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September 17, 1984 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Jim Dickey, Kansas State football coach, asked about his 3-8 team's problem in 1983: "The alumni say it was me."
September 01, 1983
Vanderbilt and Kansas State went bowling while Notre Dame stayed home; Herschel Walker took the money and ran after vowing he wouldn't; Cal beat the band—and Stanford—with the whackiest kickoff return in history...
February 21, 1983 | Roger Jackson
BARRY STEVENS: The sophomore forward scored 57 points, hitting 21 of 39 shots from the floor and 15 of 17 from the line, and had 17 rebounds for Iowa State in wins over Missouri and Kansas State.
November 29, 1982 | Roger Jackson
1. SOUTHERN CAL2. TENNESSEE3. LOUISIANA TECH4. OLD DOMINION5. GEORGIA6. MARYLAND7. LONG BEACH STATE8. TEXAS9. CHEYNEY STATE10. KANSAS STATE
October 20, 1980 | Herm Weiskopf
OFFENSE: Freeman McNeil, a 5'11", 225-pound senior tailback for UCLA, gained only 28 yards in nine first-half rushes but added 220 more yards and four TDs on 20 carries in the second half to help beat Stanford 35-21.