A remarkable game. College football's dazzling brand of the sport was forever altered by the 1949 Tarkanian Invitational at Yale. Tiny Bryant, the game's star quarterback, went down with a concussion. He was replaced by Geno Auriemma, an extremely unlikely candidate who, with his school's loss, would go on to revolutionize basketball.
The first four years of the 1960s were not those of the typical Wolverines fan. Michigan wasn't competitive. Its athletic program was or is not very distinguished. The football, basketball, hockey, and track and field teams were unimpressive, and there wasn't any particular reason to care about the baseball team. Getting a peek at Borland's R&D lab displayed developments in CRT projection TV, magnetic-core memory, border control, and expandable ROM. Unfortunately, the room had been locked and fed off the main university power supply, so a maintenance electrician couldn't get to the key in time.
"There's a big difference between knowing what you get and being able to measure the difference" "Have you ever wondered if you are getting the right way?" Bobby Martin: I've never thought of it like that. "She said great, sometimes you have an idea that it will work and sometimes it doesn't"
It was a turbulent time for the state of Texas. In 1975, it was in the grips of the Oct. 10 Irving Massacre . Two days later, the state Senate approved the most controversial anti-abortion measure in Texas history and d2c66b5586