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150 years ago, Rutgers and Princeton, then known as the College of New Jersey, played the first-ever intercollegiate football game and began an American tradition that, all these years later, has no equal. For millions across the country, college football is more than a weekly TV show or outing. It is a way of life that dictates Saturday schedules, New Years's plans and the color blanket in which you'll take your baby home from the hospital. Over the past century and a half, the college game has provided fans with more memorable moments then can be accurately figured, from once-in-a-lifetime touchdown runs to impossible goal line stands to unbelievable trick plays. Within these pages, Newsweek has compiled the most exciting, significant, nearly impossible and coinciding with 150 years of American history. Whomever you root for on game day, these moments are all worth cheering.
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