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College Football Coach Amos Alonzo Stagg Retired
September 16, 1960

Have you ever wished you could change the rules of a game you like to play? Maybe if you play a game long enough, you'll be able to make those changes. Amos Alonzo Stagg played and coached football for 71 years. He was 98 years old when he retired as a football coach from Stockton Junior College on September 16, 1960. When he played at Yale and made the original All-America football team in 1888, the game was still a fairly new sport. What innovations did Stagg bring to football?
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