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NATE THURMOND
Former Golden State Warrior
Basketball Hall of Fame  
Appeared at theJune 2015 Serramonte
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BORDIN "MARK" MARSINKUL
Traveling the anime, comic book &
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popular comics, including  
self-published his own comic
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well known for his graphic design
and freelance commission work and
is the founder of Hyper Con,
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illustrating story lines. Bordin is
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JOHN TAYLOR
S.F. 49ER 3X SUPER BOWL CHAMP
Appeared at our January 2016 Serramonte Show
Signing FREE Autographs for many happy fans!
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Former 49er John Taylor reminisces
about Super Bowl catch
By Daniel Browndbrown@mercurynews.com

01/21/2016
(Interviewed prior to Mr. Taylor's appearance
at Serramonte during the January 2016 Sports Card Show)

DALY CITY -- Every once in a while someone from John Taylor's family will sound the alarms. They go looking
for the 49ers receiver whenever his winning catch in Super Bowl XXIII hits the airwaves.  "They always come
in and tell me, 'Your game is on! Your game is on!'  "And I say, 'OK, I've seen it enough times now.' "  Taylor
might be alone on that count, at least around these parts. There are 49ers fans who will never tire of watching
one of the most thrilling finishes in Super Bowl history.  Friday marks the anniversary of his claim to fame: a
10-yard touchdown pass to cap a 20-16 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals.  That was on Jan. 22, 1989, at Joe
Robbie Stadium, as quarterback Joe Montana engineered a 92-yard drive in the final minutes.  Taylor's catch
came with 34 seconds to spare.  "To this day, I never paid any attention to the magnitude or the effect that it
had," Taylor said in a phone interview Thursday. "I always thought to myself: Nobody would have
congratulated me if I'd dropped that pass."  Instead, the New Jersey native has a secure place in football lore
and will be mentioned more than once in advance of Super Bowl 50 at Levi's Stadium on Feb. 7.

Taylor, 53, remembers the play vividly, of course, even without the replays. He recalled Thursday that it was a
scheme coach Bill Walsh implemented specifically for Super Bowl XXIII.  Walsh and the coaching staff noticed
during film study that Cincinnati left the middle of the field vulnerable with one of their red-zone defenses. So
the 49ers devised a play that would send Jerry Rice -- the team's most feared target -- to the left corner, even
further opening up the inside for Taylor.  With everything on the line on Sunday, the Bengals lined up just as
the 49ers had hoped. Taylor knew even before the snap that the 49ers' fate would be in his hands.  
"Everybody at home was figuring it was going to go to Jerry. And that was exactly the way it worked out in
practice," Taylor said. "Everybody was looking for him, and I just snuck through the middle because there was
no linebacker there.  "As soon as I stepped to the left and I saw the free safety turn, that's when I broke back
across his face. And it was too late for him. I knew I had him.”

Taylor returned to the Bay Area Sunday January 24 where he signed free autographs at the Serramonte
Center in Daly City. He appeared from between 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. (For information: www.tbcashows.info)   
He has done a handful of such signings over the years and said fans tend to want to chat about two topics. No.
1 is his Super Bowl catch. No. 2 is the time he had 11 catches for 286 yards against the Los Angeles Rams on
"Monday Night Football."  "I always hear about the Rams game -- especially now. It's a big thing with the Rams
moving back to LA," he said. "Everyone is telling me, 'Hey, man! The Rams are coming back to town!' "

But Taylor was hardly a one-catch or a one-game wonder. During his 49ers career from 1987-95, he twice
topped 1,000 receiving yards and was a dangerous return man who made two Pro Bowls.  Taylor was elected
to the NFL's 1980s All-Decade squad as the second-team return man -- a stunning development, considering
the 49ers didn't want him in that role.  Taylor laughed Thursday as he recalled trotting out to the field to try out
for a spot as a 49ers punt returner. Walsh stopped him cold.  "Bill saw me trying out for punt returns and he
said to me, 'No, no. You can't do it. You're too much of a long strider.' That's what he said to me!  "I said, 'All I'm
asking for is a chance. What do you have to lose?' "  

Walsh gave the third-round pick from Delaware State a shot at returning punts in the Hall of Fame preseason
game against the Kansas City Chiefs in August of 1987. Taylor returned his first punt 49 yards. He returned the
second one 64 yards for a touchdown.  "When I came back after scoring, I walked past Bill -- and I will never
forget this -- I looked at him and said, 'Yeah, you're right. I can't return punts. I take too long of a stride.'  
"And he just smiled at me."

Taylor is based in Southern California these days, but it's more accurate to say he lives on the highways. He
spends his days as a truck driver and for 13 years operated his own trucking business, making coast-to-coast
trips to the East Coast.  He scrapped his business in 2011 and now works for JTC Company making regular
runs hauling produce from Oxnard to Arizona. He spoke Thursday from Yuma, where he was waiting for his rig
to get loaded.  "I've always loved to drive," he said. "I like being out on the road and seeing different things
every day."  In trucking, as in Super Bowls, Taylor knows to finish a drive.

Follow Daniel Brown on Twitter at twitter.com/mercbrownie.
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Dwight Edward Clark (born January 8, 1957 in Kinston, North Carolina) played for the the San Francisco
49ers from 1979 to 1987. He was a member of two Super Bowl Champion teams and is most remembered for "The
Catch" against the Dallas Cowboys.  

NFL Career
Bill Walsh drafted Dwight Clark as the first pick of the 10th round, out of Clemson University in the 1979 NFL draft.
Clark embarked on a stellar career for 49ers in which he had 506 catches for 6750 yards and 48 touchdowns, along
with 50 rushing yards. He led the NFL in receptions (60) during the strike shortened 1982 season, and made the Pro
Bowl twice in 1981 and 1982 in his 9 NFL seasons.

"The Catch"
Clark's most memorable touchdown came in the 1982 NFC Playoffs. On January 10, 1982, against the Dallas Cowboys,
the San Francisco 49ers were trailing 27–21 in the final minute of play to advance to the Super Bowl. Clark leaped and
caught a six-yard pass from quarterback Joe Montana in the back of the end zone to give the 49ers a 28–27 victory.
That play, one of the most famous in the history in the NFL, has been immortalized as "The Catch" practiced as the
"Hail Mary." Clark finished the game with eight receptions for 120 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Retirement and Legacy
After eight successful seasons with San Francisco 49ers, Dwight Clark retired after 1987 NFL season. To honor Clark,
the 49ers retired his number 87. After retirement, he has served as a team executive for both the Cleveland Browns
and the San Francisco 49ers.
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RECENT GUESTS INCLUDED:  

DWIGHT CLARK, S.F. 49er, 2x Super Bowl Champ -- "The Catch"
Appeared January, 2017
JEFFREY "HacMan" LEONARD S.F. Giants 2X All Star
Appeared September, 2016
JOHN TAYLOR, S.F. 945 3X Super Bowl Champ
Appeared January, 2016
NATE THURMOND, Former Golden State Warrior H.O.F.
Appeared June, 2015
DAVE KINGMAN, S. F. Giants & Oakland A's   1971 - 1986
Appeared September, 2014
DWIGHT CLARK, S.F. 49er, 2x Super Bowl Champ -- "The Catch"
Appeared January, 2014
RANDY WINN, S.F. Giants Outfielder 2005 - 2009
Appeared  September, 2013
JIMMY JOHNSON, S.F. 49er 5x Pro Bowl & NFL Hall of Fame Champ
Appeared January, 2013
GUY MCINTYRE, S.F. 49er 3x Super Bowl Champ
Appeared September, 2012
RON WOTUS, S.F. Giants’ 2010 World Series Champions'
Coach & Former Player
Appeared January, 2012
JEFFREY "HACMAN" LEONARD, S.F. Giants' 2X All Star
Appeared September, 2011
JOHN TAYLOR, S.F. 49er 3x Super Bowl Champ
Appeared January, 2011