College Football: As the Pros See Them


Sportswriters voted for Notre Dame. So did college coaches—reluctantly. The folks at the National Football Foundation couldn't seem to make up their minds at all, decided that they would award their version of the national college-football championship—and the MacArthur Bowl that goes with it—jointly to the Fighting Irish and the Spartans of Michigan State. Since there is only one MacArthur Bowl, however, that created a certain problem in logistics. Each college will keep the trophy for six months, and the flip of a coin will be used to determine which school gets it first.

Only the pros were left to be...

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