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THE UPSTARTS HIT JUDGMENT DAY
Auburn, Illinois and Baylor had not counted on high station but, powerful in their own conference races, they stayed on top to the finish—almost.
BATTLE FOR A SHOT AT THE BIRDS
It was a runaway one day, a pennant race again the next. When John Roseboro of the Dodgers was greeted by ecstatic teammates after his home run climaxed ...
LAST SUMMER, AUBURN QUARTERBACK Stan White was musing about thedecline of the Tigers since his arrival in 1989. ''We have ...
DuPonts—win and place
America's best grass horse defeated its best all-round horse in the Laurel International, but the prize money mostly stayed in the family
THE IRON MEN
Steadiness is the game of players like Bill Freehan (see cover). Only occasionally are they the stars, but without them the stars could not shine. Their hits sustain ...
November 6, at Auburn Auburn 55 New Mexico State 14 GET OUT OF THE WAY Before they could tackle Georgia and Alabama, the Tigers had to push aside the Aggies
EARLY IN THE THIRD QUARter of Auburn's 55-14 rout of New Mexico State, the public-address announcer at Jordan-Hare Stadium relayed
NFC WEST '83
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS Can a 9-7 record really win the division? Well, I've charted this thing, game by game, and that's the way it comes out.
Internationalism finds most support in California, and at thriving Santa Anita it is often a case of FOREIGNERS FIRST.
CALDWELL OF PRINCETON
When Princeton Coach Charles W. Caldwell Jr. died of cancer last Friday, at the age of 55, college football lost one of its finest figures. In an era of Ts, split-Ts ...