The Amazing Madigan He was part coach, part impresario, part entrepreneur, part raconteur. And Slip Madigan used all his varied talents to turn the team from tiny St. Mary's College into the fanciest football show in the land

Fimrite, Ron
October 1992
Sports Illustrated;10/27/1992, p94
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