Baseball Direct is pleased to present video collections from the best of Professional and College Football. These are the same kind of great video products you've come to expect from Baseball Direct, now for other sports. We will expand our selection, so check back often for new additions.
|Pro Football - Video
Super Bowl 50 Champions
This film tells the incredible story of Peyton Manning, Gary Kubiak, pro footballís best defense and the rest of the 2015 Broncos. From the opening kickoff of the season to Denverís 24-10 victory over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50, NFL Films documents every big play in the Broncosí triumphant season with incredible game footage and exclusive sideline sound. Also features Super Bowl media day and post-game ceremony. Blu-ray combo pack includes additional bonus features.
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New England Patriots Super Bowl XLIX Champions
After a decade the Patriots are the champions of professional football once again. After winning their fourth straight AFC East title, New England comes back twice to defeat Baltimore before dominating the Colts for the AFC Championship. The Patriots then travel to Arizona and dethrone the Seattle Seahawks 28-24 to win Super Bowl XLIX.
Experience the journey of the 2014 Patriots as NFL Films takes you through their incredible season. With sideline access and award-winning cinematography, join Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski and head coach Bill Belichick as they add another exciting chapter to the storied history of the Patriots. Extra content.
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Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl XLVIII Champions
Relive the magical ride of the 2013 Seattle Seahawks season. This video takes you through the sights and sounds of the Seahawks' epic championship run and follows the heroics of Russell Wilson, Richard Sherman, Marshawn Lynch and head coach Pete Carroll. Seattle had to survive three showdowns with the divisional rival 49ers, two battles with the high-flying Saints offense, and in the Super Bowl, the offensive machine that was the Denver Broncos.
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Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl XLVII Champions
With their thrilling 34-31 victory over the San Francisco 49ers, the Baltimore Ravens put an exclamation mark at the end of Ray Lewis' Hall of Fame career, and rode the talents of Lewis, quarterback Joe Flacco, tailback Ray Rice and others to their second world championship. After capturing the AFC North title for the third straight year, the Ravens topped the Colts and stunned the Broncos and Patriots on their home turf before knocking off the 49ers, coached by John Harbaugh's brother Jim, in the Super Bowl. Includes highlights from every game of the season, plus extra content.
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New York Giants Super Bowl XLVI Champions
Highlights of every game of the Giants' championship season. In early December 2011, the team was in deep trouble, staggered by a four-game losing streak that threatened to keep them out of the postseason. But a decisive win over the Cowboys earned the Giants a division crown. Once in the playoffs, New York took down the Falcons, Packers and 49ers to reach the Super Bowl for the second time under head coach Tom Coughlin.
In a rematch of the game four years earlier, the Giants upset the favored New England Patriots thanks to the play of MVP Eli Manning and a great catch by Mario Manningham.
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Green Bay Packers Super Bowl XLV Champions
The Green Bay Packers win their fourth Super Bowl title as Aaron Rodgers throws three touchdown passes in the win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. This video follows the Packers from the first snap of the 2010 regular season through the road playoff wins over the Eagles, Falcons, and Bears to the final play of the Super Bowl.
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1987 AFC Championship: Denver Broncos vs. Cleveland Browns
One year after John Elway and the Denver Broncos shocked the Cleveland Browns in the 1986 AFC Championship Game, Cleveland and Denver cooked up another thriller with the Super Bowl on the line. After Denver raced to a 28-10 second-half lead, Cleveland stormed back and was primed to take the lead on a fateful final drive that has become the stuff of legends. Relive Elwayís passing, the receiving heroics of Mark Jackson and Ricky Nattiel, and the gritty resolve of a Denver defense that delivered the key play when the Broncos needed it most. Original network broadcast.
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The Comeback: Buffalo Bills vs. Houston Oilers
The score was 35-3. The game was over. Or so everyone thought. It was the single greatest comeback in NFL history and now the Bills famous comeback in the 1992 AFC Wildcard Playoffs is on DVD. With interviews of many of the key players in the most exhilarating game in Buffalo history, The Comeback delivers all of the sensational moments with award-winning cinematography, heart-pounding music and exciting game sound. Relive the heroics of back-up quarterback Frank Reich as he directs the Bills to the gameís thrilling conclusion.
|#2819 $14.95 |
Run to Daylight
Based on the book "Run to Daylight" by legendary coach Vince Lombardi, this DVD takes you behind the scenes with the 1964 Green Bay Packers in training camp. Meet the rookies and free agents, hear Lombardi's famous welcome speech and his comments on most of the regulars. See and hear these Packer greats: Bart Starr, Jim Taylor, Paul Hornung, Forrest Gregg, Willie Wood, Ray Nitschke, Boyd Dowler, Willie Davis, Henry Jordan, Jerry Kramer and others.
B&W. 52 mins.
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Lombardiís Last Three
Highlights of Vince Lombardiís last three games as Head Coach of the Green Bay Packers. Includes the 1967 Western Conference championship game against the Los Angeles Rams, the NFL Championship Game against the Dallas Cowboys (played in 15 below zero conditions at Lambeau Field), and the 1968 World Championship Game at the Orange Bowl against the Oakland Raiders.
Color. 1 hour, 21 mins.
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New Orleans Saints Super Bowl XLIV Champions
Relive all the thrilling moments of the New Orleans Saintsí 2009 season, from opening day through their Super Bowl triumph over the Indianapolis Colts, with action from every regular season and playoff game. Hear all the sideline sound, player and coaches wires and locker room celebrations as the cameras and microphones of NFL Films capture the thrills and drama of the teamís super season.
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Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl XLIII Champions
Highlights from the regular season, playoffs and the Steelers thrilling win over the Cardinals. Over three hours of Super Bowl coverage and behind the scenes action.
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1964 NFL Championship: Cleveland Browns vs. Baltimore Colts
Chris Schenkel narrates the championship game highlights as the underdog Browns shut out the Colts, 27-0, at Cleveland Municipal Stadium. The Browns featured quarterback Frank Ryan, Jim Brown, Paul Warfield and kicker Lou Groza. Also included is a film on the Browns' regular season and a half hour of rare news footage of Cleveland's last practice before the title game and interviews with players and the coaches.
B&W/Color. 1 hour, 29 min.
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1963 NFL Championship: Chicago Bears vs. New York Giants
Color highlights of the 1963 championship game, won by the Bears 14-10 at Wrigley Field. The Bears featured Mike Ditka, Johnny Morris, Ed O'Bradovich, Richie Petitbon and quarterback Billy Wade. The Giants were led by Del Shofner, Frank Gifford, Joe Morrison, Sam Huff, Andy Robustelli, Alex Webster and quarterback Y.A. Tittle. Also included is a B&W highlight film on the Bears' regular season, narrated by Jack Brickhouse.
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1958 NFL Championship:
Baltimore Colts vs. New York Giants
This four-film DVD includes highlights of the 1958 NFL Championship Game, the first overtime game in NFL history, won by the Baltimore Colts over the New York Giants, 23-17. The DVD also includes the 1958 Colts and the 1958 Giants highlight films, which show action from the most important regular season games. Also included on the DVD are rare newsreel highlights with ground-level action from the championship game.
The rosters of the two clubs read like a whoís who of NFL players from the 1950s: Johnny Unitas, Lenny Moore, Alan Ameche, Gino Marchetti, Jim Parker and Big Daddy Lipscomb of the Colts and Charlie Conerly, Kyle Rote, Frank Gifford, Andy Robustelli, Sam Huff, Roosevelt Grier, Alex Webster, Don Chandler and Pat Summerall of the Giants.
B&W. 1 hour, 44 mins.
1959 NFL Championship: Baltimore Colts vs. New York Giants
Highlights of the Colts' 31-16 win over the Giants on Dec. 27, 1959 at Memorial Stadium. The DVD also includes the 1959 regular season highlight films for the Colts and the Giants. In the title game, Baltimore's Johnny Unitas throws for two touchdowns and runs for another, while Pat Summerall kicks three field goals for the Giants.
B&W. 1 hour, 39 mins.
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Indianapolis Colts — 2007 Super Bowl Champions
Finally, the cries that Peyton Manning and the Colts couldn't win the big one have forever been silenced. With their rain-soaked victory over the Chicago Bears in Super Bowl XLI, the Colts claimed their first world championship in 36 years.
It was a defense that struggled against the run during the regular season that reigned supreme in January-first stopping Kansas City's Larry Johnson and then Baltimore's Jamal Lewis. Against the Patriots in the AFC title game, Manning and the Colts overcame a team that had defeated them in two previous playoff appearances.
Join NFL Films as they relive the Colts' rise to the top of the National Football League. This video takes you from the opening whistle against the Giants to the final gun in Miami, where the Colts captured their second Super Bowl crown.
Color. 171 mins.
Pittsburgh Steelers—2006 Super Bowl Champions
The Pittsburgh Steelers quest for a fifth Super Bowl title was an epic journey that took 26 years to complete. In 2004, the Steelers finished with the best record in the history of the AFC, only to lose the championship game for the fifth time in their last six tries. The loss was particularly painful for the Steeler family because many suspected it would be the final game of Jerome Bettis' career.
But the 5th all-time leading rusher in NFL history returned in 2005, hoping for one more shot at a title. In Week 14, with the team 7-5 and the season on the line, Bettis ran for 101 yards and two touchdowns in a 21-9 victory over the NFC North champion Chicago Bears. The Steelers did not lose again.
Highlighted by a "heart-stopping" sequence that will forever be known in Pittsburgh as the Immaculate Redemption, the Steelers improbable run to a title included wins on the road over the top three seeds in the AFC--the Cincinnati Bengals, the Indianapolis Colts and the Denver Broncos.
In Super Bowl XL, played in Jerome Bettis' hometown of Detroit, the Steelers defeated the Seattle Seahawks and became the first sixth seed in NFL history to win it all.
Approx. 180 mins.
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|Pro Football - Broadcast Audio on CD
1957 NFL Championship Game
Tobin Rote throws for four touchdowns and runs for another as the Detroit Lions crush the Cleveland Browns 59-14. The game is played on Dec. 29, 1957 at Briggs Stadium in Detroit. Jim Brown scores the Browns' first touchdown on a 29-yard run. Complete game NBC Radio broadcast with Bill McColgan and Ray Scott.
1958 NFL Championship Game
The Baltimore Colts defeat the New York Giants 23-17 in sudden-death overtime on Dec. 28, 1958 at Yankee Stadium. Raymond Berry pulls in 12 passes from Johnny Unitas for 187 yards and a touchdown. Complete game NBC radio broadcast. (Boland, McColgan)
1959 NFL Championship Game
In a rematch of the 1958 title game, the Baltimore Colts defeat the New York Giants 31-16 at Memorial Stadium on December 27, 1959. The Colts' Lenny Moore caught a 60-yard TD pass from Johnny Unitas in the first quarter but three Pat Summerall field goals gave the Giants a 9-7 lead after three quarters. The Colts then rallied for 24 points in the fourth quarter to win their second straight title. Complete game NBC Radio broadcast with By Saam and Van Patrick.
Pat Summerall's field goal in the final minute sparks the New York Giants to a thrilling 27-24 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Nov. 13, 1960 at Yankee Stadium. Charlie Conerly connects with Frank Gifford for two touchdowns. Bobby Layne runs for one touchdown and throws for another for the Steelers. Complete game radio broadcast with Mel Allen.
1960 NFL Championship Game
The Philadelphia Eagles beat the Green Bay Packers 17-13 on Dec. 26, 1960 at Franklin Field in Philadelphia. Chuck Bednarik stops Jim Taylor on the Eagles' 10-yard line as time runs out. The quarterbacks are Bart Starr for the Western Conference champion Packers and Norm Van Brocklin for the Eastern Conference champion Eagles. It is the only playoff loss in Vince Lombardi’s career. Complete game NBC Radio broadcast with Jack Whitaker and Blaine Walsh.
1961 NFL Championship Game
Paul Hornung scores a touchdown and kicks three field goals and four extra points as the Green Bay Packers blank the New York Giants, 37-0. The game is played on Dec. 31, 1961 in frigid conditions at Green Bay City Stadium, later known as Lambeau Field. Bart Starr throws three touchdown passes. It is the first of five championships under coach Vince Lombardi. Complete game NBC Radio broadcast with Jim Leaming and Ray Scott.
Detroit Lions hand Green Bay Packers first loss of season on Nov. 22, 1962 before Thanksgiving Day sellout at Tiger Stadium. Milt Plum throws for two touchdowns and kicks 47-yard field goal for Lions. Complete game radio broadcast with Detroit announcers Russ Thomas and Bob Reynolds.
1962 NFL Championship Game
The Green Bay Packers beat the New York Giants 16-7 on Dec. 30, 1962 at Yankee Stadium. The Packers are led by Jim Taylorís running and Ray Nitschkeís defense. Jerry Kramer adds three field goals for Vince Lombardiís team in cold and windy conditions. Complete game NBC Radio broadcast with Ken Coleman and Ted Moore.
The New York Giants defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers 33-17 to win the Eastern Conference title on Dec. 15, 1963 at Yankee Stadium. Y.A. Tittle throws three touchdown passes to set a new single-season mark of 36. Joe Morrison catches two TD passes and runs for another. Complete game radio broadcast with Al DeRogatis and Marty Glickman.
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1963 NFL Championship Game
The Chicago Bears beat the New York Giants 14-10 at Wrigley Field on Dec. 29, 1963. The Giants feature Y.A. Tittle, Frank Gifford and Sam Huff while the Bears are led by Bill Wade, Mike Ditka and a defense nicknamed the "Monsters of the Midway". The game goes down to the wire as Richie Petitbon intercepts a Tittle pass in the end zone with 10 seconds left. Complete game NBC Radio broadcast with Pat Summerall and Jim Gibbons.
1964 Browns- Giants
The Cleveland Browns whip the New York Giants, 52-20, in regular-season finale on Dec. 12, 1964 at Yankee Stadium. Frank Ryan throws for five touchdowns and Jim Brown rushes for 99 yards as Browns clinch Eastern Conference title. It is the final NFL contest for three New York stars: defensive end Andy Robustelli, quarterback Y.A. Tittle and wide receiver Frank Gifford. Complete game radio broadcast with Woody Erdman, Joe Walton and Joe Hassel.
1964 NFL Championship Game
The Cleveland Browns stun Johnny Unitas and the Baltimore Colts 27-0 on Dec. 27, 1964 at Cleveland Municipal Stadium. Frank Ryan throws three touchdown passes to Gary Collins while Jim Brown rushes for 114 yards. Complete game CBS Radio broadcast with Jim Morse and Jack Drees.
1965 NFL Championship Game
The Green Bay Packers down the Cleveland Browns 23-12 on Jan. 2, 1966 at Lambeau Field. Paul Hornung (105 yards) and Jim Taylor (96 yards) lead the Packers' rushing attack. Played in snow and fog, the game was the last of Jim Brown's career. Complete game broadcast with Jim Morse and Jack Drees (CBS Radio) in the first half and Frank Gifford and Ken Coleman (CBS-TV) in the second half.
1966 NFL Championship Game
Bart Starr throws four touchdown passes as the Green Bay Packers defeat the Dallas Cowboys 34-27 at the Cotton Bowl on January 1, 1967. Green Bay went on to beat the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl I. Complete game radio broadcast with Jim Morse and Jack Drees announcing.
The Minnesota Vikings edge the New York Giants 27-24 on Nov. 5, 1967 at Metropolitan Stadium despite three touchdown passes by Fran Tarkenton, who was traded by the Vikings to the Giants earlier in the year. Led by quarterback Joe Kapp, Minnesota scores 13 points in the fourth quarter, with Fred Cox booting the game-tying and game-winning field goals. Complete game radio broadcast with Giants announcers Ted Jones, Dick Lynch and Woody Erdman.
1967 NFL Championship Game
Bart Starr scores with 16 seconds left as the Green Bay Packers defeat the Dallas Cowboys 21-17 at bitterly cold Lambeau Field on Dec. 31, 1967. Known as the Ice Bowl, the game is considered one of the greatest in NFL history. The contest features two future Hall of Fame coaches, Tom Landry and Vince Lombardi. Complete game radio broadcast, with Chuck Johnson and Ted Moore announcing.
1968 AFL Championship Game
The New York Jets defeat the Oakland Raiders 27-23 on December 29, 1968 at Shea Stadium. Joe Namathís fourth quarter touchdown pass to Don Maynard lifts the Jets to their first AFL championship. Complete game NBC Radio broadcast with Al DeRogatis and Jim Simpson.
Super Bowl I
The Green Bay Packers defeat the Kansas City Chiefs 35-10 at the LA Memorial Coliseum on Jan. 15, 1967. Bart Starr throws for 250 yards and Max McGee catches two TD passes for the NFL Champion Packers, while Len Dawson throws for 211 yards for the AFL Champion Chiefs. Complete game NBC Radio broadcast with George Ratterman and Jim Simpson.
Super Bowl II
The NFL champion Green Bay Packers defeat the AFL champion Oakland Raiders 33-14 on Jan. 14, 1968 at the Orange Bowl in Miami. Bart Starr passes for 202 yards and Don Chandler kicks four field goals for Green Bay. Complete game CBS radio broadcast. (Hedrick, Drees)
Super Bowl III
The New York Jets upset the heavily-favored Baltimore Colts 16-7 on Jan. 12, 1969 at the Orange Bowl in Miami. Joe Namath throws for 206 yards and is named the Super Bowl MVP. Matt Snell rushes for 121 yards for the AFL champion Jets while Tom Matte runs for 116 yards for the NFL champion Colts. Complete game NBC radio broadcast. (Summerall, Ratterman, Jones)
George Blanda throws for one touchdown and kicks three field goals, including the 52-yard game-winner, in Oakland's 23-20 win. The game, played at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on Nov. 8, 1970, is the first meeting ever between the two teams. Complete game radio broadcast with Browns announcers Jim Graner and Gib Shanley.
The Baltimore Colts edge the Chicago Bears, 21-20, on Nov. 29, 1970 at Memorial Stadium. The Bears lead 17-0 after the first quarter, but the Colts battle back to win on Johnny Unitas' 54-yard pass to John Mackey late in the fourth quarter. The Colts went on to win the Super Bowl. Complete game radio broadcast with Irv Kupcinet and Jack Brickhouse.
Super Bowl V
The Baltimore Colts defeat the Dallas Cowboys on Jan. 17, 1971 at the Orange Bowl in Miami. Jim OíBrien kicks the game-winning 32-yard field goal with five seconds left. Chuck Howley of the Cowboys is named the MVP, the only time a player from the losing team has ever won the award. Complete game NBC radio broadcast. (DeRogatis, Randolph)
1972 Steelers-Raiders Playoff
Franco Harris' Immaculate Reception gives the Steelers a 13-7 win over the Raiders in the AFC divisional playoff on Dec. 23, 1972 at Three Rivers Stadium. Complete game Mutual Radio broadcast with Bob Reynolds and Van Patrick.
Bobby Howfield's sixth field goal of game lifts New York Jets over New Orleans Saints 18-17 at Shea Stadium on Dec. 3, 1972. Joe Namath and Archie Manning each throw for over 200 yards. Complete game radio broadcast with Jets announcers Sam DeLuca and Merle Harmon.
1974 New York Jets-Baltimore Colts
Joe Namath leads the Jets to a 45-38 victory over the Colts on Dec. 15, 1974 at Memorial Stadium despite a record-setting performance by Bert Jones. Complete game radio broadcast with Jets announcers Dave Herman and Marty Glickman.
Ahmad Rashad's second touchdown in the final two minutes lifts Buffalo over Oakland 21-20 on Sept. 16, 1974 at Rich Stadium. George Blanda misses 50-yard field goal attempt on final play of game. O.J. Simpson rushes for 78 yards for the Bills. Complete game radio broadcast with Frank Sweeney and Don Criqui.
Bert Jones throws three touchdown passes to Roger Carr as the Colts defeat the Bengals 28-27 on Sept. 19, 1976 at Memorial Stadium. Lydell Mitchell rushes for 106 yards for Baltimore. Complete game radio broadcast with Bengals announcers Jimmy Crum and Phil Samp.
Bo Schembechler's Michigan Wolverines
This tribute film celebrates a true college football legend. Schembechler coached Michigan for 21 years, had a .796 winning percentage and elevated the Wolverines to a national powerhouse. From his rise in the coaching ranks to the explosive "Ten Year War" with Ohio State to his regal retirement, Schembechler was beloved. Includes interviews with former Wolverines Dan Dierdorf, Bump Elliott, Jamie Morris, Jim Brandstatter, Jon Falk, Lloyd Carr and others in the Michigan family.
Color and B&W. 66 mins. plus extras
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Tom Osborne's Nebraska Cornhuskers
As head coach of the Nebraska Cornhuskers from 1973 to 1997, Coach Tom Osborne guided his teams to 255 wins, 13 conference championships and three national titles. A moving tribute to a college football icon, this film follows Osborne's early coaching seasons under Bob Devaney through his ascension to head coach and beyond. Listen to Johnny Rodgers, Turner Gill, Jason Peter, Jerry Tagge, Aaron Taylor and others explain why Osborne became such a legend--as a coach, leader, and humanitarian.
Color and B&W. 70 mins. plus extras.
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Woody Hayes' Ohio State Buckeyes
Woody Hayes' Ohio State Buckeyes
Across his three decades at Ohio State, Woody Hayes dominated the football landscape and spread the virtues and tradition of the Buckeyes from coast to coast. This film is a tribute to the man whose teams won 205 games, three national championships, and 13 Big Ten titles. The stories of Coach Hayes are told by players, colleagues and friends including Archie Griffin, Rex Kern, Dick Schafrath, Jack Tatum, John Hicks and others.
Color and B&W. 70 mins. plus extras.
|#2313 $24.95 |
1983 Sugar Bowl: Penn State vs. Georgia
Facing top-ranked and undefeated Georgia in a No. 1 vs. No.2 matchup, the Nittany Lions led from the start and upset the Bulldogs, 27-23, to win Joe Paterno's first national championship. Penn State RB Curt Warner ran for 117 yards and QB Todd Blackledge threw for 228 yards to lead the charge. On defense, the Nittany Lions stopped 1982 Heisman winner Herschel Walker, who could only muster 103 yards on 28 carries.
Complete game broadcast without commercial interruption. Special features.
Color. Approx. 180 mins.
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1969 Rose Bowl: Ohio State vs. USC
The 1969 Rose Bowl brought together the undefeated and top-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes and the second-ranked USC Trojans in a battle for the national championship. Ohio State's team featured Jack Tatum, Rex Kern and John Brockington. Heisman Trophy winner O.J. Simpson ran for 171 yards and a touchdown but it wasn't enough to bring USC the title. This DVD contains the complete game coverage from NBC Sports without commercial interruption.
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Maryland 42, Miami 40 (Nov. 10, 1984)
The Hurricanes built a big first-half lead behind Bernie Kosar, but the Terrapins stormed back behind Frank Reich to win one of the most unforgettable games in college football history. The coaches were Jimmy Johnson, in his first year at Miami, and Bobby Ross at Maryland. This DVD contains the complete network broadcast without commercial interruption.
|#1605 $24.95 |
1994 Orange Bowl: Florida State vs. Nebraska
Led by Heisman winner Charlie Ward, Florida State came from behind to defeat Nebraska 18-16 for its first national championship. Freshman placekicker Scott Bentley split the uprights with 21 seconds left in the game to cap the comeback. It was Bentley's fourth field goal of the game. This DVD contains the complete broadcast from NBC Sports without commercial interruption.
|#1607 $24.95 |
Live the Dream: 2005 Texas Longhorns Highlights
With the Longhorns' stunning come-from-behind Rose Bowl win over USC as the backdrop and Vince Young's performance-for-the-ages as a centerpiece, this video chronicles Texas's perfect season and march to the national championship. Includes bonus features.
Color. 55 min.
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National Champions: The Story of the 2006 Florida Gators
This video takes you through the roller coaster ride that was the 2006 University of Florida football season. From every thrilling victory to the SEC championship game in Atlanta to the convincing upset of top-ranked Ohio State in the desert, this video is a must for every Gator fan. Includes bonus features.
Color. 71 min.
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1941 Rose Bowl
No 2 Stanford defeats No. 7 Nebraska 21-13 on Jan. 1, 1941 in Pasadena. The Indians bring a 9-0 record into the game and are led by quarterback Frankie Albert, new coach Clark Shaughnessy and his revolutionary "T-formation" offense. Stanford's Pete Kmetovic returns a punt 39 yards for a touchdown in the third period to seal the victory. Complete game NBC Radio broadcast with Ken Carpenter and Bill Stern.
In a thrilling finish, the heavily-favored Cadets hold off over the Midshipmen 21-18 on Nov. 30, 1946 at Philadelphia Municipal Stadium. Army is led by Glenn Davis and Doc Blanchard and with the win, completes an undefeated season. Complete game radio broadcast with Bill Corum and Harry Wismer.
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Doak Walker's heroics enable Southern Methodist to tie Texas Christian 19-19 and remain unbeaten on November 29, 1947 in Fort Worth. Walker rushes for 119 yards, returns three kickoffs for 163 yards, completes 10 of 14 passes for 136 yards, scores two touchdowns and kicks an extra point. Complete game NBC radio broadcast with Bill Stern.
1949 Cotton Bowl
SMU beats Oregon 21-13 on January 1, 1949 in Dallas. Doak Walker and Kyle Rote each score a touchdown and keep Ducks pinned deep in their own territory with second-quarter quick kicks. Norm Van Brocklin throws 24-yard TD pass in fourth quarter for Oregon. Complete game Mutual Radio broadcast with Charlie Jordan and Al Helfer.
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1950 Rose Bowl
Ohio State stuns unbeaten California 17-14 on Jan. 2, 1950 in Pasadena. Jimmy Hague boots winning field goal with less than two minutes to go. Curly Morrison rushes for 119 yards on 25 carries for Buckeyes. Complete game CBS Radio broadcast with Red Barber.
1953 Notre Dame-Oklahoma
Johnny Lattner and Joe Heap lead Irish to 28-21 win over Sooners on Sept. 26, 1953 in Norman, Oklahoma. Heap catches two touchdown passes from Ralph Guglielmi while Lattner makes key interception to end Sooners’ comeback bid. This would be the last loss for Bud Wilkinson’s team over the next 48 games. Complete game NBC Radio broadcast with Joe Hassel and Curt Gowdy.
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The Wildcats beat the Volunteers 27-21 on Nov. 21, 1953 in Bear Bryant's last game as Kentucky head coach. The game takes place at Stoll Field/McLean Stadium in Lexington. The Wildcats finish the season at 7-2-1 and are ranked #16 in the final AP poll. Complete game radio broadcast with J.B. Faulkner.
1963 Rose Bowl
Unbeaten USC holds off Wisconsin 42-37 on Jan. 1, 1963 at Pasadena. Pete Beathard throws four touchdown passes as the top-ranked Trojans beat the second-ranked Badgers in one of the greatest bowl games of all time. Complete game NBC Radio broadcast with Tom Kelly and Mike Walden.
Top-ranked Texas rallies to beat second-ranked Arkansas 15-14 on Dec. 6, 1969 in a legendary college football game in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The Longhorns trail 14-0 after three quarters but battle back behind quarterback James Street. President Richard Nixon attends the game. Complete game radio broadcast with Stan McKenzie and Connie Alexander.
The Trojans beat the Indians 26-24 on Ron Ayala's 35-yard field goal on Oct. 11, 1969 at the Los Angeles Coliseum. USC finished the season undefeated (10-0-1) while Stanford, led by Jim Plunkett, finished at 7-2-1. Complete game radio broadcast with Stanford announcers Bob Murphy and Don Klein.
1966 Michigan State - Notre Dame
Two unbeaten teams battle to a 10 -10 tie in East Lansing in one of the greatest games in college football history. The game ends in controversy as Irish coach Ara Parseghian elects to run out the clock rather than risk turning the ball over to the Spartans. Complete game radio broadcast of the Nov. 19, 1966 game with Notre Dame announcers Frank Sweeney and Jim Morse.
1946 Army-Notre Dame
Army was ranked No. 1 in the country and Notre Dame was No. 2 when the two teams met on Nov. 9, 1946 at Yankee Stadium. Army's attack featured Doc Blanchard and Glenn Davis while Notre Dame was led by quarterback Johnny Lujack. Both teams came into the game with 6-0 records and averaging over 30 points per game. "The Game of the Century", as it was called, ended in a 0-0 tie. Complete game NBC Radio broadcast with Bill Stern announcing. Also includes highlights from 1945 and 1947 Army-Notre Dame games.
Army snaps Navy's five-game winning streak with an 11-8 win in Roger Staubach's final game. Barry Nickerson's 20-yard field goal breaks the tie before 100,000 fans at John F. Kennedy Stadium in Philadelphia. Complete game radio broadcast with Mutual Radio's Al Wester and Van Patrick.
1965 Orange Bowl
Texas stops Joe Namath inches short of the goal line late in the game to beat the Crimson Tide 21-17 on January 1, 1965. Alabama came into the game unbeaten and was named national champion prior to the contest. Ernie Koy scored two touchdowns for the Longhorns, including a 79-yard run in the first quarter. Namath did not start because of a knee injury but threw for 255 yards and two touchdowns and was named MVP. It was the first night game in Orange Bowl history. Complete game NBC Radio broadcast with Billy Vessels and Jim Gibbons.
1970 Cotton Bowl
Top-ranked and unbeaten Texas edges Notre Dame 21-17 in a thrilling Cotton Bowl on New Yearís Day, 1970. Notre Dame quarterback Joe Theismann threw for 231 yards, while the Longhorns were led by quarterback James Street, who passed for 107 yards, and fullback Steve Worster, who rushed for 155 yards. The Irish had not been to a bowl game in 45 years. Complete game CBS Radio broadcast with Connie Alexander and Jack Buck.
1972 Rose Bowl
Stanford upsets heavily favored Michigan 13-12 on Jan. 1, 1972 in Pasadena. Rod Garcia kicks a 31-yard field goal with 12 seconds left to stun the unbeaten Wolverines. Stanford quarterback Don Bunce throws for 290 yards and is named the game’s MVP. It’s Stanford’s final game as the “Indians”. Complete game NBC Radio broadcast with Don Klein and Don Kramer.
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1973 Sugar Bowl
Notre Dame defeats Alabama 24-23 in the Sugar Bowl on Dec. 31, 1973 at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans. It is the first meeting ever between the two schools and features legendary coaches Paul "Bear" Bryant of Alabama and Ara Parseghian of Notre Dame. Both teams come into the game with unbeaten records. There are six lead changes in the game, and a fourth quarter field goal by Bob Thomas gives the Irish the winning margin. Complete game Mutual Radio broadcast with Tom Dennin, Al Wester and Van Patrick.
1976 Missouri-Ohio State
The Tigers score with 12 seconds left and add a two-point conversion to stun the second-ranked Buckeyes 22-21 on Sept. 25, 1976 in Columbus. Ohio State had won 25 straight home games and led 21-7 at the half before the third largest crowd in Ohio Stadium history. Complete game KMOX radio broadcast with Bill Wilkerson and Dan Kelly.
Wisconsin rallies from 18 points down in the fourth quarter to tie Purdue 24-24 on Nov. 11, 1978 at Camp Randall Stadium. The Boilermakers, who were led by quarterback Mark Herrmann, finished the season 13th in the AP poll. Complete game radio broadcast with Wisconsin announcers Jim Paschke, Ted Moore and Earl Gillespie.