he was fun too. I can see the hi tops, the slight bend of the shoulders, the mincing steps as he dropped back. Far as I'm concerned he changed the game. Split Lenny Moore and said good bye to the full house backfield. Alan Amech and J. L. Dupree (sp??).
Southern State Parkway, I'm heading West somewhere just before exit 20 Grand Ave/ Baldwin. There was a radio tower there (still is) I speeded up to avoid interference. Blip, blip...sizzle, glish cram... And Amache goes over from the one and the (arguably) greatest game and most defining game in the history of our sport ......ENDS. And Gifford's legacy is forever compromised. (sorry Sam).
One of the players moved. Salaries were such that they all got togeher and moved his furniture in. Some painted, John U. worked on the floors.