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THEY SAID IT
Edited by Robert Creamer
September 07, 1970
?Charley Coffey, University of Arkansas assistant football coach, appraising the Razorbacks' important opening game with Stanford: "I personally have taken the approach that if you can't win that first one, you can't possibly have an undefeated season."
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September 07, 1970

They Said It

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?Charley Coffey, University of Arkansas assistant football coach, appraising the Razorbacks' important opening game with Stanford: "I personally have taken the approach that if you can't win that first one, you can't possibly have an undefeated season."

? Dick Cavett, discussing the polluted Hudson River and a fisherman who had hooked an undersized fish: "The fish begged the man not to throw him back."

?Byron (Buster) Brannon, explaining how he was named TCU tennis coach: "My predecessor was a professor of religion, and the administration decided that with the players he had he was losing faith."

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