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Certain barnaclelike growths of wrong assumption—that baseball is being killed by television, for example, or that the game today is a castrated version of the vigorous sport played in Ty Cobb's day—have been...
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February 19, 1962 | Ray Cave
Kentucky's famous curmudgeon, Adolph Rupp, is all smiles (on the inside) as he comes up with a team that surprises even him
November 19, 1962
•Darrell Royal, Texas coach, on his giant 6-foot-3, 260-pound freshman tackle, Jerry Oliver: "He has the biggest hands and feet I've seen. We're going to X-ray his big toe. I think it has a liver in it."
December 16, 1957
•Jack Dempsey, in an interview with Sports Editor Al Warden of the Ogden (Utah) Standard-Examiner: "The fistic sport needs an overhauling, a cleanup, and the sooner the better. Present-day TV fighters wouldn't have...