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STORY OF NO. 15'S 103-YARD RUN AND OHIO STATE'S NEW BID FOR POWER
January 17, 1966 | Tex Maule
Everyone knew that the Baltimore Colts' emergency quarterback, Tom Matte, was not a passer, but in the Playoff Bowl he threw long and he threw short and led the Colts to a remarkably one-sided victory
September 12, 1966
On a hot, muggy night in late July, a little early for football, 31,000 Baltimore Colt fans paid to watch a football scrimmage. Surprising? Not in Baltimore, where out-of-season Colts are as fascinating to the public...
October 23, 1967 | Tex Maule
There was little to choose between the Colts and the Rams as they traded scores in the first big interdivisional game of the year, but Baltimore—even minus seven starters—was a little bit more equal
January 06, 1969 | Tex Maule
By flattening pro football's best runner and operating their own impeccable offense with ease, the Colts won the NFL championship, whitewashing Cleveland 34-0.