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Grantland Rice

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Grantland Rice (November 1, 1880-July 13, 1954) was an early 20th century American sports-writer...
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Playing career
Grantland Rice played football for Vanderbilt University for three years but his career was hampered by injuries. Lettered in his junior year. Graduated Phi... View more

Trivia
  • Grantland Rice wrote "For when the One Great Scorer comes to mark against your name, He writes—not that you won or lost—but how you played the Game."
  • Enrolled at Vanderbilt University in 1897 and pledged Phi Delta Theta.

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Updated personal notes for Grantland Rice
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  • Added trivia: "Enrolled at Vanderbilt University in 1897 and pledged Phi Delta Theta."
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The Definitive Favorite Sports Stories of Grantland Rice Radio Log with Grantland Rice and Joseph Julian
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The Definitive Favorite Sports Stories of Grantland Rice Radio Program Log with a biography of Grantland Rice.
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1955 newspaper article containing a football story from the book 'The Tumult and the Shouting' by Grantland Rice, who played football at Vanderbilt in 1899. 
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1955 newspaper article containing an excerpt from Grantland Rice's autobiography. 
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Updated personal notes for Grantland Rice
Edited the personal notes for Grantland Rice.
  • Added trivia: ""For when the One Great Scorer comes to mark against your name, He writes—not that you won or lost—but how you played the Game." Grantland Rice"
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Alumnus Football - A poem by legendary sports writer Grantland Rice. 
Manvotional: Alumunus Football | The Art of Manliness
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Alumunus Football By Grantland Rice Bill Jones had been the shining star upon his college team, His tackling was ferocious and his bucking was a dream; When husky William tucked the ball beneath his brawny arm They had a special
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Grantland Rice, Circa 1945
Grantland Rice, Circa 1945
Legendary sports writer Grantland Rice.
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Grantland Rice (1880 - 1954) - Find A Grave Memorial
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Grantland Rice, Circa 1943
Grantland Rice, Circa 1943
Legendary sports writer Grantland Rice.
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The Answer by Grantland Rice 
Manvotional: The Answer by Grantland Rice | The Art of Manliness
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The Answer By Grantland Rice When the battle breaks against you and the crowd forgets to cheer, When the Anvil Chorus echoes with the essence of a jeer; When the knockers start their panning in the knockers nimble way, With
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The Four Horseman, 1924: Elmer Layden, Don Miller, Jim Crowley and Harry Stuhldreher 
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Grantland Rice, Circa 1952
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Vandy's gridiron Rhodes Scholars
The Rhodes Scholarship has been recognized as the oldest and most prestigious postgraduate award for the study at the Oxford University (Oxford, England). Two former Vanderbilt football players, and one-time teammates, were among the first to be accepted into...
Vanderbilt University Athletics Department, Nov 23, 2011
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Column: Bobby Johnson counted
Bobby and Catherine Johnson struggled to the difficult conclusion that after nearly four decades it was time for him to hang up his whistle. People noticed their decision, as they should because Bobby Johnson was much more than our football coach. He counted.
Vanderbilt University Athletics Department, Jul 14, 2010
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