16 John Calipari
The hoops coach from Moon Area High took UMass to the top of the Atlantic 10 during his eight years there and is now reviving Memphis.
The Steelers trailed 7-6 with 22 seconds left against the Oakland Raiders on Dec. 23, 1972. On fourth-and-IO Terry Bradshaw passed to Frenchy Fuqua, but Jack Tatum drilled him. The ball ricocheted to Franco Harris, who grabbed it near his cleats and scored a 60-yard TD, giving his team its first playoff win in 40 years and its first step toward glory (Super Bowl titles in '75, 76, 79, '80).
College football coaches named SI Sportsman of the Year: Joe Paterno, 1986.
NBA scoring marks set by Philly's Wilt Chamberlain on March 2, 1962, in Hershey in a 169-147 Warriors win over the Knicks: points (100), field goals (36), free throws made (28), points in a quarter (31) and points in a half (59).
Pennsylvania colleges (Bloomsburg, Clarion, Lehigh, Lock Haven, Penn State and Waynesburg) that have had the top wrestler at the NCAA Division I championships.
Years since a Philadelphia team has won a world title, the longest such drought for any city with teams in the four major sports.
Pro Football Hall of Famers born in Pa., the most of any state.
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Wilt Chamberlain, Basketball player
The 7'1" center from Philly averaged 30.1 points and 22.9 rebounds over 14 seasons with three NBA teams, including the 76ers. He averaged 50.4 points in 1961-62. Wilt the Stilt was Big Eight high jump champion at Kansas.