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Chuck Howley

Discussion in 'History Zone' started by pancakeman, Feb 6, 2006.

  1. WV Cowboy

    WV Cowboy Waitin' on the 6th

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    Chuck Howley :D
     
  2. CooterBrown

    CooterBrown Well-Known Member

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    I hate it when I'm wrong, but it does happen occasionally. My age must be having an effect on my memory. Duane Thomas carried the ball 18 times in that game.
     
  3. CooterBrown

    CooterBrown Well-Known Member

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    I still blame Landry for that one. Morton had an injured hand and could barely throw. Staubach was on the bench watching, but Morton was the "starter". I guess Landry thought he gave the team the "best chance to win." He realized he was wrong the next year and Staubach quarterbacked the boys to their first SB win.
     
  4. ravidubey

    ravidubey Active Member

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    That was not a catch. The ball landed and bounced off the receiver's (Bailey?) lap. It lay there for a fraction of a second and in slow motion you can say it was a catch if you're a total Indy homer or want a lot of attention, but at full speed it was obvious the receiver was surprised the ball landed where it did and let it fall to the ground.
     
  5. Ratmatt

    Ratmatt Well-Known Member

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    It was Mel Renfro.
     

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