Sport: Super Bowl Bound

Only two years ago the Miami Dolphins were drawing more laughs than their trained counterparts at the local Seaquarium. Winners of only 15 of 56 games in their first four seasons, the team needed help fast. In desperation, the normally tightfisted Dolphin owner, Joe Robbie, stole away-Coach Don Shula from the Baltimore Colts by offering him a $75,000 yearly salary and part ownership of the team. When Shula arrived in Miami in July to open training camp, Robbie was asked if he would give his new coach enough time to produce a winner. "Sure,"...

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