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Moore, Kenny
November 1992
Sports Illustrated;11/2/92, Vol. 77 Issue 19, p42
Profiles noted football mentor Bill Walsh. Returns to college coaching at Stanford; His new contract; Turns down a million dollar offer from NBC; The real mystery of Walsh; Coached at Stanford twice before; A very sensitive man; Ability to draft and develop talent; Television and Walsh were not compatible; Reasons for accepting the Stanford job; Experiences while coaching the 49ers; Wide range of acquaintances; Statement by Vice-Admiral James Stockdale; More.


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