NCAAF – 1984 – Bowl Day 84 Highlights – NBC Sports Len Berman Recap Of All The Major Bowl Games

In this January 2, 1984 NBC Sports telecast, sportscaster Len Berman recaps the day of college football’s major bowl games…..with highlights and overview of Auburn downing Michigan by a score of 9 – 7 in the Sugar Bowl……along with Georgia’s last minute 10 – 9 victory over the undefeated Texas Longhorns….plus the classic match-up in…

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MLB – 1986 – World Series Game 3 Red Sox Vs Mets – 9th Inninng – With Vin Scully + Joe Garagiola

The Mets bounced back from their early-series sluggishness in the top of the first inning….when Lenny Dykstra led off with a home run to give the Mets an early lead…..then after two singles, Gary Carter followed with an RBI double….and Danny Heep drove in two runners with a single to give the Mets a 4–0 lead in the first inning. After…

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NCAAF – 1985 – Austin KVUE Ch 24 Steve Ross + Texas Coach Fred Akers Preview Upcoming Longhorn Season

Steve Ross was a popular sportscaster with Austin KVUE Ch 24 during this preseason interview and program covering the upcoming 1985 Texas Longhorns schedule with UT Coach Fred Akers…..as seen in this video herewith…..as he and Coach Akers discuss all things Longhorns as the 1985 season is about to kick off….including assessment of the team…

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Music – 1986 – Walt Disney Presents The Living Seas – Performed At The Half Of The Orange Bowl Game

The halftime of the 1986 50th Cotton Bowl Classic between Texas A & M verses Auburn University was a wonderful Walt Disney production called The Living Seas…..which is a production that was an extension of their Disneyland exhibit The Living Seas….whichopened to the public on January 15, 1986…..and  housed the largest saltwater tank in the world at…

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NCAAF – 1986 – Lindsey Nelson Provides A Walk Down Memory Lane Of The First 50 Cotton Bowl Games

This video provides a wonderful walk down memory lane of the first 50 Cotton Bowl Classic games….as told by legendary sportscaster Lindsey Nelson…..who was behind the mike for all 50….as the story of the fabled game went something like this. The Cotton Bowl Classic was founded in Dallas in 1937 at the Texas State Fair Grounds….when…

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MLB – 1985 – World Series Game 7 Cards Vs Royals Postgame Show – Al Michaels + Tim McCarver

One night after becoming a father, Bret Saberhagen tossed a five-hitter….while getting all the offense he needed when Darryl Motley homered to left off John Tudor in the second inning with Steve Balboni on 1st after a walk….then In the third inning, Lonnie Smith led off with a walk….and with one out George Brett hit an accidental infield single….when after a double steal….Cards John Tudor issued…

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MLB – 1985 – Baseball Behind The Seams – The Braves Vs Their Rival Cubs + Padres With Kirk Douglas

The 1985 Atlanta Braves season was the 20th in Atlanta….and the 115th season in franchise history. The Braves failed to qualify for the postseason for the third consecutive season.  Joe Torre had managed the Braves to the 1982 National League West Division title….then to a second-place 1983 finish….but his 1984 Braves fell below the .500 mark…..and 12 games behind the division-champion San Diego Padres….so, Torre was fired…

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MLB – 1985 – ALCS Game 4 Blue Jays Vs Royals PreGame With Dick Enberg + Rick Dempsey + Tony Kubek

In Game 4, Toronto prevailed by a score of 3 – 1…..which made this the second game of the series in which the Blue Jays won after trailing going into their final at bat…..thus giving Toronto a 3–1 lead in the best-of-seven series….while putting them one win away from becoming the first team outside the…

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NCAAF – 1983 – NBC Special – A Bear Of A Story – Bob Costas Tribute To Alabama Coach Bear Bryant

Paul William “Bear” Bryant (September 11, 1913 – January 26, 1983) was an American college football player and coach….who is best known as the head coach of the University of Alabama football team…..where during his 25-year tenure as Alabama’s head coach….he amassed six national championships….which is tied for the most in modern college football history….and thirteen SEC conference championships….when upon his retirement in 1982,…

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