July 06, 1964A High Kind Of Low LifeBy Dan JenkinsThe ebullient man at left setting all those celebrities at ease is George Low, an ever-present but still mysterious figure on the pro golf tour who has conquered two of life's sterner challenges -- how to survive lavishly without working and how to putt.
November 02, 1964Wake Up The Echoes!By Dan JenkinsAfter a dormant decade, undefeated Notre Dame is once again a national power, thanks to a new coach, a very un-Irish quarterback, a defense with a cheering section of its own and that old, old spirit.
August 16, 1965The Glory Game at Goat HillsBy Dan JenkinsGoat Hills is gone now. It was swallowed up almost four years ago by the bulldozers of progress, and in the end it was nice to learn that something could take a divot out of those hard fairways.
November 28, 1966An Upside-down GameBy Dan JenkinsCollege football awaited an epic that was supposed to decide the national championship. But it all fell apart when Michigan State faltered after a fast start, and Notre Dame took the easy way out.
November 27, 1967All The Way With O.J.By Dan JenkinsThe game of the year, and very likely the national championship, went to USC when its peerless but sore-footed runner finally outshone UCLA's matchless quarterback and his aching ribs.
December 06, 1971Nebraska Rides HighBy Dan JenkinsUnbeaten and No. 1, the Cornhuskers rallied for a dramatic victory over unbeaten and No. 2 Oklahoma in that publicized confrontation. Now they face an Orange Bowl battle with unbeaten Alabama.
December 02, 1974What The Raiders Have Is GeniusBy Dan JenkinsBig Boss Al Davis is one, they say, and Davis says Coach John Madden is. So all the players need be is good.
July 18, 1977A Braw Brawl For Tom And JackBy Dan JenkinsIt was the best two rounds of golf ever played, Watson and Nicklaus battling head to head in the British Open until youth overtook age on the next to last hole.
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