First Person
Reminiscence
College Football '82
This Year You're Going To See Red
A quietly passed NCAA rule that allowed freshmen to be redshirted in 1978 means 1982 should be a vintage year for upsets
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.
This Time He Wasn't Joking
Beano Cook, who's worth a laugh a minute on network row, seriously lobbied CBS higher-ups to go after college football. Result: ABC shares coverage and Beano's on ABC
Surprise Marriage Of The Year: Joe Kapp And Cal
The Golden Bears' rookie head coach has been a brawler and a litigious sort, and he had never coached at any level, but his mastery of the game as a Viking and his love of Cal, which he had taken to a Rose Bowl in 1959, made him an astute choice
Scouting Reports
1 PITTSBURGH
The Panther schedule means they'll have to win the title the old-fashioned way: They'll have to earn it
2 WASHINGTON
This team is so loaded with pluses that even its coach can't think of anything bad to say
3 GEORGIA
It is not running down Walker to say that he's far from being the Bulldogs' only star
5 NEBRASKA
The season will pop into place for the Cornhuskers if Quarterback Gill regains sophomore form
6 CLEMSON
The Tigers will disabuse one and all of lingering notions that their national title was a fluke
7 ARIZONA STATE
The Sun Devils may have lost a lot on offense, but they make up for it with a defense that's hellacious
8 MICHIGAN
Having paid the price for last season's overconfidence, the Wolverines are meeker—but not milder
9 PENN STATE
After scouring basketball courts, Coach Joe Paterno has high hopes, but the shorts at guard and center
11 ALABAMA
After 1981's turmoil, the Bear intends to get back to the business of turning out championship teams
12 ARKANSAS
There's talent, to be sure, but is it enough to give the Razorbacks an edge in the Southwest Conference?
13 MIAMI
Schnellenberger, a sloganeer par excellence, says this is the year for his Hurricanes to "Go for It"
15 TEXAS A&M
The Aggies have bought the coach they wanted; now it's time to get a return on their investment
16 NOTRE DAME
The Irish were 5-6 in Gerry Faust's first year, so there's no place to go but up, and that's where they're headed
17 SOUTHERN CAL
The Trojans are ineligible for a bowl game, which could make things rough for regular-season rivals
18 FLORIDA
The Gators would like to snap up their first SEC title, but they play a schedule that could eat them alive
19 BRIGHAM YOUNG
If any team can sustain the loss of a passer like Jim McMahon without missing a beat, it's the Cougars
20 TEXAS
There are too many new faces to satisfy the longing for a national title that pervades Longhorn country
College Football' 82
College Football
Pro Football '82
THE SACKERS
Rules changes have made getting to the quarterback more difficult and put a premium on pass rushers like the New York Jets' front four
THERE ARE NO HOLES AT THE TOP
The Dallas Cowboy Organization is the NFL's best because of the four men who have ruled over it since the team's inception in 1960: Coach Tom Landry, General Manager Tex Schramm, director of personnel Gil Brandt and owner Clint Murchison
DALLAS CAN HAVE 'EM
The Cowboys may be hot stuff in Big D, but in the rest of the country America's Team seems to have attracted a multitude of haters turned off by its attitude, image and success
NOT AS SIMPLE AS ABC
Baseball playoffs in Kansas City. Yom Kippur in Miami. Conventions in Chicago. Those are just a few of the factors the NFL must consider in making up its 224-game television schedule
THE DOGGONE BEST
San Diego's Kellen Winslow (left) and San Francisco's Dwight Clark, the NFL's top two receivers in 1980 and '81, proved they are a breed apart during last season's playoffs
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