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Vagas Ferguson, Notre Dame Halfback September 24, 1979
... All-America. Vagas Ferguson did, and without him theFighting Irish might not have won their only nationalchampionship of that period.
John Hannah Doesn't Fiddle Around
At least not on the football field, where, says the author, his brains, brawn and speed have made him the top offensive lineman in NFL history
This time Pepper's not red hot
Notre Dame wrecked Georgia Tech, but at least the Irish did not run it up
Man here feeling the draft
Sifting stats—and tea leaves—intrepid Dr. Z predicts where the blue chips will fall in the NFL's name game next week
On A Wing And A Prayer
Now this message for America's most famous athletes: Someday you may be invited to fly in the backseat of one of your country's most powerful ...
Father Knew Best
With her galvanizing win at the U.S. Open, Serena Williams proved Dad right—he predicted that she, not older sister Venus, would be the better player—but may have created family tension
A Running Debate
John Underwood, our resident champion of college football, says the pros' low-yield running game represents the worst waste of talent in sport. Bullfeathers, says NFL advocate Paul Zimmerman, firing verbal blasts at Underwood's hallowed ground game.
AFC EAST '83
Halfback Vagas Ferguson is demoted to the jayvees. The quarterback soap opera finds Steve Grogan starting, Matt Cavanaugh traded to the 49ers and No.
A day without legendry
South Bend was primed for a golden moment, but Michigan was not in awe of tradition; now Notre Dame is 0-2
BEST OF THE REST
The offense, without Halfback Vagas Ferguson and Quarterback Rusty Lisch, will depend on the arm of whoever wins the job—there are five ...