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On September 28, 1988 Orel Hershiser finished off the 10th inning against the Padres and set a new MLB record with 59 consecutive scoreless innings

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The Fighting Irish upset undefeated and #1-ranked San Francisco in the final game of the regular season, March 5, 1977 in South Bend
1963 AFL Championship - San Diego Chargers vs Boston Patriots
Highlights of Bo Jackson - Auburn University - who eviscerated SEC defenses for four amazing years
Bo Jackson was one of America’s most beloved two-sport athletes, having played professionally in both Major League Baseball and the NFL. After winning the Heisman Trophy as a running back at Auburn University, Jackson was selected by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with the #1 pick in the 1986 NFL Draft. However, he elected instead to pursue a career in baseball. Jackson started his MLB career with the Kansas City Royals, and later played for the White Sox and Angels as well. Eventually, Jackson decided to also play professional football, and played for several seasons with the Raiders, starting each one after the baseball season ended. His career in both sports was significantly cut short due to an injury sustained while playing for the Raiders. In addition to his athletic prowess, Bo Jackson is fondly remembered for a series of “Bo Knows” commercials that aired during his playing days.
Michael Jordan - The Last Shot! Last minute of the 1998 NBA Finals
1969-70 Milwaukee Bucks
The 1969 UCLA Bruins basketball team

Classic Sports Images

Alabama Stars | Namath | Starr | Stabler

Alabama Stars | Namath | Starr | Stabler

Game of the Day
Miracle on Ice - 1980 Olympics Ice Hockey - USA vs. Soviets

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