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THEY SAID IT
Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
March 07, 1983
?Don Haskins, basketball coach at Texas-El Paso, after a street in that city was named Don Haskins Drive: "I don't know how I can thank everybody. It's hard for me to put into words—I'm just a coach."
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March 07, 1983

They Said It

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? Don Haskins, basketball coach at Texas-El Paso, after a street in that city was named Don Haskins Drive: "I don't know how I can thank everybody. It's hard for me to put into words—I'm just a coach."

?Tim Carr, Delaware's 6'10�" center, answering the inevitable question posed by the inevitable stranger at the Philadelphia airport: "The weather up here is clear and sunny, with plenty of rebounds in the forecast."

? Shane Rawley, a sometime starting pitcher for the Yankees, after fighting and finally boating a 75-pound amber-jack in the Gulf of Mexico near Sarasota, Fla.: "Goose, where are you when I need you most?"

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