Big Green vs. Gridiron Gods (Valley News)


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It was in 1944, and with “a team loaded with older, more mature military-student players—known as “V-12” athletes—the Big Green was coming off a 6-1 record in 1943—losing only to Penn by a 7-6 count.

“Flushed with that success, Dartmouth went out and booked a home-and-away series for the next two years to upgrade its schedule with a high-profile, premier college program—the fighting Irish of Notre Dame.”

Read the full story, published 1/6/13 in the Valley News. (Go to “college sports” and scroll down to read the story.)

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