Can You Remember?

Cliff Eastham@RedsToTheBoneSenior Writer IIApril 5, 2009

Can You Remember?: Ten Sports Memories from Yesteryear

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#10 - When Sen. Bill Bradley Played Professional Basketball

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    WASHINGTON - MARCH 25:  (AFP OUT) Former US Senator and NBA player Bill Bradley speaks during a taping of 'Meet the Press' at the NBC studios March 25, 2007 in Washington, DC. A former Democratic presidential hopeful, Bradley spoke about his new book, 'Th

#9 - When The Marquette Golden Eagles Were The Marquette Warriors.

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#8 - When There Was No Shot Clock In NCAA Basketball

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#7 - When Ahmad Rashad Was Bobby Moore

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    NEW YORK - DECEMBER 11:  NBA commentator Ahmad Rashad arrives at ESPN Magazine's party to celebrate the release of year-end issue of the magazine at the Exit night club December 11, 2002 in New York City, New York.  (Photo by Adam Rountree/Getty Images)

#6 - When There Were No Baseball Playoffs In The Major Leagues?

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#5 - When NBA Referees Called Palming On Players

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#4 - When Cornerbacks were Called Defensive Halfbacks And Wide Receivers Were Split Ends And Flankers

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#3 - When The “Top Of The Key” Looked Like The Top Of A Skeleton Key.

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#2 - When You Didn’t Go To The Big Dance, If You Didn’t Win Your Conference Title Or Tournament

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#1 - When MLB Had Two All-Star Games A Year.

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