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September 13, 1971 | Dan Jenkins
College football is a sport that has nearly always belonged to the head coach, just as saloons have nearly always belonged to the bartender. The reason is simple. Players come and go, moving into the world of higher...
December 07, 1970 | Jack Tobin
But it was: Notre Dame caught erratic Southern Cal on an up week and, despite Joe Theismann's aerial heroics, had a perfect season no longer
September 21, 1970 | Pat Putnam
The 11th game meant only another loss for once-mighty 'Bama, whose Bear Bryant is not fond of losing. Still, there were compensations
September 14, 1970 | Dan Jenkins
College football coaches have always lived with certain nightmares—with intellectual linemen who jumped offside because they couldn't remember exactly what "hut" meant, with fullbacks who flunked Park and Rec, with...