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There are only two occasions when it's acceptable for a grown man to cry: while listening to Lou Gehrig's farewell speech and while watching Brian's Song, the 1971 tearjerker about Bears halfback Gale Sayers and his...
November 13, 1995 | Paul Gutierrez
Brian Piccolo found recognition hard to come by. Despite leading the nation in rushing as a senior at Wake Forest, he was passed over in the 1965 NFL draft. And after signing with the Bears as a free agent, he played...
November 16, 1964 | Mervin Hyman
BACK OF THE WEEK: Brian Piccolo, rugged Wake Forest fullback who leads the nation's rushers, thumped for 115 yards in 36 carries, caught three passes for 46 yards and scored all his team's points in 20-7 upset of Duke.
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August 02, 1965
•Don Klosterman, talent scout for the Kansas City Chiefs, on living in Kansas City: "It's a little like living in purgatory. It's not exactly heaven, but it isn't hell."