Bruce's fall

O'Brien, Richard; Whiteside, Kelly
December 1992
Sports Illustrated;12/7/92, Vol. 77 Issue 24, p15
Reports on the dismissal of Colorado State's football coach Earle Bruce. Statement by school officials; Boosters' rally to his defense; Supporting allegations by the school; Bruce's coaching record; Admissions and statement by Bruce; His filing of a suit for reinstatement; Dim future job prospects.


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