Football Matches: Nov. 21, 1927

Champions are collapsible. Notre Dame, popularly regarded as the best team in the land, lost heavily to the hitherto inconspicuous Army eleven, 18-0. Undefeated Princeton perished before a soaring Yale forward pass in the dying minutes of the game; fumbled a few plays later; retired ruefully a 14-6 loser. Tennessee, invincible in the south, was securely tied by Vanderbilt. Georgia, beating Clemson 32-0, advanced to the lonely magnificence of the only major team in the country unbeaten & untied.

New York University made 14 first downs to Penn State's five as Halfback...

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