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November 17, 1980 | Philip G. Howlett
Terry Todd, whose story on Houston Oiler Guard Bob Young begins on page 48, says the 285-pound Young reminds him of Vasily Alexeyev, the renowned Soviet weightlifter. "They're similar in structure," Todd explains,...
November 10, 1980
Mighty Bob Young once was just a journeyman guard, but thanks to the wonders of weightlifting, he became a first-time All-Pro at the age of 36 and, at 6'1" and 285 pounds, the most massively proportioned player in...
November 26, 1979 | Edited by Gay Flood
SEEING REDSir:I have just finished reading your article on college football's battle for No. 1 (There's a Red Alert, Nov. 12). Douglas S. Looney states that "USC can only hope and wait. Even winning the Pac-10, going...
August 20, 1979 | Edited by Gay Flood
ENERGY VS. THE ENVIRONMENT (CONT.)Sir:"The Rockies May Crumble..." (SCORECARD, July 30) is a catchy appraisal of President Carter's synthetic-fuels program, but I suggest that it exaggerates the environmental risks...
July 30, 1979
Pride and poise may be the corporate slogan of the Oakland Raiders, but Kenny Stabler's bitter denouncement of team and teammates has new Coach Tom Flores wondering where he can find some of those old ingredients....