Greatest sports moment


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Toxikk

ok, so what do you think the greatest sports moment of history is?

i gotta say this is mine....

From Maxim 100 Greatest Sports Moments -- Band On the Run

When Stanford kicks a field goal with four ticks left to go up 20-19 over archrival Cal, the fans are juiced. When the clock expires during the final kickoff to Cal, they pour onto the field to celebrate?unwittingly screening potential tacklers and helping Cal pull off, with five laterals, the most bizarre kickoff return in history. It?s Kevin Moen who finally takes it in for the score, famously bowling over Stanford trombonist Gary Tyrrell. ?This was the biggest fiasco of all time,? grouses the embittered Stanford coach, Paul Wiggin.

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sanctified

The last second points by Jordan against Utah in thr NBA finals

Emmittt Smith performance in the Super Bowl XXVIII

Joe Monatana - Franco immaculate reception

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SabaTime

Jordan against Utah in the NBA finals

When the lakers lost this year and now this year, good job Detroit

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axis

Miracle on ice

Tommie Smith and John Carlos raising there fist at the '68 Olympics

Whitney Houston's National Anthem

Some others too, but certainly nothing about the Lakers. That was just stupid, dont get caught up in the soap opera that is the Lakers. Most disfunctional moments in sports maybe.

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frozzi

the 6th Tour de France of Lance Armstrong in less than 1 month ;-)

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ad345zAdZ0d9_

Maradonna's hand of God

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Half head / half the hand of god

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black.ops

Bertuzzi smashing Moores head in...he deserved it. Free Bert!

nah jk, seriously, when the Canucks reached the Stanley cup finals in 1994...Vancouver was crazy..

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MasterSpy

England winning the 1966 World Cup. Obviously.

Master Spy.

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Major_Tom

I'm torn between "The Catch" and "The Miracle On Ice"

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Buzz99

1972, Canada vs. Russia, Phil Esposito slipping on his behind in front of the world during the presetation of the two teams

:laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

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bayrider

definately Canada vs Soviet Union in '72 when whats his face (henderson??) scored that winning goal

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baseballpro9

Joe Carters 9th Inning, world series winning homerun to crown Blue Jays 1993 Champions.

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Chris Allen

^ I was going to say that. I remember staying up late to watch that.

1972 Summit Series between Russian and Canada was amazing too. Paul Henderson pulling it out of his ass at the end was great. Meeting him years later was pretty damn cool too.

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Greenstein

Nebraska winning back to back National Championships :yes:

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Xenon

Roberto Baggio missing the decisive penalty and giving Brazil the '94 World Cup.

That was a very long match. With a great outcome :D

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ChicoCahill

miracle on ice

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bayrider
miracle on ice

because they made a movie out of it?

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IlliniPi

I'd have to say any of the Bulls championship series in the 90s. Jordan and the Bulls were actually a great team back then.

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Psycho_byte

1966 Football came home for england

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doubledragonxz

the 1970 and 1986 FIFA World Cups..

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ChicoCahill
because they made a movie out of it?

never saw the movie, i just thought it was so unthinkable that the soviets would be beat, especially by a amateur u.s. team

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Gabureiru

The Call Shot By 'The Babe' Off course there is no nor is going to be a greater moment in sports than that

Nuff Saild :ninja:

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