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THEY SAID IT
September 13, 1965
?Carl Selmer, Nebraska offensive line coach, on the ambivalent attitude of Nebraska supporters toward Bob Devaney, head coach: "When we win, he's Sweet Old Bob. When we lose, they just use the initials."
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September 13, 1965

They Said It

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?Carl Selmer, Nebraska offensive line coach, on the ambivalent attitude of Nebraska supporters toward Bob Devaney, head coach: "When we win, he's Sweet Old Bob. When we lose, they just use the initials."

? Australia's Roy Emerson, on the U.S. Lawn Tennis Championships: "I know McKinley is just a weekend player now and so is Ham Richardson, but maybe I'll meet them on a weekend."

? Bill Cox, coach of the Annapolis Sailors of the North American Football League: "We have a problem at quarterback, our defense is poor, we're still looking for offensive linemen, but we're ready."

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