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October 01, 1956 | Herman Hickman
•Stanford vs. Michigan State.Indians bigger and better this year. Spartans likewise. Stanford features passes. MSU's multiple offense combines trickery and power. Peaks and Kowalczyk the difference. MICHIGAN STATE.
October 08, 1956 | Don Parker
Rutgers stretched its scoring streak to 96 straight games but lost to Princeton; Oklahoma, beating North Carolina easily, scored in its 107th game in a row.
October 15, 1956 | Don Parker
The world series might have gripped the East, but football had a half nelson on the Middle West, where 101,001 fans flocked to see Michigan State tame Michigan at Ann Arbor, where 82,881 Ohio State partisans held...
October 22, 1956 | Tex Maule
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October 29, 1956 | Don Parker
It hardly seemed possible, but another college football season had reached the halfway point, and now the ranks of the spotless leaders were growing thin. On a weekend of particularly heavy casualties, Ohio State,...