I remember this day and couldn't make it down there to see this but it had to be awesome to see in person. Interesting note, even though this isn't THAT long ago seems like the media didn't act like a bunch of jackasses back then.
The 727 would STOP and some had nose-wheel brakes which made it stop even better. Before they blocked off the flaps 40 position, we went into CLT one day, light and with a 25kt headwind and turned off at the "GOLF" taxiway without hard braking.
The video didn't come up the first time but this is a flaps 40 landing. The old joke in the 727 was for landing, with the triple slotted fowler flaps and leading edge slats and krueger flaps, the pilot would call for '50% wing disassembly'. Boeing reportedly said they would never again make a wing as complicated.
With full flaps, the 727 looked like a bird of prey mantling..