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Pigskin Dispatch Podcast: The Year of Living Seniorlessly
Pigskin Dispatch podcaster Darin Hayes and I discussed a recent TidBit about the year of living seniorlessly, which came in 1906 when the Western (Big Ten) Conference limited athletic eligibility to three years and did so retroactively. That meant those who had played during the freshman, sophomore, and junior seasons suddenly were not eligible as seniors.
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Here’s the original Tidbit:
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