Cotton Bowls, New Years 1939 VS 2020

The sports writer Dave Newhouse told me that he wrote a book about the 1939 St. Mary’s upset over Texas Tech‘s in the Cotton Bowl I found this little article that said George Webb will live on in infamy. He got caught from behind because, predating Satchel Paige, he looked back.

I’m watching a Swiss hockey player Roman Josi Of SMASH leading former Minnesota now Dallas Stars play Bridgestone Tires Classic outdoor  NBC televised hockey:

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Shorthanded Brian Bonino an American number 13 almost scored I triggered fun memory of my one time in Nashville he scored a hat trick

and:

Journey something ran for 200 yards is Penn State actually won this year‘s Cotton Bowl though it was played December 28 ;

 

Here’s a great write up about one versus two in the Cotton Bowl Navy in Texas and a mention of Jim soupy Campbell of old pro fame

And andand:George L Webb  who ine sports writer called the goat of the game who would live on infamy Played a few games in the NFL for the Brooklyn Dodgers catching nine passes for 60 yards but no scores it was a teammate of a colorful figure name Pug Manders,  Who may have retired as a top 10 all-time touchdown score of the time:

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