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Sports: New York City Marathon, Football #87488

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 28, 1984
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(Studio) New York City marathon today examined; performances of Rod Dixon, Orlando Pizzolato, Grete Waitz and death of French runner reported Films shown. Patriots-Jets and other NFL (National Football League) football games detailed; films shown courtesy NBC Sports. Indiv. players and coach mentioned. Texas Christian Univ. football record this season noted; TCU coach Jim Wacker profiled. Films shown. Past TCU players recalled. [WACKER - likes the underdog.] [Player Ken. DAVIS - equates football with life.] [Player Byron LYNWOOD - jokes about status on campus.] TCU's recent game with Arkansas reviewed. [Mike FLYNN, Keith BURNETT, Andy PITTS - compare Wacker to Knute Rockne.] [WACKER - praises fans.] Scenes from "The Jim Wacker Show" shown. [WACKER - opposes illegal recruiting.]
REPORTER: Stone Phillips

Phillips, Stone

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