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September 13, 1965
The college season begins. In the 10th annual football issue SPORTS ILLUSTRATED selects the 11 best elevens plus nine others that could make it to the top. Dan Jenkins writes about the year of the return to two-platoon football and the rise of the new In language, wherein passers throw a streak and blow it across the alumni stripe. There are action photographs in color of the year's outstanding backs and, in a controversial article, John Underwood extols college football and derides the pros' inferior brand of play. As always, there will be news and views of the week's big sports events and a full complement of features.
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September 13, 1965

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The college season begins. In the 10th annual football issue SPORTS ILLUSTRATED selects the 11 best elevens plus nine others that could make it to the top. Dan Jenkins writes about the year of the return to two-platoon football and the rise of the new In language, wherein passers throw a streak and blow it across the alumni stripe. There are action photographs in color of the year's outstanding backs and, in a controversial article, John Underwood extols college football and derides the pros' inferior brand of play. As always, there will be news and views of the week's big sports events and a full complement of features.

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