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This change is known as the "Ken Stabler rule" after the Oakland Raiders quarterback who made the infamous play in the Holy Roller game. In officiating circles, it's known as the "Markbreit rule" after Jerry Markbreit, who was the referee for that game. Uprights were extended to 30 feet above the crossbar. Division Races
Ken Stabler stepped in late in the game, and while he only went 6-of-12 for 57 yards, his thirty yard rush for a touchdown gave the Raiders a late 7–6 lead with less than two minutes remaining. However, Franco Harris caught a tipped pass from Terry Bradshaw in what is now known as the Immaculate Reception to give Pittsburgh a 13–7 victory.
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1967 Kenny Stabler run in the mud with coach bryant commenting.!not for Clay's Bama page!
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Of course, the "Snake" was none other than Ken Stabler, who did a little bit of everything in leading a fourth-quarter rally in the rain to keep Alabama unbeaten. He scored the Tide's only ...
Ray Guy, arguably the greatest punter of all time, died Thursday morning following a lengthy illness at the age of 72, his alma mater, Southern Mississippi, announced.