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But How 'Bout Them Lions?
Penn State's defeat of Georgia ended a long quest for a national title
The End of the Run
With a resounding 34-13 Sugar Bowl victory, Alabama put a stop to Miami's 29-game winning streak and won its first national title since 1979
Coach Bowden Wyatt finished his rebuilding job at Tennessee by the start of his second year, and now his unbeaten Volunteers are off to the Sugar Bowl.
Big, fast LSU faces big, not-so-fast Clemson and the race, despite the parable of the tortoise and the hare, should go to the swift.
Eddie Erdelatz earned his place among today's most gifted coaches by beating Earl Blaik's Army team in four of the five years he has been at the Navy's helm.
The nation's top team, Alabama, unbeaten, untied and, in its last five games, unscored on, faces twice-beaten Arkansas in New Orleans.
MISSISSIPPI Coach Johnny Vaught arrived at Mississippi in 1947 and forthwith converted the Rebels into a perennial Southeastern Conference contender.
Without a Doubt
After a thundering Orange Bowl victory, a young USC team has back-to-back national titles, 22 straight wins and the makings of a dynasty
WHY, OH WHY, DID PAT STAND PAT?
Auburn coach Pat Dye meekly settled for a tie against Syracuse, and the only loser was the Sugar Bowl.
He's A Real Pittsburgh Guy
Don't even bother trying because you can't take the Steel City out of Pitt Quarterback Danny Marino, a hometown hero who has designs on the Heisman Trophy and a national championship for the No. 1-ranked Panthers.