Yale Football Utility Shirt
Description: The authentic 1950s era collegiate football practice jersey, still made in the original Canadian factory. Features rugged ribbed cotton construction, doubled elbows, and shoulder yoke.
Model is 6'5" wearing a size Medium.
- Ribbed combed rugged 100% cotton
- Sewn shoulder yoke
- Reinforced elbows
- Made in Canada, printed in the USA
- Item #: YALFU
League: Collegiate Football
History: In the early days of College Football, no other school dominated like the Yale Bulldogs. Between 1872 and 1909 they collected 26 National Championships (since the Ivy League was founded in 1956, the Bulldogs have won 15 conference championships). 2 of the first 3 Heisman Trophy winners were Yale grads in Larry Kelly (1936) and Clint Frank (1937). Former Yale player and Head Coach Walter Camp was given the moniker "The Father of American Football" due to his changing the game in many ways, but mainly from the use of a ruby scrum to a line of scrimmage. The Yale Bulldogs are currently members of the 8 -team Ivy League conference and play their home games in the Yale Bowl, in New Haven, Connecticut.
FOOTBALL UTILITY SHIRT
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Arrived promptly and it looks like a practice jersey from back then; my brother -in-law is a Yalie, I spotted this and it's for Christmas. I'd like to see these as blank jerseys too.
It’s a great quality shirt
It’s a great quality shirt but ran more like an xl than an l...a bit too big