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December 04, 1967 | Tom C. Brody
For a basketball player, there really is no season. All it takes is the availability of a ball and a basket. For the addicted, the urge to put that ball in that basket is irresistible. By NCAA legislation, however,...
November 27, 1967
College basketball's annual special issue presents the case for raising the baskets to 12 feet, the subject that engrosses the attention of an increasing number of coaches each year. We pay tribute to one of the...
October 16, 1967
•Ray Perkins, Baltimore Colt rookie, on his operation for a severe skull injury: "It's just like a knee injury—except I had it in the head."
April 03, 1967 | Gary Ronberg
Led by a gangle-armed farmer who hates to diet, Michigan State overcame a long and inglorious tradition of losing to give a fresh new look to a sport that for years has been dominated by the same three schools
April 05, 1965 | Mark Kram
It does not happen often, so when Oklahoma State's mighty wrestlers fell in the Nationals the crowd was almost too stunned to cheer. With a doughty display of self-torture, Iowa State won on the very last round