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|These two episodes from the critically-acclaimed series on the history and impact of college football are "Game Day Heroes" (Ep. 1): Outstanding individual performances. They are the men who thrilled college football fans with their sensational performances. Red Grange, the Galloping Ghost became the first true American football hero, attracting crowds in excess of 75,000. With a Thanksgiving night national television audience glued to their seats, diminutive over-achiever Doug Flutie engineered a magnificent comeback against Miami, culminating in the famous Hail Mary touchdown pass to roommate Gerard Phelan. These are just some of the "Game Day Heroes" who have made college football the most unpredictable and exciting game in sports. "Passion & Pageantry" (Ep. 2): This is college football. The stadiums are the cathedrals of college football. Every Saturday, thousands of brightly clad partisans gather to cheer for their favorite team. Each stadium has its own distinct atmosphere. Some even have nicknames, like The Swamp and Death Valley. The passion and pageantry of college football includes bands and the fight songs they play, traditions like Oklahoma's Sooner Schooner and Chief Osceola at Florida State and the Trojan horse of USC. Nowhere is there more tradition than in the South. But no school has its own individual mystique like Notre Dame. It began with Rockne and the Golden Dome, immortalized in the movies with the line, "win one for the Gipper." The tradition and pageantry of college football is like no other sport in the world.|
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