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November 24, 1969 | Robert F. Jones
Despite Joe Namath's insulated mittens, the Jets were cold, and the Chiefs, with razzle by tiny Warren McVea and dazzle by Len Dawson and Otis Taylor, his favorite receiver, won 34-16
July 08, 1968 | Jack Olsen
November 13, 1967 | Mervin Hyman
THE BACK: Houston Fullback Paul Gipson, taking up the slack when Georgia stopped Warren McVea, carried 29 times for 229 yards, scored on a 25-yard run and made a two-point conversion that won for the Cougars 15-14.
October 30, 1967
BROKEN FIELDSirs:The first two paragraphs of Dan Jenkins' article on Warren McVea and other Negro backs (You've Got to Have Some "O," Oct. 16) suggest to me that some colleges might operate under the policy that the...
October 16, 1967 | Dan Jenkins