NCAA Football - 1979 was released on: USA: 1979
For the Pro Bowl played in 1979, Ahmad Rashad was the MVP.
1979 NL MVPsThe 1979 National League MVP was won by two players. Keith Hernandez, and Willie Stargell.
NCAA football 07, Fifa World cup Germany 2006, NCAA Football 2002, Madden 2002, Fifa 2001, MLB The Show 09, MVP Baseball 2004, Madden 2001, NBA live 2002, MVP NCAA Baseball 06, Time Crisis 2, MVP Baseball 2005, NCAA Football 08.
ESPN NCAA Basketball - 1979 was released on: USA: 5 December 1979
The player with the most NCAA basketball tournament MVP awards is Kareem Abdul-Jabar. He was known as Lew Alcindor at the time, and played for UCLA.
1979 Terry Bradshaw Professional football Super Bowl MVP1979 Willie Stargell Baseball World Series MVP
Willie Stargell of the Pittsburgh Pirates won the World Series MVP award in 1979. He also won the regular season MVP and NLCS MVP awards that year. He is the only player to have won the regular season league MVP, championship series MVP and World Series MVP awards in the same season.
Danny Manning, Kansas.
Michigan State defeated Indiana State, 75-64, to win the 1979 NCAA basketball tournament.
The cast of NCAA Tonight - 1979 includes: Bill Rafferty as himself Dick Vitale as himself
Magic vs- Bird The 1979 NCAA Championship Game - 1979 TV was released on: USA: 2004 (DVD premiere)
The first McDonald's All-American Game MVP Award was presented in 1979.
Willie Stargell of the Pittsburgh Pirates was the Most Valuable Player of the 1979 National League Championship Series and the 1979 World Series. He also won the 1979 National League MVP Award (shared with Keith Hernandez of the New York Mets). Stargell became the only player to win all three MVP awards in the same year.
Michigan State led by Earvin "Magic" Johnson won the 1979 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament over Indiana State and Larry Bird.
Art Heyman DUKE '63' Duke actually won the 3rd place game and Heyman was voted tournament MVP
First baseman Keith Hernandez of the St. Louis Cardinals and first baseman Willie Stargell of the Pittsburgh Pirates were co-MVP winners in the National League for the 1979 season.