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  • Nov 19, 1966
    Sgt. Barry Sadler performs "The Ballad Of The Green Berets" during halftime at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, where the Michigan Wolverines defeat the Ohio State Buckeyes, 17-3, in NCAA football
    Sep 23, 1967
    Penn State defensive tackle Mike Reid is injured on the sixth play of the season's opening game against Navy, requiring his second knee operation. Navy wins, 23-22, in Annapolis, Maryland. Reid goes on to become a country singer and songwriter
    Nov 23, 1968
    Wide receiver Larry Gatlin scores a touchdown as the University of Houston Cougars swamp the Tulsa Golden Hurricane, 100-6, in the Astrodome
    Jan 1, 1969
    Penn State defeats the Kansas Jayhawks, 15-14, at the Orange Bowl in Miami. Playing for the Nittany Lions: defensive tackle Mike Reid, who goes on to become a country artist and write hits for Ronnie Milsap, Conway Twitty and Tim McGraw
    Sep 20, 1969
    Penn State defeats Navy, 45-22, at Annapolis, Maryland. It's the first game of the final college season for Nittany Lions defensive tackle Mike Reid, who will become a country singer and write hits for Ronnie Milsap, Conway Twitty and Lorrie Morgan
    Nov 25, 1969
    Penn State defensive tackle Mike Reid places fifth in voting for college football's Heisman trophy and is named first team All-American by UPI. He goes on to write country hits for Ronnie Milsap, Tanya Tucker and Barbara Mandrell, among others
    Nov 27, 1969
    Penn State defensive lineman Mike Reid is named to the American Football Coaches Association all-star team. Two decades later, he becomes a successful country singer/songwriter, penning hits for Ronnie Milsap, Tanya Tucker and The Judds
    Nov 29, 1969
    Penn State beats North Carolina State, 33-8, in the final regular season game for Nittany Lion defensive tackle Mike Reid. He goes on to score a country hit with "Walk On Faith," and write songs for Conway Twitty, Ronnie Milsap and Tanya Tucker
    Nov 30, 1969
    Penn State's Mike Reid is named a first team All-American and honored with the Outland Trophy as the best college lineman by the Football Writers Association. Reid will write such country hits as "Inside," "Love Without Mercy" and "Walk On Faith"
    Jan 1, 1970
    Penn State defeats the Missouri Tigers, 10-3, at the Orange Bowl in Miami to finish the season ranked #2. It's the final college game for Nittany Lion defensive tackle Mike Reid, a future country songwriter who's named defensive player of the game

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