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Who was Walter Camp?

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2008-10-17 01:49:09
2008-10-17 01:49:09

walter camp didn't actually invent football, contrary to popular belief. he was a freshman on an early havard team that played mcgill university and yale under the first football like rules. he is known as the father or football NOT the inventor. later on he published these rules. == ==

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