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September 28, 1970 | Tex Maule
It may not have been instant obsolescence, but for one afternoon Minnesota showed that plain old-fashioned football could blunt Kansas City's newfangled attack
September 21, 1970
The big noise in the Midwest is the clashing of forward gears in the Motor City as Detroit revs up for an anticipated title. Minnesota and Green Bay will be the big roadblocks. Chicago, alas, is just a great big pothole
August 03, 1970
PROPER MEASURESSirs:I have just finished reading the article Funny Ball, Funny Bounces (July 20) and can't help making some remarks about it. First of all, I think that those concerned (SI included) should be barking...
July 27, 1970 | Joe Kapp
That is Joe Kapp's assessment of himself. Quarterbacking, he says, is the natural refuge for the eager player too small to block, too slow to run. Yet no quarterback is better than his line, and here Kapp tells...
July 20, 1970
Speed to burn, baby, is the keynote of drag racing, the onetime outlaw sport that has now grown up to become respectable: a portfolio on the hottest rodders of them all.