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Notre Dame Fighting Irish 1973 Football National Champions Ringer T-Shirt (M)
It was The Academy Awards on Monday night, March 29, when actor Elliott Gould announced to the world what had just happened: Bobby Knight and the undefeated (32-0) Indiana Hoosiers routed Michigan in the first ever inter-conference NCAA finals. Product Details 1976 Indiana Hoosiers Adult NCAA Basketball National Champions S/S Ringer T-Shirt Product ID: 38091 League: NCAA Team Name:Indiana Hoosiers Choose a Size: Size:Small out of stock Size:Medium out of stock Size :Large Size :X /Large out of stock
The national title was on the line and the game pitted No.1 Ohio St. and No.2 USC against each other in the Rose Bowl. The Buckeyes were 9-0 and the Trojans 9-0-1 going into the game. USC thought they had a clear advantage with Heisman Trophy winner O.J. Simpson, who had led the nation in rushing and all-purpose running for the second consecutive year, on their side. In the end, it mattered not as Ohio St., after spotting USC to a 10-0 lead, came back to win 27-16 to take home the National Championship .
In 1958 LSU finished first in the AP poll, their first top 20 showing in almost a decade. Product Details 1958 Louisiana State Tigers Adult NCAA Football National Champions S/S Ringer T-Shirt Product ID: 38079 League: NCAA Team Name:LSU Tigers Choose a Size : Size :Small Size :Medium Size :Large Size :X /Large Size :XX /Large Description : The Tigers prided themselves on defense. Led by their defensive subs, known as the "Chinese Bandits", they finished the season 11-0 and didn't give up a touchdown
Months after the December 10th death of Kentucky basketball legend, Adolph Rupp, the Wildcats found themselves competing for the 1978 NCAA championship. Led by Rupp's successor Joe B. Hall, the No. 1 ranked Wildcats looked to claim the schools 5th NCAA basketball championship as they took the floor in the 1978 Final Four in St. Louis. Beating Arkansas in the Semifinals the Wildcats were fueled by Jack ''Goose'' Givens and his 41 points as Kentucky edged Duke 94-88 to claim the 1978 NCAA trophy. Product