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September 21, 1970 | Dan Jenkins
Quarterback Jim Plunkett and other nervy Stanford Indians did some pork-pricing in Arkansas and discovered they could afford a feast—although the dessert almost turned sour
October 19, 1970 | Art Rosenbaum
On a madcap day out West the Jim Plunkett Indians declined to lose to favored Southern California, and the UCLA Bruins failed to defeat underdog Oregon. That means Stanford should go to the Rose Bowl—maybe
October 26, 1970 | William F. Reed
THE BACK: Stanford's Jim Plunkett accounted for 275 yards in a 63-16 win over Washington State to break the national collegiate career total-offense record. He now has 6,630 yards, with at least five games left to play.
November 02, 1970 | Dan Jenkins
They slung, did Jim Plunkett of Stanford and Dennis Dummit of UCLA, but the defenses swung even better. As a result, three Indian field goals featured a 9-7 ball game that left undecided all kinds of trophies, bowls...
November 16, 1970 | Sandy Treadwell