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SATURDAY'S TOUGH ONES
Mervin Hyman
October 30, 1961
Penn State over California.The Nittany Lions are roaring again. Cal's Randy Gold will have to hustle to keep Bob Mitinger and the other State toughies off his back.
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October 30, 1961

Saturday's Tough Ones

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Penn State over California.
The Nittany Lions are roaring again. Cal's Randy Gold will have to hustle to keep Bob Mitinger and the other State toughies off his back.

LSU over Florida.
Ambitious Gators will seriously test the LSU defense, but the Tigers have a knack of making a little go a long way.

Iowa over Purdue.
Matt Szykowny's passes and a horde of able Hawkeyes will be too much for the diligent but unimaginative Boilermakers.

Michigan over Minnesota.
But not without some difficulty. The head-butting in the line will be fierce as both teams strive to stay in the Big Ten race.

Notre Dame over Northwestern.
There aren't many smiling Irish eyes at South Bend this week, but Northwestern isn't Michigan State, and those good Notre Dame backs will find room to run again.

Missouri over Nebraska.
Although Stubborn enough up front, the Huskers will be too busy chasing Tigers to muster an offense.

Texas over Rice.
Jim Saxton and his swift Longhorn playmates will leave the slower Owls blinking with confusion.

UCLA over Stanford.
The Bruins have an eye on the Rose Bowl. They may be deterred, but not by Stanford.

Washington over Oregon.
Although these aren't the Huskies of 1960, Coach Jim Owens always manages to have a surprise or two ready for would-be marauders.

Wyoming over Utah.

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