|College Football—Broadcast Audio on CD |
1941 Rose Bowl
No 2 Stanford defeats No. 7 Nebraska 21-13 on Jan. 1, 1941 in Pasadena. The Indians bring a 9-0 record into the game and are led by quarterback Frankie Albert, new coach Clark Shaughnessy and his revolutionary "T-formation" offense. Stanford's Pete Kmetovic returns a punt 39 yards for a touchdown in the third period to seal the victory. Complete game NBC Radio broadcast with Ken Carpenter and Bill Stern.
1946 Army vs Michigan
The second-ranked Cadets hold off the fourth-ranked Wolverines on Oct. 12, 1946 at Michigan Stadium. Halfback Glenn Davis runs for two touchdowns, throws for another, and intercepts two Michigan passes. Complete game NBC Radio broadcast with Bill Stern.
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1946 Army – Navy
In a thrilling finish, the heavily-favored Cadets hold off over the Midshipmen 21-18 on Nov. 30, 1946 at Philadelphia Municipal Stadium. Army is led by Glenn Davis and Doc Blanchard and with the win, completes an undefeated season. Complete game radio broadcast with Bill Corum and Harry Wismer.
1947 Rose Bowl
Illinois upsets previously unbeaten UCLA 45-14 on Jan. 1, 1947 in Pasadena, Calif. Illinois rushes for 320 yards in first ever Rose Bowl between teams from Pacific Coast Conference and Big Nine Conference. Complete game NBC Radio broadcast with John Storm and Bill Stern.
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1947 SMU vs TCU
Doak Walker's heroics enable Southern Methodist to tie Texas Christian 19-19 and remain unbeaten on November 29, 1947 in Fort Worth. Walker rushes for 119 yards, returns three kickoffs for 163 yards, completes 10 of 14 passes for 136 yards, scores two touchdowns and kicks an extra point. Complete game NBC radio broadcast with Bill Stern.
1949 Cotton Bowl
SMU beats Oregon 21-13 on January 1, 1949 in Dallas. Doak Walker and Kyle Rote each score a touchdown and keep Ducks pinned deep in their own territory with second-quarter quick kicks. Norm Van Brocklin throws 24-yard TD pass in fourth quarter for Oregon. Complete game Mutual Radio broadcast with Charlie Jordan and Al Helfer.
1950 Rose Bowl
Ohio State stuns unbeaten California 17-14 on Jan. 2, 1950 in Pasadena. Jimmy Hague boots winning field goal with less than two minutes to go. Curly Morrison rushes for 119 yards on 25 carries for Buckeyes. Complete game CBS Radio broadcast with Red Barber.
1953 Notre Dame vs Oklahoma
Johnny Lattner and Joe Heap lead Irish to 28-21 win over Sooners on Sept. 26, 1953 in Norman, Oklahoma. Heap catches two touchdown passes from Ralph Guglielmi while Lattner makes key interception to end Sooners’ comeback bid. This would be the last loss for Bud Wilkinson’s team over the next 48 games. Complete game NBC Radio broadcast with Joe Hassel and Curt Gowdy.
1953 Kentucky vs Tennessee
The Wildcats beat the Volunteers 27-21 on Nov. 21, 1953 in Bear Bryant's last game as Kentucky head coach. The game takes place at Stoll Field/McLean Stadium in Lexington. The Wildcats finish the season at 7-2-1 and are ranked #16 in the final AP poll. Complete game radio broadcast with J.B. Faulkner.
1957 Cotton Bowl
Jim Brown scores three touchdowns and kicks three extra points but Texas Christian holds off Syracuse 28-27 on Jan. 1, 1957 in the Cotton Bowl. Complete game NBC Radio broadcast with Jerry Doggett and Curt Gowdy.
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1963 Rose Bowl
Unbeaten USC holds off Wisconsin 42-37 on Jan. 1, 1963 at Pasadena. Pete Beathard throws four touchdown passes as the top-ranked Trojans beat the second-ranked Badgers in one of the greatest bowl games of all time. Complete game NBC Radio broadcast with Tom Kelly and Mike Walden.
1969 Texas vs Arkansas
Top-ranked Texas rallies to beat second-ranked Arkansas 15-14 on Dec. 6, 1969 in a legendary college football game in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The Longhorns trail 14-0 after three quarters but battle back behind quarterback James Street. President Richard Nixon attends the game. Complete game radio broadcast with Stan McKenzie and Connie Alexander.
1969 USC vs Stanford
The Trojans beat the Indians 26-24 on Ron Ayala's 35-yard field goal on Oct. 11, 1969 at the Los Angeles Coliseum. USC finished the season undefeated (10-0-1) while Stanford, led by Jim Plunkett, finished at 7-2-1. Complete game radio broadcast with Stanford announcers Bob Murphy and Don Klein.
1966 Michigan State vs Notre Dame
Two unbeaten teams battle to a 10 -10 tie in East Lansing in one of the greatest games in college football history. The game ends in controversy as Irish coach Ara Parseghian elects to run out the clock rather than risk turning the ball over to the Spartans. Complete game radio broadcast of the Nov. 19, 1966 game with Notre Dame announcers Frank Sweeney and Jim Morse.
1946 Army – Notre Dame
Army was ranked No. 1 in the country and Notre Dame was No. 2 when the two teams met on Nov. 9, 1946 at Yankee Stadium. Army's attack featured Doc Blanchard and Glenn Davis while Notre Dame was led by quarterback Johnny Lujack. Both teams came into the game with 6-0 records and averaging over 30 points per game. "The Game of the Century", as it was called, ended in a 0-0 tie. Complete game NBC Radio broadcast with Bill Stern announcing. Also includes highlights from 1945 and 1947 Army-Notre Dame games.
1964 Army – Navy
Army snaps Navy's five-game winning streak with an 11-8 win in Roger Staubach's final game. Barry Nickerson's 20-yard field goal breaks the tie before 100,000 fans at John F. Kennedy Stadium in Philadelphia. Complete game radio broadcast with Mutual Radio's Al Wester and Van Patrick.
1965 Orange Bowl
Texas stops Joe Namath inches short of the goal line late in the game to beat the Crimson Tide 21-17 on January 1, 1965. Alabama came into the game unbeaten and was named national champion prior to the contest. Ernie Koy scored two touchdowns for the Longhorns, including a 79-yard run in the first quarter. Namath did not start because of a knee injury but threw for 255 yards and two touchdowns and was named MVP. It was the first night game in Orange Bowl history. Complete game NBC Radio broadcast with Billy Vessels and Jim Gibbons.
1970 Cotton Bowl
Top-ranked and unbeaten Texas edges Notre Dame 21-17 in a thrilling Cotton Bowl on New Year’s Day, 1970. Notre Dame quarterback Joe Theismann threw for 231 yards, while the Longhorns were led by quarterback James Street, who passed for 107 yards, and fullback Steve Worster, who rushed for 155 yards. The Irish had not been to a bowl game in 45 years. Complete game CBS Radio broadcast with Connie Alexander and Jack Buck.
1971 Nebraska vs Oklahoma
Top-ranked Nebraska scores a late touchdown to beat Oklahoma 35-31 in the “Game of the Century” on Nov. 25, 1971 in Norman, Oklahoma. The Cornhuskers, who went on the win the national title, are led by flanker Johnny Rodgers while the Sooners feature halfback Greg Pruitt. The CD is edited but includes all plays plus the Nebraska 1971 season highlights. Longtime Nebraska broadcaster Lyell Bremser does the play-by-play.
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1972 Rose Bowl
Stanford upsets heavily favored Michigan 13-12 on Jan. 1, 1972 in Pasadena. Rod Garcia kicks a 31-yard field goal with 12 seconds left to stun the unbeaten Wolverines. Stanford quarterback Don Bunce throws for 290 yards and is named the game’s MVP. It’s Stanford’s final game as the “Indians”. Complete game NBC Radio broadcast with Don Klein and Don Kramer.
1973 Sugar Bowl
Notre Dame defeats Alabama 24-23 in the Sugar Bowl on Dec. 31, 1973 at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans. It is the first meeting ever between the two schools and features legendary coaches Paul "Bear" Bryant of Alabama and Ara Parseghian of Notre Dame. Both teams come into the game with unbeaten records. There are six lead changes in the game, and a fourth quarter field goal by Bob Thomas gives the Irish the winning margin. Complete game Mutual Radio broadcast with Tom Dennin, Al Wester and Van Patrick.
1975 Rose Bowl
USC beats Ohio State 18-17 on Jan. 1, 1975 in one of the most exciting games in Rose Bowl history. Pat Haden leads the Trojans to a touchdown with just over two minutes remaining and passes to Shelton Diggs for the two-point conversion, giving USC the win and a share of the national title. Complete game radio broadcast with Tom Hamlin and Tom Kelly.
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1975 Orange Bowl
Notre Dame upsets top-ranked Alabama 13-11 on Jan. 1, 1975 in Miami. The game is Ara Parseghian’s last after 11 years as coach of the Fighting Irish. The Crimson Tide, coached by Bear Bryant, suffers its first loss. Complete game radio broadcast with Paul Maguire and Jay Randolph.
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1975 Ohio State vs Michigan
The Buckeyes score twice in the final quarter to beat the Wolverines 21-14 on Nov. 22, 1975 in Ann Arbor. Ray Griffin’s interception sets up the winning touchdown, one of three by fullback Pete Johnson. The win gives Ohio State the conference title, while Michigan suffers its first home loss in six years. Complete game radio broadcast with Ohio State announcers Marv Homan and Tom Hamlin.
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1976 Missouri vs Ohio State
The Tigers score with 12 seconds left and add a two-point conversion to stun the second-ranked Buckeyes 22-21 on Sept. 25, 1976 in Columbus. Ohio State had won 25 straight home games and led 21-7 at the half before the third largest crowd in Ohio Stadium history. Complete game KMOX radio broadcast with Bill Wilkerson and Dan Kelly.
1978 Wisconsin vs Purdue
Wisconsin rallies from 18 points down in the fourth quarter to tie Purdue 24-24 on Nov. 11, 1978 at Camp Randall Stadium. The Boilermakers, who were led by quarterback Mark Herrmann, finished the season 13th in the AP poll. Complete game radio broadcast with Wisconsin announcers Jim Paschke, Ted Moore and Earl Gillespie.
1982 California vs Stanford
The Cal football team pulls off last-second 25-20 victory over Stanford on Nov. 20, 1982 in Berkeley, Calif. Behind John Elway, Stanford takes a 20-19 lead with four seconds left. The Bears receive the kickoff, complete five lateral passes around members of the Cardinal marching band and score the winning touchdown. Complete game radio broadcast with Cal announcers Jan Hutchins and Joe Starkey.
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