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Sports: Football, Golf #87874

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 25, 1984
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(Studio) Giants-Kansas City football game featured; performances of individual players (named in report) detailed. Films shown courtesy NBC Sports. Other NFL (National Football League) scores listed on screen. Outcome of golf tournament between Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus reported; films shown. College bowl game pair-ups listed on screen. Miami-Boston College game last Friday, with exceptional pass by Doug Flutie, reviewed; films shown courtesy CBS Sports. [Fiesta Bowl associate executive director John JUNKER - agrees with Yogi Berra.] [Cotton Bowl executive director Jim BROCK - notes seriousness of bowl negotiations.] Econs. involved in bowl games outlined on screen, discussed. [Miami player Eddie BROWN - thinks team's going to Fiesta Bowl.] [BROCK - reacts to Flutie's pass.] [Player Gerard PHELAN, FLUTIE - comment on his throw.] [BROCK - thinks Boston College will be in Cotton Bowl.] Miami's Orange Bowl victory last year recalled. [Miami athletic director Sam JANKOVICH - is uncertain about team's participation in Fiesta Bowl.] [Miami player Bernie KOSAR - reacts to loss.]
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Schaap, Dick

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