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November 15, 1954 | Duane Decker
...for an opponent to score against the Arizona Wildcats in their home games at Tucson. The penalty is more than mere yardage. The offending team can be fined $300 or locked up in the city jail for three months.
November 29, 1954 | Herman Hickman
The Trojans fought like Trojans, blunted the Bruin attack and held the score close for a good while. But the issue was seldom in doubt
September 26, 1955 | James Murray
UCLA Tailback Ronnie Knox, billed as the hottest thing in football by his hustling stepfather, looked the part as the Bruins defeated Texas A&M 21-0
October 31, 1955 | Herman Hickman
•Notre Dame vs. Navy: This one captures the imagination. Not since 1945 have the Middies beaten the Irish. It is hard to go against the irrepressible Welsh and Co. but here goes...NOTRE DAME.
November 28, 1955 | James Murray
As 95,000 looked on in sparkling California weather and millions more watched on television, Sam Brown and his UCLA teammates raced past an old cross-town rival, Southern California, and right on into the Rose Bowl