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50 years later, TV hoops legacy of Eddie Einhorn and UCLA-Houston looms large

Considering all that transpired in 1968, what occurred 50 years ago Saturday may represent the most benign sort of upheaval. But there’s no denying it too changed the world. Everything that major college basketball would become began Jan. 20, 1968, when UCLA met Houston at the Astrodome before an unprecedented crowd of 52,693 and a national television audience. (Chicago Tribune)


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