Pigskin Dispatch Podcast: Six-Man Football
Pigskin Dispatch podcaster Darin Hayes and I discuss a recent TidBit about the origins of Six-Man football, which came about during the Depression when the majority of high schools were so small they struggled to field eleven-man football teams.
We talk about the rules, the equipment lines developed for their game, and a few comments about reduced-roster football today.
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