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THIS DAY IN SPORTS HISTORY: 11/24

1927 – The “Golden Egg Trophy” is presented for the first time in the Egg Bowl rivalry between Mississippi and Mississippi State, then known as Mississippi A&M. Ole Miss wins it 20-12.

1960 – Philadelphia Warriors center Wilt Chamberlain sets an NBA record by hauling in 55 rebounds in a loss to the Celtics.

1964 – Notre Dame QB John Huarte wins the Heisman Trophy.

1989 – Bishop Noll wins the Class 3A football state championship, beating Roncalli 20-14.

 

2000 – TCU running back LaDainian Tomlinson totals 2,158 rushing yards on the season, the fourth highest total in NCAA football history.

2001 – The Valparaiso Vikings football team finishes as state runner-up, falling to Ben Davis in the state championship 35-16.

 

2010 – Mark Recchi of the Boston Bruins becomes the 13th player in NHL history to record 1,500 career points.

2011 – John Harbaugh’s Baltimore Ravens beat Jim Harbaugh’s San Francisco 49ers in the first game to feature two brothers as the head coaches.

2015 – The Golden State Warriors set the NBA record for best start in NBA history, opening the season 16-0.

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