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The poison ivy in the Ivy League
His methods and their manners may be anathema to the button-down-collar crowd, but Cornell's Ned Harkness and the players he lures from Canada's backwoods have made Ithaca a capital of college hockey
AN ANIMAL INTENSITY CAVALIERS GUARD BOBBY PHILLS IS THAT RAREST OF BREEDS: A DEMON ON D WHO CAN ALSO NAIL THE THREE
father, Bobby Sr., the dean of agriculture and home economics at. Southern University in Baton Rouge, where Phills was a four-year star.
A Breed Apart
He was an intern for the United States Department of Agriculture in Washington. The gig came about last summer when Pittsburgh native Tom ...
Grappling with the Family Farm
For the Schiefelbeins of Minnesota and their nine sons, wrestling and agriculture go together
Seeking a Life After College Football
Lacking a degree or an NFL roster spot, an ex--Missouri star tries to find his way
The Dixie Cup
When Ole Miss faces Mississippi State, there is far more at stake than mere gridiron supremacy
What is your favorite childhood memory of the World Series? Kirk Gibson hitting the home run off Dennis Eckersley [to win Game 1 in 1988].
The Toughest Coach There Ever Was
The college had been chartered in 1927, a step up from a county agricultural school. However, in 1953 Bull Cyclone departed Scooba, taking ...
The nation's best high school ballplayer is a slick shortstop with a big bat.