Phi Slamma Jamma 30 for 30

Go find this on ESPN or Netflix (if it’s on there yet). For any of us who remember the early 80’s, there was nothing quite like Phi Slamma Jamma. This documentary does a phenomenal job walking us back through time to remember what was arguably the most talented college basketball roster ever (apologies to maybe a couple Duke or UNLV teams). Dave Rose appears on camera for several parts of their interview with him, and there is some fun old footage and still shots of him. He and Lyndon Rose, father of current BYU player LJ Rose, were the co-captains (or should I say Fraternity Presidents?) of that team. Of course I live in Oregon and Clyde the Glide will forever be my favorite player, but I think you will all enjoy watching this.

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