Sport: Football for Fans

The postwar vogue of the T-formation on gridiron after gridiron has made the old-fashioned single-wing formation seem almost like a relic of the days when players drop-kicked field goals. But a lot of spectators have been grumping about the trend. With the T-attack, they complain, football has become a game of "Button, button, who's got the button?" It takes a good grandstand man to tell.

Watching Princeton unroll its single-wing attack in Palmer Stadium last week, fans had a much simpler time: there was the ball, right out in the open, beginning with the...

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