The Ivies provide a rich history for today's game
It may come as a surprise that an Ivy League school is the NCAA leader in all-time consensus All-America selections.
If you'll pass the pointer, we'll provide a little history -- important but little-known history in today's grand picture of college football.
In the first Associated Press poll, the writers voted three Ivy League teams in the Top 20: Penn (No. 10), Yale (No. 12) and Dartmouth (No. 13). In fact, in the first three polls, Dartmouth also finished No. 7 in 1937 and No. 20 in 1938.
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