] Guy Rozier noted doing interviews for brother Mike Rozier; Rozier's collegiate football career examined. Films shown. [Dean STEINKUHLER, Guy ROZIER - praise Rozier's athletic abilities.] Rel. between Guy and Mike Rozier discussed. [Guy ROZIER - explains basis of his approach to brother.] [Mike ROZIER - describes home life as child.] [Guy ROZIER - praises parents' efforts.] [Mike ROZIER - discusses ambitions, possible Heisman win.] [Irving FRYAR - jokes about trophy.] [Guy ROZIER - describes brother's relationship with team.]
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

(Studio) Oilers-Tampa game reported.
REPORTER: Jim Lampley

Lampley, Jim;
Schaap, Dick

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