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Subject: What Ivy Football Is Supposed To Look Like


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foehi
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Date Posted: 10:41:59 01/31/18 Wed

including the newsreel music and the fans in coat and tie.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqpDPYA8wRM&feature=youtu.be

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[> Subject: Re: What Ivy Football Is Supposed To Look Like


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bulldog10jw
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Date Posted: 10:48:33 01/31/18 Wed

Those were the days

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[> Subject: Re: What Ivy Football Is Supposed To Look Like


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Jerrylh
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Date Posted: 11:11:41 01/31/18 Wed

Watch the clips that follow this one. And yes, those were the days.
BTW-look how small the linemen were in those days.

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[> [> Subject: unfortunately


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holtsledge
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Date Posted: 11:20:58 01/31/18 Wed

clip shows how lily white the ivies were back then. BTW my father wore a coat and tie every time he flew up to his passing

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[> [> Subject: Re: What Ivy Football Is Supposed To Look Like


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An Observer
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Date Posted: 11:57:06 01/31/18 Wed

One of my favorite books is Instant Replay, by star Green Bay Packer guard Jerry Kramer. Some of the best narration recounts Kramer's mental and physical battles with his archnemesis, Detroit Lion defensive tackle Alex Karras.

To your point, Jerry, about how small linemen were back in the day, Kramer was 6'2" and 245. Karras was the exact same height and weight. Today, they wouldn't be taken seriously at that size. And these are both multiple-time all-Pro linemen, who are on the periphery of being candidates for Canton.

Sometimes we forget just how unnatural it is that modern strength and conditioning coaches can so cavalierly create human beings who are 6'6" and weigh 310 pounds. Despite their ubiquitous status on football rosters, these are freaks of nature.

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[> [> [> Subject: Re: What Ivy Football Is Supposed To Look Like


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9.1Quake
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Date Posted: 14:41:57 01/31/18 Wed

They would have good size to be LBs now. If they were fast enough.

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[> [> [> Subject: Re: What Ivy Football Is Supposed To Look Like


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foehi
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Date Posted: 22:30:33 01/31/18 Wed

The Lions had a guy named Roger Brown who weighed 300 lbs. He was considered a freak.Played nose guard, as it was known then. He was good but he'd be too small and too slow today.

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[> [> [> Subject: Karras is football's Pete Rose


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Go Green
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Date Posted: 11:21:29 02/04/18 Sun


My understanding is that the gambling scandal is the only reason Karras isn't in the HOF.

Loved him in Blazing Saddles, though!

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[> Subject: Re: What Ivy Football Is Supposed To Look Like


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Calvin
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Date Posted: 12:53:56 01/31/18 Wed

Not easy to tell the difference between teams in B&W. The variations between helmets and sleeves are subtle.

A long way from the current pumpkin outfits. Nike would never approve.

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[> [> Subject: Joe Romig, All American 1960 and 1961, Rhodes Scholar, 5'-10" 196


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Diogenes
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Date Posted: 20:49:22 02/01/18 Thu

Two way guard and linebacker. University of Colorado. College Football Hall of Fame. Well known Astrophysicist.

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[> Subject: Jerry Kramer


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An Observer
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Date Posted: 11:09:44 02/04/18 Sun

Our recent discussion about Jerry Kramer was timely. As of last night, Mr. Kramer is no longer "on the periphery of being a candidate for Canton." With a knock on his door in Minneapolis, he is going into the Hall of Fame.

Congratulations to an introspective, thoughtful gentleman who took himself from northern Idaho to the pinnacle of his chosen profession.

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