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There were spoils galore after the Cotton Bowl game in Dallas, where TCU barely nosed out Syracuse 28-27. The players took home watches, the winning coach an immense trophy, and at least one alert athlete temporarily...
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March 12, 1962
•Steve Belko, Oregon basketball coach, discussing 7-foot sophomore center Mel Counts of Oregon State: "He's a real good center, and you could cut him in two and he wouldn't make a bad pair of guards."