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Football Hall of Shame Paperback – May 1, 1991
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For instance, learn of the cheapest owner in the history of pro sports, Harry Wismer, whose New York Titans (which eventually became the Jets) watched all their game film on a single projector, with squads taking turns; whose scouting department consisted of a single copy of Street & Smith's; and whose motto was, "Don't cash your paycheck with anybody you like."
How about the most lopsided score in football history (222-0)? How about the TV network who forever changed programming history by cutting away from a tight game to show "Heidi," thereby inventing the phrase "______ will be shown in its entirety at the completion of our game"? How about the player who cost his team a Rose Bowl victory by running the wrong way with a fumble, ultimately scoring a safety for the other guys instead of a TD for his own? These are just a very, very few of the dozens of fantastic stories collected here.
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