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Alabama vs Notre Dame -- The 1975 Orange Bowl

In 1974 Alabama had an opportunity to capture the prize that eluded them the season prior -- the consensus national championship. But, once again, the primary obstacle standing between The Crimson Tide and that lofty goal was Notre Dame.

Review the Rivalry: Notre Dame Fightin' Irish

Tech versus Notre Dame. One of Tech's most storied rivalries is recapped today.

The Definitive Notre Dame Uniform History Pictorial

Does Notre Dame have the greatest uniforms in college football? You can spend hours debating that with Alabama, Penn State, Michigan, Texas, Ohio State, and USC fans, but the Irish certainly have...

A Lack of Big Wins: Was Willingham Better Than Weis?

Did I get your attention with that title? Before I begin, let me insist that I am not truly focusing on the issue of whether Tyrone Willingham was a better coach than Charlie Weis. Rather, the...

The Pac-10 Cannot Expand Without Both Utah and BYU

The Pac-10 has put conference expansion on the table and the West Coast BCS league appears to be focused on luring the Colorado Buffaloes from the Big 12, but Dawg Sports provides three reasons why the BYU Cougars and the Utah Utes are the only options for creating a Pac-12.

UK Football & Basketball: The Fairly Obvious Observations + Landon Slone Edition

A look at four issues regarding the University of Kentucky Wildcats football and basketall teams.

1958: The Fussbudget Arrives (Part Two)

For other seasons, go here. Part One In Part One, Dan Devine took over a team that had experience and talent, but not much experienced talent.  Athletic guys like Danny LaRose and Norris Stevenson...

1958: The Fussbudget Arrives (Part One)

Part one of a lengthy look at the fascinating 1958 Mizzou Football season.

1966: Fourth-Quarter Rallies and Mid-Season Slumps (Part Three)

For other seasons, go here. Part OnePart Two With an offense bogged down by inconsistency, particularly from the quarterback position, Mizzou had ridden a stout defense and fourth-quarter heroics...

1966: Fourth-Quarter Rallies and Mid-Season Slumps (Part One)

Part One of a look at Mizzou's 1966 season, a 6-3-1 affair highlighted by good defense and the emergence of Roger Wehrli.

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