Two Baylor legends: Frank Fallon and former head football coach Grant Teaff
Baylor basketball color analyst Pat Nunley and Fallon on the night of Fallon's final broadcast in 1995.
Fallon interviews former Baylor basketball star Micheal Williams.
John Morris and Frank Fallon in the broadcast booth of Floyd Casey Stadium.
The banner honoring Frank Fallon as "The Voice of the Baylor Bears" hangs permanently in the Ferrell Center.
Fallon acknowledges an appreciative Ferrell Center crowd, following the unfurling of an honorary banner in 1995. At right is his wife, June.
June and Frank Fallon thank the hundreds of Baylor fans who attended Fallon's retirement dinner at the Ferrell Center.
At right, former Baylor Athletic Director Bill Menefee with Frank Fallon.
Frank Fallon, the venerable "Voice of the Baylor Bears" from 1953-95, died April 30 in Waco at the age of 73. Fallon spent more than 10,000 hours broadcasting Baylor athletic events on the radio and television. He also served two decades as the public address "Voice of the NCAA Final Four." Scores of Baylor students remember the legendary announcer as a patient and nurturing mentor in the nuances of play-by-play broadcasting.
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