The Coach Who Strangled The Bulldog (eBook)
How Harvard'S Percy Haughton Beat Yale And Reinvented Football
de Dick Friedman
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This is the biography of Percy Haughton, college football's first modern coach. A true innovator, Haughton systematized the game in the early 1900s when it changed from a plodding push-and-pull affair to a wide-open game utilizing passing and speed. In nine seasons at Harvard, Haughton's squads went 71-7-5 and were national champions three times.