Sport: Twinkles in Two Men's Eyes

Miami's coach and quarterback have now won ten straight

When Don Shula was a rookie player in the National Football League, he was the only one who made the Cleveland Browns, a commentary on the quality of competition then and now. His John Carroll University classmate Carl Taseff made the cab squad. "Nice tackle, Taseff," Paul Brown observed at practice one day. "The name is Shula," he replied squarely, like his jaw, like everything about him, in a manner that chilled the veterans. But it actually warmed Brown, who was attracted to the twinkle...

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