Marshall posts emotional win on 50th anniversary of horrific plane crash

Among the 75 people on the plane were 37 players on the Marshall football team, eight members of the coaching staff including coach Rick Tolley and several others associated with the team. None survived the crash. Fifty years later to the day, Marshall’s football continued an undefeated season with an emotional win over Middle Tennessee on Saturday. (Yahoo! Sports)


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Marshall posts emotional win on 50th anniversary of horrific plane crash

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