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June 6, 2017

Off-Season Acquisitions Of A Vintage Sports Video Collector

(With a heavy heart we carry on the way Bobby T. would have wanted, and also please remember my Uncle Buck in your thoughts and prayers)

Now that the NFL Draft has come and gone, and most of the free agents have been signed, teams are gathering for their “OTA’s” to get their first glimpse of the new talent.

Here at Holy Toledo it is also time to take a look at this year’s offseason acquisitions. As you will see I have been busy adding many interesting items to the vast collection of vintage sports video. Some of these are quite rare and very exciting “finds” for us collectors and fans.

Here some of the highlights:
-Derrick Thomas NFL record 7 sacks in one game
-Infamous botched Thanksgiving OT coin toss call
-Final game ever at Metropolitan Stadium (Minnesota)
-Terrell Ownes stomps on the Dallas star
-Tony Dorsett’s 1st & 2nd pro TD
-Bill Parcells favorite game ever (besides his SB wins)
-A chunk of games from the 1981 “Air Coryell” Chargers season
-Beautiful high quality upgrades of Holy Toledo proportion
-Cool and Rare USFL games, including Jim Kelly

“What If?”
Have you ever wondered what would have happened had the Browns ever actually beaten the Broncos in any of their AFC Championship battles? How would history have changed had Cleveland gone to a Super Bowl?

The answer may be found in the 1987 week 12 game where the Browns visited the 49ers. Both teams were playing at an elite level, led by championship caliber quarterbacks and rugged defenses. The Sunday Night Football marquee may have read “Montana vs. Kosar”, but this nationally televised game had Super Bowl quality pedigree. It also just might have the answer to Cleveland’s question, “What if?”


Yes I did say vcr, some people still use those old things.

A good friend from Kansas City sent me some of his old vhs tapes to dub to dvd.

What I discovered was a beautiful collection of vhs tapes that looked like they we from yesterday, not 25-30 years old. I was amazed by the quality of these recordings.

My friend has not just any ordinary vcr, this one was a “Super VCR” with a big “S” on it! I’ve been doing this for many years and this vcr was special.

His collection had an array of goodies, such as postseason games from 1988. Many great Joe Montana games when he wore the KC Chiefs uniform, plus some interesting local KC pre & postgame footage.

Joe’s 1st 4th quarter comeback as a Chief,
huge rivalry games,
two Hall of Fame matchups,
beautiful throwback uniforms, and
two thrill-packed Oilers vs. Browns games that took place on back-to-back weekends in the winter of 1988.

The first game provides you with one last look at the heroics of the “super-sub” QB Don Strock, along with an announcer who loses his sh** over a bad call. The second game is an AFC Wild Card battle showing off the talents of Warren Moon. Both recordings are very high quality and filled with excitement from one of the games legendary venues, Municipal Stadium.

You might be thinking “I already have some of those games”.
Yes, but you haven’t seen these beautiful versions.
All thanks to my friend and his “Super VCR”

“Look, up in the sky”
“It’s a bird”
“It’s a plane”
“No it Super VCR!”

For us old collectors of vintage sports video there is nothing more disappointing to get a new game in the mail and find that it is terrible quality.

Some people recorded games on an old vhs tape that their wife let them use, after she had already used it to record Days Of Our Lives 150 times. It was too old for her, but it was okay for your “stupid” football.

Well not this guy. Mt friend from KC recorded games on his Super VCR using virgin vhs tapes, and , well it shows. The results are in the final product.

I welcome any of you to send me your vhs tapes, I will gladly edit and dub them to dvd for you. Anybody can buy a vhs to dvd machine, but lets be honest. Most often those machines are low quality vcr players, with no tracking adjustments, and they record in low quality mode onto a dvd. It pays to have high end technology

Just ask the Super VCR!

from Holy Toledo!

*** What’s New *****

*** NFL *********

1977 Wk2 NY Giants at Dallas
Tony Dorsett’s 1st (and 2nd) NFL Touchdown
Pat Summerall & Tom Brookshire announcers
Nice Quality, Halftime, commercials, 3 disks

1978 Wk6 Minnesota at Seattle
Thrilling game decoded on the final play, nice Seahawks comeback
Great QB Matchup: Jim Zorn 3 TD’s vs. Fran Tarkenton 3 TDs
NFL Today with Lasorda & Pete Rose talking about Dodgers-Yankees World Series
Vin Scully, George Allen & Jim Brown announcers
Beautiful Quality, Pregame, commercials, 4 disks

1978 Wk8 Atlanta at San Francisco
Good 4th Quarter comeback by Bartkowski & Falcons
O. J. Simpson has one of his last good games 96 yards 1 TD
If you recall the story, this game includes Tim Mazzetti
Hall of Fame announcing team, Vin Scully, Jim Brown & George Allen
Better than average quality, Halftime, commercials, 3 disks

1978 Wk10 Seattle at Chicago
Big game for Largent, +100 yards for Walter Payton
Curt Gowdy & John Brodie announcers
Halftime, 2 disks

1979 Wk4 Green Bay at Minnesota
Exciting OT game
Ahmad Rashad has a great game
Lindsay Nelson & Paul Hornung announcers
Above Average Quality, Halftime, some commercials, 3 disks

1979 Wk8 Chicago at Minnesota
A thrilling 30-27 game with many big plays
Walter Payton does it all TD’s passing, rushing & receiving
Despite Bears gaining almost 500 yards,
Tommy Kramer leads a dramatic comeback
Tim Ryan & Johnny Morris announcers
The old Metropolitin Stadium, 2 disks

1980 Wk6 Green Bay at Tampa Bay
The famous “Tom Birney game”
5 Quarter game ends in a 14-14 tie
Three Packers go for 100+ yards receiving
Lindsey Nelson & Hank Stram announcers
Nice Quality, Halftime, commercials, 4 disks

1980 Wk8 Chicago at Philadelphia
Good hard hitting close game
Summerall & Brookshire announcers
2 disks

1980 Wk15 San Francisco at Atlanta
Steve Bartkowski vs. young Joe Montana
Falcons win the NFC West!
Big game for Wallace Francis
Gary Bender & John Madden announcers
3 disks

1981 Wk3 San Diego at Kansas City
Both teams come in undefeated
A high scoring, action filled game
Huge game for Chuck Muncie
Rookie Joe Delaney +100 yards rushing & receiving
Alumni Day brings back many great former Chiefs
Mike Adamle & Rocky Bleier announcers
Gene Klein rips agent of John Jefferson at Halftime, 2 disks

1981 Wk4 San Diego at Denver
Craig Morton lights up the Bolts defense 4TD passes in 1st half
Steve Watson has a career day 178 yards receiving 2 TD’s
Don Criqui & John Brodie announcers
Above average quality, some commercials, 2 disks

1981 Wk5 New York Jets at Miami
Hard fought overtime battle between bitter rivals
Jets roll up over 500 yards & an amazing 32 1st downs
Nat Moore is simply awesome in this game, unbelievable catches, 210 yards
Bob Costas and Bob Trumpy announcers
Above average quality, Halftime, connercials, 2 disks

1981 Wk 5 Chicago at Minnesota
A nail biter down to the last second on the clock
Stars of the game are Ted Brown & Ken Margerum
Gary Bender & Johnny Morris announcers
Very nice Quality, 2 disks

1981 Wk6 Los Angeles Rams at Atlanta
A Wild West 37-35 battle royale!
LeRoy Irvin has two long punt returns the TD’s
Vin Scully & Hank Stram announcers
2 disks

1981 Wk6 Minnesota at San Diego
Two gunslingers face off in a great game Fouts vs. Tommy Kramer
Dramatic finish, 951 total yards, 6 TD passes, a defensive nightmare
Two of the grumpiest coaches ever Bud Grant vs. Don Coryell
First 12 minutes of recording is heavily edited until 1st TD (1st Q)
then somebody slapped the shit out of the guy doing the editing,
& then this great recording returns to normal
Brief network audio loss in the 2nd Q
Quality of this recording is really good, despite the early issues
Gary Bender & Fred Dryer announcers
Don’t let the problems fool you, this is a great game to watch, Halftime, commercials, 2 disks

1981 Wk7 San Diego at Baltimore
Good QB matchup: Dan Fouts vs. Bert Jones
at old Memorial Stadium
Phil Stone & Gene Washington announcers, 1 disk

1981 Wk8 Miami at Dallas
Good teams, a great 4th quarter, and a fantastic finish
Legendary coaches matchup: Shula vs. Landry
Dick Enberg and Merlin Olsen announcers
Mel Renfro inducted into Ring of Honor at half, commercials, 2 disks

1981 Wk9 Kansas City at San Diego
Down 19-7, Chiefs make a big comeback, but Fouts steals a dramatic win
Joe Delaney over 100 yards rushing
Big day for Chuck Muncie running & receiving
2 disks

1981 Wk10 Detroit at Washington
A wild back & forth 33-31 barn burner at RFK
Six lead changes, almost 1000 yards of offense
Battle of the former Sooners, Billy Sims & Joe Washington have monster games
Jim Kelly & John Dockery announcers
Some commercials, 3 disks

1981 Wk10 Cincinnati at San Diego
Preview of AFC Championship, Fouts vs. Ken Anderson
Bengals exploide for 31 1st Half points
Big day for Isaac Curtis
Louis Breeden 102 yard INT TD return
Dick Enberg & Merlin Olsen announcers
2 disks

1981 Wk11 Dallas at Detroit
Great game, very exciting finish
Down 17-0 back storm the Lions
Billy Sims vs. Tony Dorsett, Sims has big day, 200 total yards
1st year of Pat Summerall & John Madden announcers
Joined in progress, 1st Dallas possession, no scoring missed
2 disks

1981 Wk11 Washington at New York Giants
Overtime thriller, exciting 30-27 game with playoff implications
Rookie Lawrence Taylor vs. Riggins & Theisman
Tom Brookshire & Roger Staubach announcers
Halftime, 2 disks

1981 Wk12 Minnesota at Atlanta MN
Rare game unavailable until now
The recording was not known to exist
Good 31-30 game
Big night for Ahmad Rashad & Tommy Kramer, but is it enough?
Looks like it was downloaded from a computerized broadcast
Poor quality recording, 2 disks

1981 Wk13 Denver at San Diego
Battle for AFC West supremacy
Bolts explode in 1st Half as they blast the Broncos
Chuck Muncie has a huge day 4 TD’s
Phil Stone & John Brodie announcers
2 disks

1981 Wk14 Buffalo at San Diego
Chargers dominate the stats, but lose a close game
Kellen Winslow, Charlie Joiner & Muncie all over 100 yards
Dick Enberg & Merlin Olsen announcers
NFL Today pregame with a segment on upstart coach Bill Walsh
Pregame, 2 disks

1981 Wk15 San Diego at Tampa Bay
Doug Williams vs. Dan Fouts
Wild 4th Quarter, exciting finish
Phil Stone & Gene Washington announcers
Halftime, 2 disks

1981 Wk16 Kansas City at Minnesota
The final game ever at Metropolitan Stadium in Bloomington
After 21 years of Vikings history The Met closes it’s doors
Merle Harmon and Jim Turner announcers
Cool local station ID’s from WCTN TV Minneapolis-St. Paul
Nice Quality, fans storm the field after the game
Bud Grant Show postgame, 2 disks

1981 Wk16 Denver at Chicago
Final game for Alan Page, goes out in style with 3 ½ QB sacks
Denver must win to clinch the AFC West title
Bob Costas and Bob Trumpy announcers
Above Average Quality, Halftime, 2 disks

1982 Wk2 Tampa Bay at Washington
Joined in progress, stil 0-0
Less than average quality, 1 disk

1982 Wk8 Washington at New Orleans
Too much Charlie Brown & Theisman
Bum Phillips vs. Joe Gibbs
Tom Brookshire & Wayne Walker announcers
1 disk

1983 Wk2 Tampa Bay at Chicago
Close game, a day Terry Schmidt will never forget
Walter Payton 160 totals yards 1 TD
Tim Ryan and Johnnie MNorris announcers
Nice Quality, Halftime, commercials, 4 disks

1983 Wk11 Philadelphia at Chicago
A “Pick’em” game goes down to the wire
Jim McMahon vs. Ron Jaworski
Walter Payton 131 yards
Odd schedule, 2nd game between these two non-division opponents
2 disks

1985 Wk5 San Francisco at Atlanta
Joe Montana throws 5 TD passes, 429 yards passing
Roger Craig 167 yards receiving on 12 catches
Madden & Summerall announcers
Halftime, 1 disk

1985 Wk6 New York Giants at Cincinnati
Phil Simms throws for career high 513 yards
Boomer Esiason tosses 3 TD passes
Madden & Summerall announcers
2 disks

1985 Wk13 San Francisco at Washington
The Rematch of the ’83 NFC Championship, Walsh vs. Ginns
Redskins have almost twice as many yards as 49ers, they win almost every statistical battle
except two, turnovers and the scoreboards
Madden & Summerall announcers
Pregame, Halftime, commercials, 2 disks

1986 Wk2 Denver at Pittsburgh MNF
John Elway finding his NFL groove 3 TDs
Bronco “D” holds Steelers to just 30 yards rushing
Halftime, 2 disks

1986 wk3 Chicago at Green Bay MNF
Hall of Fame players now head coaches face off, Ditka vs. Forrest Gregg
2 disks

1986 Wk4 Dallas at St. Louis MNF
Rookie Herschel Walker over 135 all-purpose yards
Al & Frank announcers
2 disks

1986 Wk5 San Diego at Seattle MNF
Joiner breaks NFL record for all-time yards receiving
Largent sets NFL record, 128 consecutive games with a receotion
2 disks

1986 Wk6 Pittsburgh at Cincinnati MNF
Boomer leads the way in a tight rivalry game
2 disks

1986 Wk15 Chicago a Detroit MNF
Down 13-3 in the 4th, back come ‘da Bears
2 disks

1987 Wk2 New England at New York Jets MNF
Final game before the strike
QB Ken O’Brien carves up the Patriots
Odd scenario: Players union votes at Halftime to strike
Frank, Al & Dan (Dan’s 2nd game on MNF)
2 disks

1987 Wk4 (Gm.3) San Francisco at New York Giants MNF
1st prime time strike game with replacement players
A rare broadcast
Not you typical Walsh vs. Parcells game
QB’s: Jim Crocicchia & Mike Busch vs, Bob Gagliano & Mark Stevens
Halftime, 2 disks

1987 Wk12 Cleveland at San Francisco SNF
In case you ever wondered what would have happened had the Browns actually beaten the Broncos and gone to a Super Bowl, just watch this game.
Montana 342 yards 4 TD passes, Jerry Rice 3 TD’s 126 yards
Bernie Kosar leads the Browns along wit their #1 ranked defense
Mike Patrick, Roy Firestone & Jim Brown announcers
2 disks

1987 NFC Divisional Minnesota at San Francisco
Complete Original broadcast
Huge Viking upset!
Anthony Carter 227 yards receiving, an amazing 278 total yards!
Tim Ryan & Joe Theisman announcers
NFL Today pregame, Halftime, Postgame, commercials, 2 disks

1988 Wk1 Washington at New York Giants MNF
Down by 10 at the Half the G-Men storm back
Then have to hold on
2 disks

1988 Wk8 San Francisco at Chicago MNF
Upgraded Nice Quality
Titanic matchup between the two best teams in the NFC
Defense rules the night in this epic battle
Halftime, SF local postgame, 3 disks

1988 Wk16 Houston Oilers at Cleveland
Historic comeback by 38 yr. old Don Strock, hiss last hurrah!
Great game, bitter cold day ends in snow at Municipal Stadium
Brother vs. Brother: Clay vs. Bruce Matthews
Marty Shotenheimer vs. Jerry Glanville
Don Criqui and Bob Trumpy announcers
Very nice Quality, Halftime, 3 disks

1988 AFC Wild Card
Houston Oilers at Cleveland
All new Beautiful Quality Upgrade, Exciting game
Trumpy goes ballistic over bad call in 3rd quarter
Mike Pagel performs heroically as a emergency fiin-in QB
Don Criqui and Bob Trumpy announcers
Pregame, Halftime, 3 disks

1988 AFC Championship
Buffalo at Cincinnati
*You might already have this game, but you haven’t seen this version!
Beautiful Quality
Icky Woods & Boomer Esiason lead the Bengals vs. Jim Kelly
Beautiful Upgrade, Halftime with Don Shula, Postgame, 3 disks

1988 NFC Championship
San Francisco at Chicago
*You might already have this game, but you haven’t seen this version!
Beautiful Quality
Bill Walsh’s last championship game
Brutally cold, Montana and Rice vs. Ditka’s Bears
Madden & Summerall, short postgame, 3 disks

Super Bowl XXIII
San Francisco vs. Cincinnati
Complete broadcast in Beaututiful Quality
*You may already have this game, but you haven’t seen this version
Bill Walsh’s final game as head coach
Pregame, Halftime, Postgame, & commercials
Beautiful Quality, 5 disks

1989 Wk1 New York Giants at Washington MNF
Bill Parcells calls this his favorite regular season game of his career
Exciting game between two bitter rival
*includes 20th Anniversary of Monday Nigh Football show
Halftime, 2 diaka

1990 Wk10 Seattle at Kansas City
**NFL Record game: Derrick Thomas 7 sacks
A “Fantastic Finish”, incredible & shocking
Seahawks win in KC for 1st time in 10 years
Halftime, commercials, 2 disks

1992 Wk17 Denver at Kansas City
In essence a playoff game,
Winner qualifies for the postseason,
Loser goes home.
Enberg & Trumpy announcers
Local KC Pregame & Postgame, Halftime, 2 disks

1993 Wk1 Kansas City at Tampa Bay
Beautiful Quality
Joe Montana’s 1st game as a Chief
Marcus Allen’s 1st game as a Chief
Marv Albert and Paul Maguire announcers
NFL Live pregame, Halftime, Primetime postgame
Very nice quality on 3 disks

1993 Wk7 Kansas City at San Diego
Joe Montana leads his 1st major comeback as a Chief
Marcus Allen, Junior Seau, Derek Thomas
Dick Enberg & Bob Trumpy announcers
Very Nice Quality, Halftime, some commercials, 3 disks

1993 Wk16 San Diego at Kansas City
Down 17-0, Joe Montana leads another huge comeback
Many great players Marcus, Derrick Thomas, Neil Smith, Means & Butts,
Kimball Anders, Albert Lewis, Junior Seau
“Chiefs Update” pregame show with Kevin Ross
Charlie Jones and Todd Christensen announcers
Beautiful Quality, full broadcast, Halftime, local KC postgame
4 Disks

1994 Wk2 San Francisco at Kansas City
*You might already have this game, but you haven’t seen this version!
Joe Montana vs. Steve Young, Hall of Fame matchup
Complete broadcast with almost 5 hours of coverage
Extended Local KC Pregame, Postgame, & Primetime
Very Nice Quality, 4 disks

1994 Wk6 Kansas City at San Diego
Cool Throwback uniforms
Battle for 1st place in the West
Montana, Marcus Allen, Derrick Thomas, & Junior Seau
Charlie Jones & Randy Cross announcers
Beautiful Quality, Halftime, Postgame, 3 disks

1994 Wk7 Kansas City at Denver
*You might already have this game, but you haven’t seen this version!
Beautiful Quality, 4 disks
Upgraded legendary Montana vs. Elway MFF game
Long pregame, Halftime, local KC postgame

1994 Wk12 Cleveland at Kansas City
Bill Belichick vs. Joe Mantana
Many great players in this hard fought battle
Marv Albert & Paul Maguire announcers
Pregame, Halftime, Local KC postgame, & commercials
Nice Quality, 4 disks

1998 Wk13 Pittsburgh at Detroit
Controversial Thanksgiving game
Phil Luckett botches Jerome Bettis’s OT coin toss call
Barry Sanders vs. Jerome Bettis &Kordell “Slash” Stewart
Pregame, commercials, 2 disks

2000 Wk4 San Francosco at Dallas
Terrell Owens stomps on the Dallas star!
Fights and mayhem in this wild rivalry game
Charlie Garner breaks 49er rushing record 201 yards
Complete broadcast with Halftime + commercials, 2 disks

2009 Wk2 New York Giants at Dallas
*1st game at Jerry’s new Cowboy Stadium
Incredible game, 8 lead changes
Tony Romo vs. Eli Manning shootout
2 disks

**** U.S.F.L. ***********************************

1983 Wk1 Chicago Blitz at Washington Federals
The 1st ever official USFL game premiers on ABC
Coach George Allen returns to RFK
Greg Landry completed 11 passes to WR Trumaine Johnson 156 yards 1 TD
Craig James runs for the Federals
Jim Lampley & Lee Corso announcers
Pregame, 2 disks

1983 Wk3 Oakland Invaders at Michigan Panthers
1st ever home game for Panthers, exciting game
QB Duel: Besana 341 yards 3 TDs, Hebert 3 TDs
Jim Simpson & Don Heinrich announcers
Nice quality ESPN Classic ver. 2 hours, 1 disk

1983 Wk17 Boston Breakers at Oakland Invaders
Invaders clinch the Pacific Division title as QB Fred Besana leads the way
Ex-Raiders Raymond Chester & Cedric Hardman have good games
Coaches: John Ralston vs. Dick Coury
Don Heinrich & Tom Kelly announcers
Some audio issues early, fine after 5 minutes
Brief pregame, halftime, postgame, 1 disk

1983 Semi Final Playoff
Oakland Invaders at Michigan Panthers
Big Upgrade! Very Nice Quality
Hebert & Anthony Cartewr vs. Raymond Chester, Art Wittington & Co.
Keith Jackson & Lynn Swann announcers
Pregame, commercials, 3 disks

1984 Wk2 Houston Gamblers at San Antonio Gunslingers MNF
Jim Kelly’s 1st professional 300 yard game, 3 TDs
Kelly’s 1st pro victory, 2nd game ever as a Gambler
Mouse Davis’s run & shoot offense rolls up big numbers
The night the lights go out in San Antonio, literally…
Jim Simpson & Paul Maguire announcers
Halftime, 2 disks

1984 Wk6 Tampa Bay Bandits at Philadelphia Stars
Kelvin Bryant powers for 3 TD’s and 114 yards on a pulled hamstring
Sam Mills, Chuck Fusina, William Fuller, Irv Eatman, Bart Oates,
Coaches: Jim Mora vs. Steve Spurrior at Veterans Stadium
Tim Brandt & Lee Grosscupx announcers
Nice Quality, 2 disks

1984 Wk15 Houston Gamblers at Denver Gold
Todd Fowler sets USFL rushing record with 208 yards, & 2 TD’s
Jim Kelly ties George Blanda & Y.A. Tittle’s pro record 36 TD’s in a season
The Gambles prolific “run & shoot” is on full display in this game
Coaches Jack Pardee vs. Craig Morton at Mile High Stadium
Tim Brandt & Lee Grosscup announcers
Nice Quality, Pregame, Halftime, commercials, 2 disks

1984 Wk18 Pittsburgh Maulers at Jacksonville Bulls
The last game ever played by the Pittsburgh Maulers
I had to get this game just so I could remember these uniforms!
In a heavy downpour part of the Gator Bowl field was actually under water
The Bulls played more like alligators, swamping the Maulers
Heisman Trophy winner Mike Rozier & QB Glenn Carano wore flippers instead of cleats
A great day for Robbie Mahfouyz, Tom Dinkle, Mike Whiting, & Larry Mason
Coaches: Lindy Infante vs. Ellis Rainsberg
John Sanders & Steve Talbot announcers
Halftime, commercials, 3 disks

1985 Wk14 Oakland Invaders at Denver Gold
Important battle for the lead in the Western Division
Bobby Hebert 4 TD passes, 337 yards
Anthony Carter, Gordan Banks, Albert Bentley, Derek Holloway
Dave Browning, Gary Plummer, Ray Bentley, David Greenwood
Bob Gagliano, Leonard Harris, Bill Johnson,
Coches: Charlie Sumner vs. Darrel “Mouse” Davis at Mile High Stadium
Fred Manfra & Marv Levy announcers
Nice Quality, , commercials, 3 disks

1985 Wk14 New Jersey Generals at Tampa Bay Bandits
Exciting OT game, wacky ending 30-24
Doug Flutie & Herschel Walker vs. Gary Anderson
Coaches Walt Michaels vs. Steve Spurrier
Keith Jackson, Lynn Swann, & Tim Brandt
Halftime, commercials, 2 disks

1985 Wk18 Arizona Outlaws at Memphis Showboats
Reggie White, Doug Williams, Tim Spencer & John Corker
In a 38-28 win QB Mike Kelley throws & runs for a TD
Coaches: Pepper Rodgers vs. Frank Kush at the Liberty Bowl
Jim Simpson & Paul Maguire announcers
Some commercials, 1 disk

1985 USFL Quarterfinal Playoff
Tampa Bay at Oakland
Nice Quality Upgrade of entire broadcast
Gary Anderson has a huge 1st Half, 197 total yards
Bobby Hebert & Anthony Carter lead a 2nd Half comeback
An exciting 30-27 game, Coaches: Charlie Sumner vs. Steve Spurrior
In 2nd Q:Network Breaking News return of TWA Flight 847 hostages
Pregame, Halftime, postgame, commercials, 4 disks

1985 USFL Semi-Final Playoff
Oakland Invaders at Memphis Showboats
Upgraded version no longer joined in progress
Anthony Carter has a big game 157 yards 2 TD’s
Reggie White, Mossy Cade, Mike Kelley, Tim Spencer, Walter Lewis
Albert Bentley, Gordan Banks, Gary Plummer, Dave Browning
Halftime feature on Reggie White
At the Liberty Bowl: Coaches: Charlie Sumner vs. Pepper Rodgers
Keith Jackson, Lynn Swann, & Tim Brandt announcers
Pregame, Halftime, 3 disks

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You can view a partial game list on this site, links to your right.
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