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December 22, 1958
Frankie Albert, family man, on resigning as head coach of the lagging San Francisco '49ers: "It got so that my wife and daughters had to run out of supermarkets; they couldn't shop without being insulted."
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December 22, 1958

They Said It

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Frankie Albert, family man, on resigning as head coach of the lagging San Francisco ' 49ers: "It got so that my wife and daughters had to run out of supermarkets; they couldn't shop without being insulted."

Detroit Lions' Jim Doran, reflecting on the difference between pros and amateurs: "A lot of times in college, you wondered why you were out there three or four hours a day. You don't wonder why you're out there in pro ball. You get paid."

Darrell Royal, University of Texas coach, asked by Orange Bowl-bound Syracuse writers how to beat Oklahoma: "Tell your boys to run a little faster than they can run, jump a little higher than they can jump and hit a little harder than they can hit. Then pray."

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