...that in The Game, with Larry Brown lined up as QB and Buckley at slotback, the quarterback took the hike, pitched to the slotback, who pumped to the split end, and then threw to the quarterback, who was now a receiver and had scampered out into the left flat, all for an incompletion?
...that Brown listens to Bob Seger's "Katmandu" to get psyched for games?
...that Brownie came out of nowhere to do a solid job at quarterback?
...that the football rowdies, led by the likes of Bill Roberts, outdid themselves again?
...that The Crimson (daily) touch football team again went winless, but persisted in claiming a string of 23-2 victories?
...that Bill Scheft did 20 straight Sam Cunningham touchdown plunges over the Quincy House hedge?
...Michael K. Savit writing for The Independent?
...Michael K. Savit writing for The Crimson?
...that the major league baseball and football playoffs were marred by outrageous officiating?
...Franco Harris's hands?
...Howard Cosell's mouth?
...Reggie Jackson's bat?
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