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November 19, 1973 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Bob Devaney, Nebraska athletic director: "Johnny Rodgers is not only the greatest athlete I ever coached, he is the greatest athlete I have ever seen. The only thing he could not do real well was drive a car."
October 22, 1973 | Ron Reid
Skeptics felt that Johnny Rodgers was too small for pro ball, but after 11 games with the Montreal Alouettes he is intact and up to all his old tricks as a kick returner, 'receveur éloigné' and a 'demi offensif'
June 04, 1973
BASKETBALL—The SOVIET UNION's women's team virtually clinched the first World Basketball Festival championship, downing Peru 106-40 in Lima.
January 22, 1973 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Larry Brown, Washington Redskin back, on whether he thinks while he runs: "If you think too much, you'll go nowhere. I just try to decrease the situations that are detrimental to my health."
January 08, 1973 | Dan Jenkins
Nebraska looked awesome, Oklahoma won in spite of itself and Texas was heroic, but the national title belongs to the undefeated USC Trojans, who overpowered Ohio State in the Rose Bowl