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Sports: Football, Marathon #87385

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 21, 1984
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(Studio) Miami-New England, Saint Louis-WA football games detailed; films shown courtesy CBS. Other NFL (National Football League) game scores listed on screen; individual players named in report Steve Jones reported winning Chicago marathon, followed by Carlos Lopes; details given. Football player Doug Flutie featured; films shown. [Jack BICKNELL - recalls initial impressions of Flutie.] [FLUTIE - recalls similar period.] Flutie's college football record outlined; Heisman contenders Mike Rozier and Steve Young mentioned. Films shown courtesy Cappy Productions. [Gerard FLAYLON - considers Flutie's playing magic.] [FLUTIE - reads horoscope.] Darren Flutie mentioned. [FLUTIE - comments on magazine cover.] Representative Thomas O'Neill, Leonard Nimoy, Ed McMahon noted Boston College graduates.
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Schaap, Dick

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