Undefeated 72 Dolphins Try Hand at Big Break


ORLANDO, Fla. ' Members of the 1972 Super Bowl Champion Miami Dolphins ' the only NFL team ever to achieve a perfect season - will reunite on the links net Tuesday as The Big Break All Star Challenge continues its second season on The Golf Channel. The all-new episode will air Tuesday, Aug. 1, at 10:30 p.m. ET.
This edition of The Big Break All Star Challenge will pit Dolphins teammates against each other in a special golf event for charity and bragging rights. Competing will be Hall of Fame guard Larry Little, Earl Morrall (quarterback), Dick Anderson (defensive back), Jim Kiick (running back) and Marv Fleming (tight end). Running back Mercury Morris will serve as co-host alongside Vince Cellini for the episode.
Each participant will compete in a series of golf challenges based on the networks widely popular and successful Big Break reality series - including the viewer-favorite glass breaking challenge and long-drive competition. Based upon individual performance, the participants will receive equivalent cash awards to be donated to charity at the end of the show. The Golden Rule Foundation is the charity beneficiary of this Big Break All Star Challenge.
Filmed in February at Walt Disney Worlds Oak Trail Golf Course in Orlando, Tuesdays Big Break All Star Challenge is a condensed version of the original The Big Break series, but with all the action packed into one hour. Contestants are eliminated throughout the competition, with a final pairing battling it out for the title at the end of the show.
Upcoming All Star Challenges include matches with NCAA basketball coaches, sports broadcasters and a special episode featuring the cast-members of television sit-com Scrubs. Episodes from the second season of The Big Break All Star Challenge air Tuesday nights at 10:30 p.m. ET.
With its sixth season scheduled to debut this fall, The Big Break has been one of The Golf Channels most successful shows in the networks 11-year history. The series features golfers putting it all on the line for a chance to play on some of the worlds top tours, such as the LPGA Tour, Champions Tour, Nationwide Tour, European Tour and Canadian Tour. Thousands of golfers toil endlessly on the mini-tours, chasing their dreams and aiming for a shot to play with the best in the world. The Golf Channel and The Big Break make it possible. Viewers see great golf - strategy, tension, clutch shots and critical mistakes - as contestants take on challenges that reveal the strengths and weaknesses in their games and test their mental toughness.
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