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Wednesday, March 7, 2001
Updated: March 8, 11:10 PM ET
ESPN Classic travels to Houston


Classic Houston

ESPN Classic's "Road Show" will travel to Houston Sunday, where from 1-3 p.m. co-hosts Charley Steiner and Warren Moon will be joined live by Earl Campbell, Cynthia Cooper, Clyde Drexler, Elvin Hayes, Dan Pastorini, Bum Phillips, Mike Scott, Kenny Smith, Laura Wilkinson and Jimmy Wynn as they look back at some of the most memorable moments Houston sports history. Surrounding the "Road Show," ESPN Classic will feature classic Houston programming.
Fireworks explode in the Astrodome as the Chicago Cubs, left, and Houston Astros lined up before the start of the last season opener to be played in the Astrodome, April 6, 1999, in Houston.

Houston Road Show Schedule
All times Eastern
Noon -1979 Oilers Yearbook
12:30 p.m. -1991 Oilers Yearbook
1 p.m. - Road Show - Live from Houston
3 p.m. - Oilers at Patriots (11/12/78)
3:30 p.m. - Vintage NBA: Calvin Murphy
4:30 p.m. - Up Close Classics: Nolan Ryan
5 p.m. - Giants vs. Astros (9/25/86)

Houston Franchises - By the numbers
Team League First Houston Season Overall Record in Houston Division Titles Playoff Record in Houston League Titles Other Titles AKA
Astros MLB 1962 3052-3138 6 8-19 0 0 Colt .45s
Oilers NFL 1960 251-291 8 9-13 0 2 (AFL) Tenn. Titans
Rockets NBA 1971-72 1244-1162 4 98-95 2 0 San Diego Rockets

Classic Players/Moments
Houston: Seven super moments
ESPN.com looks back at some of the most memorable moments in Houston's sports history.

Houston: Where are they now?
ESPN.com catches up with legendary Oilers and Longhorns running back Earl Campbell.

Houston: Where are they now?
ESPN.com catches up with former Astros ace Mike Scott.

Features
King Carl had long, golden reign
Legendary track star Carl Lewis, winner of nine Olympic gold medals, ran track for the University of Houston.

Blanda kept playing
George Blanda, who played pro football until he was 48, led the Oilers to the 1960 AFL title.

Howe brought hockey to Houston
Gordie Howe led the Houston Aeros to WHA championships in 1974 and 1975.