Sport: Scoreboard, Nov. 28, 1960

¶In college football's top games of the week: Sophomore Halfback Bert Coan scored two second-half touchdowns to lead Kansas to a 23-7 upset of previously undefeated Missouri, the nation's top-ranked team. The surprise victory gave the Kansas Jayhawkers their first Big Eight championship since 1930. Determined Minnesota rammed across two touchdowns in the fourth period to sew up a 26-7 win over Wisconsin and tie Iowa for the Big Ten title.

¶Bald, bitterly competitive Dick Groat, 30, shortstop and captain of the Pittsburgh Pirates, was voted the National League's most valuable player for leading the league in hitting (.325) and...

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