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September 09, 2010 | John Underwood
A HUMBLE AND UNHERALDED WISCONSIN NATIVE, QUARTERBACK RON VANDER KELEN MADE HIS NAME—AND GOT THE NFL'S ATTENTION—WITH AN ELECTRIFYING ROSE BOWL PERFORMANCE. THEN HE AND SOME FELLOW COLLEGIANS WENT OUT AND CONQUERED...
September 01, 1975 | Tex Maule
Hanging up his typewriter after 26 years in and around the NFL, the author recollects the best game, the best plays and the best players
December 13, 1971 | Tex Maule
Now it's a pro quarterback, of all things. Detroit's Greg Landry runs so well he has the entire NFL dropping back to contemplate the options
September 20, 1971
The 49ers have the passing, the running and the schedule. First. The Rams have lost nine starters but they've gained a coach. Second. The Falcons have health. Third. The Saints have Archie Manning. He will have trouble
September 13, 1965
The young pros have taken over: this is the novelty of 1965 in a game where calluses have always counted for more than college press clippings. Only a sturdy few remain of the players, coaches and owners who launched...