Monday, November 3, 2008

This Date in College Football History

Nov. 3, 1956: After 27 years, Lou Little coaches his last game at home as Columbia beats Cornell 25-19 in New York. Considered a "national symbol of fair play and sportsmanship" by President Dwight D. Eisenhower, Coach Little passes the school record for winning percentage (which was less than .390) with a record of 110-116-10 and a winning percentage of .487.