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 Post subject: A Lesson in Creative Football - 1979
 Post Posted: Tue Oct 22, 2013 8:33 am 
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Surely many have seen this, but for me, I never get tired of hearing Cosell's greatest compliment in sports broadcasting history.

Cosell was here!



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 Post subject: Re: A Lesson in Creative Football - 1979
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How 'bout that Herrera!

Even Raibs made a tiny appearance in that video. Good times!

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 Post subject: Re: A Lesson in Creative Football - 1979
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Two things stand out to me.

Parity was mentioned. Even then.

SeaHawks win their MNF debut.

GoHawks


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 Post subject: Re: A Lesson in Creative Football - 1979
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Pete Gross!

That was the first football game I ever saw. Haha I was in diapers still.


I was 26.

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VivaEfrenHerrera wrote:
How 'bout that Herrera!

Even Raibs made a tiny appearance in that video. Good times!


I love the Raibs, perhaps the best play-by-play man in the business.

His voice is like candy for the ears...



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 Post subject: Re: A Lesson in Creative Football - 1979
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Pete Carroll will be the greatest coach in Seahawk history, but Jack Patera will always be my favorite. Man I loved those Razzle Dazzle plays. And Jim Zorn could play!

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 Post subject: Re: A Lesson in Creative Football - 1979
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Zorn was a god. Him and Largent really put Seattle on the map. They had a scary synergy.


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