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January 17, 1972
Two teams with desire, Dallas and Miami, meet (appropriately) in New Orleans in Super Bowl VI. Tex Maule, a man who knows an intangible when he sees one, will report.
November 01, 1971
Big boo, big bubba and the Human Bowling Ball are three of the 40 reasons why the Colts have been so successful. A look at the Super Bowl champions by Tex Maule.
October 25, 1971
A stampede of startling backs is making the season miserable for college football defenses. Dan Jenkins describes the best and tells which ones are likely to become top pros.
October 11, 1971
BROWN'S BENGALSSirs:I appreciated your story on the Cincinnati Bengals and Paul Brown (No One's Holding These Tigers, Sept. 27). This may not be a Super Bowl year for the Bengals but, certainly, that will come in time.
September 13, 1971
Pro Football, with its cast of 1,040, is bigger and better than ever, says Tex Maule, who vows the same applies to his annual positive prognostications. Following Tex comes a dozen pages of scouting reports; a...