Sports Legends Features Doak Walker – A Most Celebrated Athlete Hosted By Paul Hornung

DOG ASIDE: Ewell Doak Walker, Jr. (January 1, 1927 – September 27, 1998) was an American football player….wjp played college football as a halfback at Southern Methodist University (SMU)….where he won the Heisman Trophy in 1948. Walker then played professionally in the National Football League (NFL) with the Detroit Lions for six seasons from 1950…

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NFL Films 1984 World Champion Chicago Bears In Fight To The Finish imasportsphile

DOG ASIDE: The 1984 Chicago Bears season was their 65th regular season and 15th post-season completed in the National Football League….as the club posted a 10–6 record….earning them a spot in the NFL playoffs. The Bears went on to lose in the NFC Championship Game 23–0 to the eventual Super Bowl Champion San Francisco 49’ers.…

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1981 NCAA Swimming & Diving National Championship Highlights from Austin, TX

DOG ASIDE: The 1981 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships were held at The University of Texas Swim Center…..and the Longhorns under Coach Eddie Reese won the National Championship in their home pool….beating out UCLA, who came in 2nd.  Texas was led by 50m Champ Kris Kirchner and 100m Champ Scott Spann….both who teamed with Eric…

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1982 Cotton Bowl Halftime With Alabama Band & Kilgore Rangerettes & UT Longhorn Band

DOG ASIDE: Within the confines of any football stadium of America….there is a tradition of halftimes being filled with marching bands….dancing girls…..batons twirling high into the air….and drum lines with strong powerful beats….and this is what I give you today in the 1982 Cotton Bowl Classic Halftime Celebration….only it’s The University of Texas and Alabama…

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Special 1984 Austin American Statesman’s Capitol 10,000

DOG ASIDE: Austin is the capitol of the State of Texas…as it is known for many things….the heart of the Texas Hill Country…the middle of the Highland Lakes of Texas…..a chain of six fresh water lakes in Central Texas formed by six dams on the lower Colorado River…with Mansfield Dam & Tom Miller Dam being…

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Excerpts Of 1978 NCAAM 1978 Texas Longhorns Coach Abe Lemons VS DePaul University Coach Ray Meyers

DOG ASIDE: In this 1978 video excerpts of the NCAAM basketball game between the Texas Longhorns vs #1 DePaul University….was a clash between two legendary coaches….Abe Lemons of Texas….and Ray Meyers of DePaul.  Meyers team was ranked #1 in the nation at the time….partly due to the tremendous talent of Mark Aguire….a 2-time concensus collegiate…

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1977 NCAAF University of Texas Coach Fred Akers Show

DOG ASIDE: Fred Akers is a former American football player and coach…who served as head football coach at the University of Wyoming (1975–1976)….the University of Texas at Austin (1977–1986)….and Purdue University (1987–1990)….compiling a career college football record of 108–75–3. Akers spent eight years as an assistant on Darrell Royal’s staff in the mid- to late ’60s and early…

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Rodeo – ESPN World Championship Mesquite Rodeo – Bull Dogging & Steer Wrestling Competition

DOG ASIDE: Growing up in West Texas meant that you came in contact with a whole bunch of real cowboys….cuz there were a whole lot of big ranches out West….where big ranches meant large herds of cattle…which meant lots of cowboys….so Bone Daddy went to his fair share of rodeos held in Midland and Odessa…and…

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NFL- Halloween Special With Bears LB Dick Butkus As The Monster of the Midway

DOG ASIDE: In the history of professional football….there may never have been a more feared linebacker than the Chicago Bears Dick Butkus.  Richard Marvin “Dick” Butkus (born December 9, 1942) is a former American football linebacker who played for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League. He was drafted in 1965 and he is…

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