NCAA Football – 1986 – 50th Cotton Bowl – Auburn Tigers Vs Texas A && M Aggies – 2nd Thru 4th Qtrs

DOG COMMENTARY:    The 1986 Cotton Bowl Classic was an American college football bowl game played on January 1, 1986 at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas….as it was the 50th Cotton Bowl Classic held….in a game featuring the Texas A&M Aggies and the Auburn Tigers….featuring Heisman Trophy winner RB Bo Jackson.  Coach Jackie Sherill was in his fourth year with A&M….while in his previous three years…

NCAA Football – 1986 – Cotton Bowl – Auburn Vs Texas A & M – Pregame + 1st Qtr – With Bo Jackson

DOG COMMENTARY:  The 1986 Cotton Bowl Classic was an American college football bowl game played on January 1, 1986 at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas. It was the 50th Cotton Bowl Classic held….in a game that featured the Texas A&M Aggies and the Auburn Tigers….who feature one of the all-time great college running backs in Bo Jackson….as Bo was bemg Bo on this day….in a season in…

NCAAM Basketball – 1986 – Midwest Region Finals – NC State Wolfpack Vs Kansas Jayhawks

DOG COMMENTARY: Here at ImaSportsphile, there is really no event that is bigger each year to a Sportsphile than March Madness….Bracketology…we mean NOTHING BIGGER….for the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament provides as good of an example of what sports….and therefore….Sportphiles are all about.   March Madness brings an energy to the world that only sports can bring…..an…

Music – 1986 – Texas A & M Marching Corp Band – Halftime 50th Cotton Bowl Classic

DOG ASIDE:  There is not a better precision military marching band anywhere in the world that even comes close to comparing with The Fightin’ Aggie Band….as the members the Army Corp Band at Texas A & M University perform sophisticated military march steps, turns and formations while playing rousing music marches every weekend at Aggie football…

Special – 1986 – Halftime At The Rose Bowl – Iowa Vs UCLA – Highlights Of The Big 10

DOG ASIDE:  Back in the mid-80’s….halftimes’ of the major televised NCAA games….especially bowl games….were used by the networks as time to showcase each team’s marching band, a little bit….then some highlights and 1st half analysis….usually followed about promos’ for each school playing in the game or their conference (as seen in this video herewith)….then a…

NCAA Football – 1985 – Blue Bonnet Bowl – Air Force Academy Falcons Vs Texas Longhorns

DOG COMMENTARY:    The 1985 Bluebonnet Bowl was a college football postseason bowl game that featured the Texas Longhorns verses the Air Force Academy Falcons….after a season where the Falcons had the most victories in a season with 11….but a loss to rival BYU….which cost them a shot at the national title and an outright Western Athletic Conference title….as this was their fourth straight…

Music – 1987 – Air Force Academy Drum + Bugle Corp – Halftime At Bluebonnet Bowl

DOG ASIDE:    This video of the halftime ceremonies at the 1986 Bluebonnet Bowl….which featured the Texas Longhorns verses the Air Force Academy Falcons is a wonderful piece done by Lorimar Sports…. which covers the Air Force Academy Drum and Bugle Corp performing at halftime….then presents a great piece on the Air Force Academy as…

NCAA Football – 1986 – Orange Bowl – Oklahoma Sooners Vs Penn State Nittany Lions – 1st 3 Qtrs

DOG COMMENTARY:  This 1986 Orange Bowl Classic featured the # 1 Penn State Nittany Lions….coached by Joe Paterno…..against the # 2 ranked Sooners from Oklahoma University…..coached by Barry Switzer….as this was Oklahoma’s 2nd straight Orange Bowl appearance….and their 2nd straight Big Eight Conference title…..while this was Penn State’s first Orange Bowl appearance since 1974. Tim Manoa gave Penn State an…

Olympics – 1936 – Track + Field Legend Jesse Owens – The Buckeye Bullet – Host Paul Hornung

DOG COMMENTARY:    Jesse Owens was an American track and field athlete….who won four gold medals at the 1936 Berlin Games….while completely dismantling the concept of the “superior Aryan race” in front of their Furher and his entire 3rd Reich.     Owens specialized in the sprints and the long jump…..and was recognized in his lifetime as “perhaps the greatest and most famous athlete in…