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January 14, 1974 | John Underwood
The bowls on New Year's weekend served as an example of how exciting the game can be when the offense is wide open and mistakes be damned
September 09, 1974
In South Bend and Norman, in Columbus and Tuscaloosa, as well as on the campuses of all the other gridiron giants, nothing creates so much controversy, outrage and general all-round excitement as the annual battle...
December 22, 1975 | John Underwood
The manipulations of Bear Bryant, along with a premature date for making matchups, explain why some of the traditional games lack their usual glitter while at least one of the newer ones promises to be a fiesta
December 20, 1976 | John Underwood
January 03, 1977
How sweet it is for Tony Dorsett and Pittsburgh if they beat Georgia in the Sugar Bowl. But if things go sour, Rose Bowl rivals USC and Michigan may play for top spot. John Underwood and Joe Jares report.