Articles

Sport: Super Duel at the Super Bowl

Two great quarterbacks battle to cap their careers Super Bowl XIII will turn on how well two talented but distinctly different men perform under fire. Sports...

Bullet Bob v. Roger the Dodger

If you look at successful Aquarians, you will note that theirs is a new, unique, or progressive approach to whatever they are doing. They are blessed with a...

College Football: Jolly Roger

(See Cover) There he stood, looking like King Hal at Agincourt, a slim figure in gold staring at the enemy over the backs of his crouching linemen. "Haaaay,...

Sport: Gunning for a Title

Miami. Sunday, Jan. 18, 1976. Time is running out at the Super Bowl as the Pittsburgh Steelers are plodding down the field. They have controlled the ball for...

Scoreboard: Who Won Dec. 6, 1963

— Roger Staubach, 21: the Heisman Trophy, awarded annually to the best college football player in the U.S. Everybody's All-America, Navy Quarterback Staubach...

College Football: As the Pros See Them

From end to end, the starting line averages 239 lbs. per man. The fullback runs the 100 in 10 sec. flat, and he is only the third fastest man on the team. The...

Sport: The Benefits Not in a Contract

There were better weeks than last for canceling a sport. Couldn't strikes be timed to follow a good drug bust, or any of the disgraces that once were rare...

Let's Get Motivated

The band was called Allegiance, and it was playing a number with a chirpy message of personal renewal: This is for all the lonely people, thinking that life has...

People, Apr. 14, 1980

In his book on the Mercury Project, Author Tom Wolfe contended that John Glenn, the first American to orbit the earth, had plenty of the "right stuff." Though...

People, Jan. 31, 1972

The Dallas Cowboys' Roger Staubach turns out to be as fast with a theological hot potato as he is with a football. At a post-Super Bowl press conference Roger...

See more Time.com Articles