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In this episode
Jun. 26, 1992 – From left: Mark Malone, Dale Hansen and Troy Aikman can be seen in this party set photo.
(WILLIAM SNYDER – The Dallas Morning News)
Sports casting legend Dale Hansen has spent nearly four decades in business, most of it in Dallas. Retiring on September 2nd, he has sat down to share the stories of his amazing career, including the Dallas sports character he disliked and almost got too close to. That, and Dale says he broke the story that broke SMU football.
An advertisement for Dale Hansen when he was a sports presenter on KDFW-TV Ch. 4, now called Fox 4. Date unknown.(Courtesy Photo – Digital File)
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