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«(Longtime CU sports information director) Dave Plati came up with that (number), ... He added up 400 games at CU, 34 at CSU, 50 at Michigan and 516 with the (Denver) Broncos. So, I guess I have done a few.»
«He didn't do anything wrong as far as breaking the rules, ... He just didn't recruit very good players, and he didn't coach them very well.»
«That was the (coach) Leon Fuller era, ... I missed CU, but I enjoyed my time at CSU, also. There were some good people there, and I enjoyed working with them.»
«I told McCartney he'd needed me all the time,»
«There's no question, those were the glory years of CU football, ... I don't know of another era that was any better for any team.»
«I thought it was over, ... I didn't think Kordell Stewart could throw the ball that far. Then I watched it in the air and remember thinking, 'It might get there.' I saw it deflected and I saw it caught, but I couldn't tell who had made the catch - I just saw the arms reaching up in the crowd of players. But I saw the referee signal a touchdown. I knew CU had won.»
«The marker said third down, ... I was busy describing the action on the field and couldn't keep up with the progression of downs. Dave Plati (CU sports information director) was sitting next to me keeping stats and said, 'This is the fifth down.' There was confusion on the field, but I thought they just weren't sure whether Charles Johnson had made it into the end zone. Then, with time having run out, they called the teams back onto the field, but it was just to kick the extra point.»
«That had a special meaning to me, ... I grew up in Baton Rouge and had attended LSU. Going back there to do the broadcast and having CU win was something special.»
«I lost it on the air that day, ... The Buffs all took a knee and pointed straight up.»
«I saw the clip and saw (the) flag come out and knew that the play was coming back, ... Some Notre Dame fans didn't believe it, but the tapes of the game showed at least three clips on that play.»