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May 08, 1978 | Edited by Walter Bingham
•Archie Griffin, on his old Ohio State coach, Woody Hayes: "He doesn't know anything about drugs. He still thinks uppers are dentures."
September 19, 1977
This is the meanest, keenest, roughest, toughest division in the league. Anything can happen? Yes, the Cincinnati Bengals—after three years of frustration at the hands of the Pittsburgh Steelers—will win the division...
September 13, 1976
Archie Griffin does not stand out in a crowd. In fact, the 5'7½" Griffin is often hidden by the kids besieging him for autographs. But Cincinnati has big plans for the little man; the Bengals expect Griffin to fill...
January 12, 1976 | Joe Jares
There was little indication during the early part of the Rose Bowl that Oklahoma would have the remotest shot at the national championship. By half-time Ohio State led UCLA only 3-0, but it seemed like 33-0. The...
December 01, 1975 | John Underwood