"The Greatest Homecoming" – Muhammad Ali at UA Pine Bluff Homecoming – Arkansas PBS Sports Feature
Homecoming is a time-honored tradition during football season, and University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff — an HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) — ceremonies are always steeped in tradition and excitement!
However, in 1990, UAPB’s homecoming game was made even more thrilling thanks to a special guest of honor: Heavyweight Champion of the World Muhammad Ali. Explore how that year with “The Greatest” left attendees with memories that will last a lifetime in this AR PBS Sports feature.
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