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Reference Index

 

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College Football

 

High School Football

 

Other Sports

 

  6 Responses to “Reference Index”

  1. Congrats on such a vast array of football facts. I found your very informative site while searching for details on the military service teams that played against the NCAA teams during WWII. I am particularly interested in the October 13 1945 upset over USC by the San Diego Naval Training Center Team. Can you point me in the right direction to find out more about this particular facet of college football history?

  2. Thanks for the compliments and for reaching out. I really don’t know a lot about the USC-San Diego Navy game beyond the score. You could contact The Intercollegiate Football Researchers Association:
    http://www.secsportsfan.com/college-football-association.html

    Tex Noel runs the organization and not only does he have a great amount of knowledge, he might also know someone else who has a specialized interest in the topic you are researching.

  3. Why is there No photo of The original 1925 or 1926 All-Army chanpionship team with Dwight Eisenhauser? My Grandfather player then.

  4. I particularly like the piece on NFL Owners – “List of NFL Owners – Past & Present”, very comprehensive, well done.

    Why can I not see this topic listed among the Reference Index?

  5. I have to update the reference index. I use to have a plugin compile the index, but it crashed the website. I haven’t found a suitable replacement, so I have to do it by hand which can get tedious.

  6. David, former President Dwight Eisenhauser played before the 1925 season.

    He was on the Army football team; with his senior season–1912–being his last. He played RB/LB before he hurt his knee while tackling the great Jim Thorpe in a game against Carlisle.

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