Description: SPORTS, COLLEGE FOOTBALL, BYU VS. MICHIGAN, HOLIDAY BOWL 1984, 1ST QUARTER,INJURED QUARTERBACK, 1980S COMMERCIALS; NX EXT large display of US flag in football field, introduction to game, announcers Mike Smith & Greg Wyatt introduce game; COMMERCIALS: vintage spots for Toyota van, Strohs, Sharp quarts, Pepto Bismol; INT sportscaster sets up team introductions, cus of team members & highlights of their plays during the season; COMMERCIALS: vintage spots for Ivory soap, Selsun Blue, Strohs; NX EXT ws stadium parasailer lands on field, parasailer dressed as Santa Claus lands on field, NX EXT more skydivers enter field, Miss America waves, coin toss, kickoff, NX EXT beginning of game commences, played out in it's entirety, no score @ first time out;COMMERCIALS: vintage spots for Toyota, IBM;NX EXT BYU takes offense, moves up field, Michigan intercepts, still no score;NX EXT raw feed of time out, Good Year blimp hovers, aerial Jack Murphy stadium, cheerleaders, ball thrown out of bounds; NX EXT BYU cougar mascot, Michigan fumbles; COMMERCIALS: spots for Armed Forces, AT&T; NX EXT play causes unseen injury, BYU quarterback is hurt & carried off field, doctors look @ his ankle; COMMERCIALS: vintage ads for the new 1985 Toyota, Norelco razors; NX EXT announcer interviews team doctor regarding QB's injury, QB carried into locker room, play continues; NX EXT BYU qb sacked, then makes 1st down, fan in clown make-up & santa hat waves to camera; NX EXT new BYU QB makes a few good plays, cheerleader, Michigan band waves & cheers, 1st quarter ends w/no score, aerial stadium; NX EXT raw feed of time out, injured QB practices, 2nd quarter commences, T/H announcer gives update on injured QB; NX EXT injured QB practices, cu knee, more play, cu team dr. works on injured knee, still no score @ timeout; COMMERCIALS: vintage ads for Hitachi CD player, Old Milwaukee beer;
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