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October 20, 1975 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Tony Mason, University of Cincinnati football coach, facing Tulsa with several of his key players injured: "You think I'm not worried? Last night I called my wife 'Ralph.' "
November 11, 1974 | Edited by Andrew Crichton
•Red Grange on modern football: "I haven't seen a new play since I was in high school."
November 01, 1965
•Chuck Studley, University of Cincinnati football coach, on Tulsa's bulky line: "They play a five-man line—six wouldn't fit across the field."
January 04, 1965
•Fritz Meyer, 5-foot-10, 160-pound guard on the University of Cincinnati basketball team, on why his teammates carried him off the floor after the team's 76-62 victory over Kansas: "I was the lightest."
December 14, 1964
•Bob Mason, basketball coach at Austin College, Sherman, Texas, which does not give athletic scholarships: "Someone asked me the other day about my centers; I told him I couldn't remember the last time we had one."