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- Created 2012-03-12
, formerly called
, is a varsity
colleges and universities, under rules similar to
. The sport is currently governed by the
Collegiate Sprint Football League
Unlike conventional collegiate football which places a premium on body weight and strength, sprint football emphasizes speed and agility. Players must maintain a weight of 172 lbs or less and a minimum of 5% body fat to be eligible to play.
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Official league website
Official Cornell sprint football page
Official Penn sprint football page
Official Army sprint football page
Official Navy sprint football page
Official Mansfield sprint football page
Official Princeton sprint football page
New York Times article about Sprint Football
Cornell Daily Sun article about Sprint Football
Post University to Add Sprint Football Program for Fall 2010
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