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Sports: Football, Basketball, Track #94488

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 24, 1985
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(NYC) New Jersey Gens.-Birmingham football game with Doug Flutie featured; performances of individual players (named) highlighted. Films shown. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's playing in Los Angeles-New York basketball game noted; films shown courtesy CBS Sports. Olympic hopeful runner Eamonn Coghlan profiled; films shown. [COOHLAN - recalls father's advice.] His career reviewed; loss to John Walker recalled. Coghlan's commercial ventures listed, illustrated. [COGHLAN - jokes about his reputation for talking too much; discusses running, his nickname.] His loss last night to Doug Padilla noted. [COGHLAN - looks forward to outdoor season.] Golfer Mark O'Meara, boxers Marvin Hagler and Tommy Hearns mentioned.
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Schaap, Dick

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