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September 01, 1983 | N. Brooks Clark
Probably the first man to run a play designed to send him leaping over the line of scrimmage was Leonard Coffman, a fullback in General Bob Neyland's single wing at Tennessee. At Neyland's behest, one day in practice...
January 25, 1960
At a meeting in Miami Beach last week a group of the nation's top athletic authorities decided to turn college football players into messenger boys: they gave coaches the right to send in a substitute—who can carry...
November 10, 1958
In the midst of the 1958 election campaign just ended the President of the United States took an evening off for an appearance and an address that were purely nonpolitical. The scene was New York City and the...
October 15, 1956 | Herman Hickman
The Tennessee system, which is enjoying such success this season, is not just a set of plays from a single-wing balanced-line formation; rather, it is a philosophy of football. Many coaches, such as Bobby Dodd at...
October 01, 1956 | Herman Hickman
The big news so far is that the era of ground-bound, grind-it-out, run-it-down-their-throats football is slowly but surely coming to an end. Opening day from coast to coast served notice that football '56 is shedding...