Elroy "Crazylegs" Hirsch, one of football's most spectacular stars in the late '40s and early '50s. Hirsch earned a place in the Football Hall of Fame for his role popularizing the "bomb"---the long touchdown pass that brought a new element of excitement to the game of football.
Lenny Moore, one of the most feared running-receiving threats in NFL history. The first-round pick of the Colts in 1956, Moore retired 11 seasons later as Baltimore's all-time touchdown and yardage leader.
Jesse Owens, hero of the 1936 Olympics at Berlin. Called "the perfect natural athlete," Owens gained worldwide recognition by capturing gold medals in four events: the 100 and 200-meter dashes, long jump and 400-meter relay. Paul Hornung is the host.
Dick Weber, a charter member of pro bowling's Hall of Fame. Dominating the pro tour in the 1960s, Weber won 25 tournaments and more than $400,000, records that stood until 1976. Reggie Jackson is the host.
Trainer Frank Whiteley and jockey Jacinto Vasquez discuss the career of Ruffian. Winner of her first 10 races, Ruffian was destroyed after breaking a leg during a match race with Foolish Pleasure in 1975. George Plimpton is the host.
Alan Page, former defensive lineman for the Minnesota Vikings. In 1971, Page became the first defensive player to be named the league's MVP and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1988. Host: Reggie Jackson.