1. Princeton against Rutgers (at New Brunswich, New Jersey, November 6, 1869.
3. Walter C. Camp.
4. The flying wedge. It was first used by Harvard against Yale.
5. Notre Dame. In 1913, Knute Rockne and Gus Dorais used pass plays
to score a stunning upset over Army.
6. 160 feet.
7. 1902, Michigan defeated Stanford, 49-0.
8. "The Four Horsemen." He was referring to Notre Dame's outstanding
backfield of Stuhldreher, Layden, Miller and Crowley.
9. Byron ("Whizzer") White, University of Colorado.
10. Green Bay Packers. They defeated the Kansas City Chiefs, 35-10,
in Los Angels in January 1967.
11. Vince Lombardi, coach of the Green Bay Packers. The phrase is
commonly used to urge running backs to look instinctively for
openings in the line through which they can make extra yardage.
12. Knute Rockne of Notre Dame, who substitued entire teams,
which he called his "shock troops," back in the 1920's.
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