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SATURDAY'S TOUGH ONES
Mervin Hyman
November 27, 1961
Penn state over Pitt. The Nittany Lions still have bowl hopes. A solider defense will get them past Pitt and, with luck, a trip to a place in the sun.
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November 27, 1961

Saturday's Tough Ones

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Penn state over Pitt. The Nittany Lions still have bowl hopes. A solider defense will get them past Pitt and, with luck, a trip to a place in the sun.

Harvard over Yale. The Harvards, yearning for a share of the Ivy League title, are strong defensively and with a modest offense will be too much for the Elis.

Northwestern over Miami.* But the Wildcats will have to find a way to hold Miami's squirmy George Mira.

Auburn over Florida. A clawing match between the Tigers and the Gators. Auburn's firmer line will make the difference.

Notre Dame over Iowa. Frank Budka has given the Irish the passing they needed. That's enough to beat the Hawkeyes.

Ohio State over Michigan. Woody Hayes has his heart set on an unbeaten season. Bob Ferguson and Bob Klein will find the holes in the Michigan defense.

Minnesota over Wisconsin. Ron Miller's passing and Pat Richter's catches may bother the Gophers, but not enough to keep them from the Big Ten title.

Oklahoma over Nebraska. The Sooners are on the way back. If they can't overpower the Huskers, they can outsmart them.

Kansas over Missouri. The Jayhawkers are flying high again. John Hadl and Curt McClinton will be too much for the ailing Tigers.

UCLA over USC. The stakes—the Big Five title and the Rose Bowl—are big. But the Bruins have the better runners.

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