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Posted on: Saturday, November 14, 2009

On this date: 1992 Marshall Faulk rushes for 300 yards, four TDs vs. Hawaii


Associated Press

Nov. 14

1943 Sid Luckman of the Chicago Bears becomes the first pro to pass for more than 400 yards as he throws for 433 and seven touchdowns in a 56-7 victory over the New York Giants.

1964 Gus Johnson and Walt Bellamy become the first NBA teammates to score 40 points apiece as the Baltimore Bullets beat the Los Angeles Lakers 127-115. Johnson has 41 points, Bellamy 40.

1965 Gary Cuozzo, subbing for the injured Johnny Unitas, throws five touchdown passes to lead the Baltimore Colts to a 41-21 victory over the Minnesota Vikings.

1966 Muhammad Ali knocks out Cleveland Williams in the third round to retain the world heavyweight title in Houston.

1970 Forty-three members of the Marshall football team die when their chartered plane crashes in Kenova, W.Va.

1992 Marshall Faulk darts out of a monthlong slump with 300 yards and four touchdowns as San Diego State beats Hawaii 52-28.

1993 Don Shula breaks George Halas' career record for victories with No. 325 as the Miami Dolphins defeat Philadelphia 19-14. Shula's record: 325-153-6 in 31 seasons with Baltimore and Miami; Halas, 324-151-31 in 40 seasons with Chicago.

1998 Texas Tech's Ricky Williams outrushes Texas' Ricky Williams 148-141 in the Red Raiders' 42-35 victory over the No. 18 Longhorns. Texas' Williams becomes the second player in Division I-A history to break the 6,000-yard mark.

2004 Peyton Manning shreds Houston for 320 yards and five touchdowns, tying an NFL record with his third game this season with five TD passes. The Vikings' Daunte Culpepper set the record earlier this season.

2004 Chicago's win over Tennessee marks the second time an NFL game ended in overtime on a safety.

2004 John and Ashley Force become the first father-daughter combo in NHRA history to win at the same event in the season finale. John Force races to his 114th Funny Car victory, and his 21-year-old daughter takes the Top Alcohol class at Pomona (Calif.) Raceway.