troubleshooting Question

MySQL/Php query only returning one record?

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The code below is returning only ONE record. I want it to return ALL records that meet the query... It should return ALL records whose "team" field equals the value of $tm...

The $tm value is being passed through the url string and grabbed via a GET statement. I echoed the $tm and it is working properly.

------- code

$sql="SELECT * FROM schedules WHERE team LIKE '".$tm."' ORDER BY date";
            $result=mysql_query($sql) or die(mysql_error());
            $count=mysql_num_rows($result);
            
        while($rows=mysql_fetch_array($result)){
                  echo '<tr><td>';
              echo $rows['opp'];
              echo '</td><td>';
                  echo $rows['loc'];
                  echo '</td><td>';
                  echo $rows['date'];
                  echo '</td></tr>';
                  }

Please review and help...
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