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Buffalo Head

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The saga on and off-field that was the 1978 Yankees is a great sports story. Not at all surprising to get this kind of treatment on a major anniversary.
 

cornwalls@6

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Anybody else catch The Last Days Of Knight? Riveting. One of the best of the series. Queasy to admit there was a time when I was an admirer of his. That ended years ago when I finally realized the ends didn’t justify the means with him. The film reaffirms that, and really lays him and all of his bullshit bare. As well as telling the ultimately tragic tale of Neil Reed. Highly recommend watching it.
 

Rich Garces Belly

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Anybody else catch The Last Days Of Knight? Riveting. One of the best of the series. Queasy to admit there was a time when I was an admirer of his. That ended years ago when I finally realized the ends didn’t justify the means with him. The film reaffirms that, and really lays him and all of his bullshit bare. As well as telling the ultimately tragic tale of Neil Reed. Highly recommend watching it.
It’s an older one they replayed recently and is a good watch! I still love Bobby Knight though.
 

j-man

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the knight one was the best 30 for 30 i watched he done a great job getting both sides knight should have left after 92 if he did he wouild been in dean smith coach k land texas tech where he went in 02 wouild be a pefect fit their 96 team went to the sweet 16 with knight they might of went to the final 4