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COACHES, MANAGERS AND GENERAL MANAGERS ARE FIRED SO OFTEN THAT WE ASSUME THEY HANDLE IT WITH EASE. BUT IN PRO SPORTS, AS IN THE REAL WORLD, GETTING THE BOOT IS ONE OF LIFE'S WORST BLOWS—AND ONE OF THE HARDEST TO GET OVER
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Give me a cornerback who can fly, said CHICAGO BEARS defensive coach Buddy Ryan; give me a Mike Haynes and I'll show you a defense that will set records, that will sail in uncharted waters. The Bears didn't listen....
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Atlanta shut out the New Orleans Saints with an attack that all but bans the bomb and an uncommonly staunch defense
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BOXING—LUPE PINTOR retained his WBC bantamweight title with a 15th-round knockout of Shinzo (Hurricane) Teru in Nagoya, Japan.
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They were calling the LOS ANGELES Rams' summer session in Fullerton Camp Tranquillity. The Good Ship Lollipop. Everything was so "hunky-dory"—Defensive End Jack Youngblood's term—that people were wondering if new...