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December 28, 1992
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December 28, 1992

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The college football championship is split between Washington and Miami, each with a 12-0 record. The Hurricanes top the AP poll, and the Huskies the CNN coaches' ratings.

The Sporting News names NBA commissioner David Stern the most powerful man in sports.

Tom Seaver and Rollie Fingers are elected to baseball's Hall of Fame.

They Said It
Reggie Jackson, when asked how fast Seaver's pitches were: "Blind people came to the game just to listen to his fastball."

Dennis Green becomes the NFL's second black head coach when he is hired by the Minnesota Vikings.

Troy ( Ala.) State's basketball team sets an NCAA scoring record by beating DeVry Institute 258-141.

They Said It
Chicago Blackhawk icing Sin Crimson, on why a photo of him hangs over the nameplate on his locker: "That's so when I forget how to spell my name, I can still find my clothes."

K.C. Jones, never below .500 in his 10 wars as an NBA coach, is fired by the Seattle Supersonics.

Brett Hull of the St. Louis Blues wins the NHL All-Star Came MVP award alter scoring twice to lead the Campbell Conference to a 10-6 defeat of the Wales.

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