The Nation’s Oldest High-School Football Rivalry

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Geoff Serra, head of the English Department at Norwich Free Academy, writes about the longest-standing high-school football rivalry (verified by the National Football League) in the nation in the current issue.  NFA has been playing New London since their first match May 12, 1875–just six years after the first collegiate American football game between Princeton and Rutgers in 1869.  For more on this and other Connecticut sports stories, subscribe or purchase the issue online or on selected newsstands.  See this issue’s Table of Contents for what else you’ll read about in the current issue!


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