Golf – 1985 – The Masters Tournament – 2nd Round – Host Brent Musburger + Tom Weiskopf

DOG COMMENTARY: The 1985 Masters Tournament was the 49th Masters Tournament….which was held April 11 – 14 at  Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia…..as Bernhard Langer won the first of his two major championships, both Masters, two strokes ahead of runners-up Seve Ballesteros, Raymond Floyd, and Curtis Strange. A score of 69 (−3) on Saturday put Floyd in the lead after 54 holes at 212 (−4)….with…

Golf – 1984 + 1995 – Special Highlights – Ben Crenshaw Masters Championships

DOG COMMENTARY: As I have said on many occasions….every now and then a really special video rolls up in the queue to be posted that brings back awesome memories of days gone by….and this  to those of us responsible for this ImaSportsphile site….and this is one of those….cuz this one is not only special because…

Golf – 1986 – Masters Tournament – Final Round – Hosts Brent Musburger + Tom Weiskoff

DOG COMMENTARY: This final round of the 1986 Masters Tournament….which was the 50th Masters Tournament….was held April 10–13 at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia…..as this day started out with Bernhard Langer and Greg Norman being tied for the lead at -6…..and it remained pretty much the same through the first 6 holes…..but by the 8th hole….Jack Nicklaus had begun…

NFL – 1983 – CBS NFL Today – NFC Divisional Playoffs Pregame – Bucs Vs Cowboys + Vikings Vs Falcons

DOG COMMENTARY: This 1983 CBS NFL Today program took place on January 9, 1983 featuring The NFL Today crew of Brent Musburger, Irv Cross, Phyllis George and Jimmy The Greek Snyder at the pregame sports desk….with Pat Summerall and John Madden calling the NFC Divisional game between the Dallas Cowboys vs Tampa Bay Bucs…..along with Tom Brookshire and Wayne Walker…

MLB – 1981 – Special – CBS Brent Musburger Interview With Reds Pete Rose – Chasing 4192

DOG COMMENTARY:  It has always been thought provoking for me when considering the only two men in baseball history to exceed 4,191 hits…Ty Cobb and Pete Rose….cuz we’re talking over 115 years of MLB….and only two players have ever reached that pinnacle….and these two guys had 420 or more hits than the guy who is…

NCAAW + NCAAM Basketball – 1985 – Special – Louisana Tech Basketball – Host Vern Lundquist

DOG ASIDE:  This CBS Sports Sunday special featuring the 1985 NCAA men’s and women’s basketball program at Louisiana Tech University features legendary sportscasters Brent Musburger and Vern Lundquist covering the success that the small university in Ruston, Louisiana has hand over the years….while featuring an interview by Lundquist of NBA star Carl Malone and Teresa…

NCAAW Basketball – 1985 – Special – Womens NCAA Selection Sunday – Road To The Final Four

DOG COMMENTARY:  This 1985 CBS Sports special hosted by legendary broadcaster Brent Musburger features the NCAA Women’s Basketball Selection Sunday…..where 32 teams were chosen to be a part of The Big Dance….which would culminate with the Final Four on March 29 -31, 1985. at the Erwin Center….known around Austin,Texas as The Drum. The Final Four consisted of Old…

NCAAM Basketball – 1988 – National Championship Finals – Kansas Jayhawks Vs Oklahoma Sooners

DOG COMMENTARY:  The 1987-88 Kansas University Jayhawks men’s basketball team was led by Coach Larry Brown….as they won the national title with an 83–79 victory in the final game over Big Eight Conference rival Oklahoma University Sooners….coached by Billy Tubbs….whereby as of 2018….this was the last national championship game to feature two schools from the same conference.  Danny…

NCAAM Basketball – 1986 – National Championship Game – Duke Blue Devils Vs Louisville Cardinals

DOG COMMENTARY: The 1986 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament involved 64 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of men’s NCAA Division I college basketball….which  began on March 13, 1986, and ended with the championship game on March 31 in Dallas, Texas. The Louisville Cardinals team was coached by Denny Crum…..as they won the national title with a 72–69 victory in the final…