Clip of the Day

Decimated by injuries, the 1949 Yankees managed to defeat the Red Sox on the final day of the season to claim a spot in the World Series.

Sports

Reggie Jackson hits a pinch-hit homer off the transformer on the roof at Tiger Stadium in the 1971 All-Star Game
Coach Paul Bear Bryant
Paul “Bear” Bryant played his college football at the University of Alabama, helping to lead his team to a win in the 1935 Rose Bowl over Stanford, going 10-0-0 and winning the 1934 National Championship. He was head football coach at University of Maryland, the University of Kentucky, and Texas A&M University before returning to Tuscaloosa in 1957 to take the head coaching position at Alabama. When asked why he left Texas A&M, Bryant replied, "Mama called, and when Mama calls, you just have to come running." He coached at Alabama for 25 seasons, winning six national titles, 13 conference championships, and a record of 232-46-9.
On September 24, 1957, before a crowd of only 6,702 fans, the last game is played at Ebbets Field
The Rod Laver Story - The Tennis Grand Slam
1955-1956 - University of San Francisco Dons basketball team is led by Bill Russell and KC Jones
The University of San Francisco Dons has one of college basketball’s historic basketball programs. After winning the NIT championship in 1949, the peak of the Dons’ success came in the mid-1950s. Led by Bill Russell and KC Jones, the Dons won back-to-back NCAA Championships in 1955 and 1956 and made it to the Final Four in 1957. The school remained a basketball powerhouse in the 1960s and 1970s, regularly appearing in the NCAA Tournament. NCAA violations in the 1970s and early 1980s, led to probations and the eventual suspension of the program. Though the program has been reinstated, it has never come close to duplicating the success of its golden era of yesteryear.
October 1, 1967 - The Red Sox win on the final day of the regular season, beginning their journey to their first American League pennant since 1946

Great Victories

Cassius Clay wins Olympic Gold

Ameche Scores - Colts Win

Finley Celebrates three consecutive World Series Championships

Bruce Jenner wins Olympic Gold in the Decathalon

McEnroe wins the US Open

Cassius Clay wins Olympic Gold

Ameche Scores - Colts Win

Finley Celebrates three consecutive World Series Championships

Bruce Jenner wins Olympic Gold in the Decathalon

McEnroe wins the US Open

Game of the Day
"The Choke at Doak" - The greatest 4th quarter comeback ever - FSU vs Florida November 26, 1994

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