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January 13, 1969
Sim Byrd led Troy (Ala.) State to a 43-35 win over Texas A&I for the NAIA championship, by passing for 324 yards and five TDs. In two playoffs Byrd passed for 527 yards and 11 TDs; in the regular season he completed...
July 21, 1958
BOATING—VIM, only oldtimer in the bunch, was even perkier and friskier than her spanking new rivals as America's Cup trials began at Newport, R.I. Sailing briskly over 21-mile windward-leeward course, Vim made good...
October 08, 1956
North of the border, the Canadian professional football season is nearly three-quarters over, with the same two teams which met for the Grey Cup in 1955 again leading their respective divisions. Montreal's Alouettes,...
October 20, 1986 | Jill Lieber
What is the most dangerous place on a football field? This season it seems to be the line of scrimmage, thanks to one of the most vicious practices in the game: chop blocking.
June 23, 1975
Bobby Harrison, a lefthander for Kempsville High (Virginia Beach, Va.), shut out seven of the 10 teams he started against and gave up only one earned run while compiling an 11-0 mark. Bobby also hit seven homers, had...