The legendary horse won the first two legs of the triple crown by a combined 5 lengths, but the Belmont was a blowout. Sham, the horse who finished second in the first two legs of the triple crown, tired too early and finished in last place.
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49ers 55, Broncos 10
The game featured Hall of Fame quarterbacks Joe Montana and John Elway, but John Elway would have a tough road to get his first championship. Montana cruised to his fourth Super Bowl title and third Super Bowl MVP award.
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George Foreman TKO George Frazier
This second-round TKO was accompanied by arguably the most famous call in boxing history. "Down goes Frazier!"
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Bears 46, Patriots 10
The Bears' 46 defense held the Patriots to a mere 123 total yards from scrimmage and had them in negative offensive yardage at the end of the first half.
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Tiger Woods wins U.S. Open by 15 shots
At the 100th anniversary of the American major, Woods won in a historic rout at Pebble Beach.
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Texas Rangers 30, Baltimore Orioles 3
Thirty runs is the record for most by a single team in an American League game. Ramon Vazquez and Jarrod Saltalamacchia each had seven RBI for the Rangers.
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U.S. 117, Croatia 85
This was the score of the gold medal game as the original Dream Team coasted through the 1992 Summer Olympics with an average margin of victory of 44 points.
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UNLV 103, Duke 73
In the most lopsided NCAA title game ever, Jerry Tarkanian and the Running Rebels defeated Mike Krzyzewski's Duke squad by 30 points.
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Mike Tyson KO's Michael Spinks
Spinks had never been knocked to the canvas in his career, but it only took Tyson a minute and a half to separate Spinks from his senses.
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Georgia 41, Hawaii 10
The 12-0 Rainbow Warriors were annihilated by Matthew Stafford, Knowshon Moreno and company.
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Anderson Silva round 1 KO of Forrest Griffin
Silva is known as a defensive fighter with unbelievable counters. Griffin wasn't afraid to run right into Silva, but he probably should have been. The Brazilian dropped Griffin twice before knocking him out at 3:23 of the first round.
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Bears 73, Redskins 0
Referees asked Bears' coach George Halas to run or pass for the PAT on the team's last two touchdowns because too many balls had been kicked into the stands.
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