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Today's Tidbit... When Teams Played in Two Conferences
Before the 1930s, conferences seldom played round-robin schedules and teams played varying numbers of conference games. The 1927 results show five PCC schools also played in the Northwest Conference and had players named to two all-conference teams in the same year. The lack of round-robin schedules also led faculty members to develop early mathematical ranking systems in an attempt to objectively name conference champions.
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