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THEY SAID IT
Edited by Robert W. Creamer
October 27, 1975
?Tony Mason, University of Cincinnati football coach: "The thing is that 90% of the colleges are abiding by the rules, doing things right. The other 10%, they're going to the bowl games."
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October 27, 1975

They Said It

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?Tony Mason, University of Cincinnati football coach: "The thing is that 90% of the colleges are abiding by the rules, doing things right. The other 10%, they're going to the bowl games."

?Dave Aldana, motorcycle racer, on what it's like to fall off a bike at 150 mph: "It's kind of like tumbling around inside a giant clothes dryer."

? Lee Corso, Indiana University football coach, on speaking to alumni groups: "I feel just like the head of a big company that lost all its money last year trying to explain it to the stockholders."

? Conrad Dobler, St. Louis Cardinal guard, after Alex Karras described him as the dirtiest player in pro football: "Well, 35 million TV viewers know that Karras has a lot of class. And all of it is third."

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