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From the day Princeton played the first intercollegiate game in 1869, these major schools of the northeast - Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Pennsylvania, Princeton, and Yale - shaped football as we now know it. Almost every facet of the game still bears their imprint: they created the All-America team, produced the first coaches, devised the basic rules, invented many of the strategies, developed much of the equipment, and even named the positions.

In this rich history, Bernstein shows that much of the culture that surrounds American football, both good and bad, has its roots in the Ivy League.

The book is published by University of Pennsylvania Press.

©2001 University of Pennsylvania Press (P)2016 Redwood Audiobooks

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Excellent performance, incredibly well-written

Thoroughly researched history of the Ivy League, with an outstanding narrator in Kyle Tait. Will definitely look for more books he's narrated.

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