Requiem for a moth

Bingham, Walter
November 1962
Sports Illustrated;11/19/1962, Vol. 17 Issue 21, p65
The article reveals how the University of Chattanooga had always been defeated in football with a zero score by the University of Mississippi since 1959. Yet they continue to invite Mississippi for a chance to be seen by recruiters of big league teams. However, during the fourth meet in 1962, Chattanooga defeated Mississippi for the first time ever. It describes how Chattanooga's coach and players watched the past games played by Mississippi in order to polish their own strategies and defeated the latter after the former's fourth touchdown.


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