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January 10, 1955
For five hours on New Year's Day, tens of millions of Americans spun their TV dials and saw enough football to qualify them as amateur experts. To offer the professional expert's view, SI sent Coach Red Sanders of...
The Question: As captain in a Rose Bowl game, do you believe that the Ivy League decision to ban spring football practice and po
January 03, 1955 | Jimmy Jemail
BUZZ ANDREWS, Brown University, first Rose Bowl game, 1916"I don't like the ban on spring practice. This conditioning period helps cut down injuries in the fall. But I do favor de-emphasis in the Ivy League. A ban on...
December 27, 1954 | Martin Kane
A special preview of the Rose, Sugar, Cotton and Orange Bowls—complete with scouting reports—points to carnival atmosphere and overflow scenes as well as rousing football on New Year's Day
December 06, 1954
GIRLS IN THE ROSE BOWL Set for the Rose Bowl at Pasadena on New Year's Day are football teams from Southern California and Ohio State. Also heading for the Bowl are two other squads, admittedly not as good at...
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