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Greatest Moment

Nov. 24, 2003
Nov. 24, 2003

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Nov. 24, 2003

College Basketball Preview 2003-04

Greatest Moment

Compiled by Bill Syken

Third and two feet. Fourth and six inches. Twice Penn State ran
the ball up the middle, and twice the Alabama defense stopped the
Nittany Lions short of the end zone in a thrilling fourth-quarter
goal line stand that preserved the Crimson Tide's 14-7 win in the
1979 Sugar Bowl and gave legendary coach Bear Bryant his fifth of
six national championships.

This is an article from the Nov. 24, 2003 issue Original Layout

COLOR PHOTO: WALTER IOOSS JR. (KRAUSS) BY THWARTING PENN STATE AT THE GOAL LINE, BARRY KRAUSS (77)HELPED LIFT BRYANT TO TITLE NUMBER 5.COLOR PHOTO: HEINZ KLUETMEIER (BRYANT) [See caption above]