So this decade is interesting as the Cyclones will have five straight 4-3-1 seasons.
The Cyclones faced off against Coach William H. Spaulding of Minnesota in 1923 and shutting him out as the coach of UCLA in 1926.
Rule changes this decade:
1920: Clipping was defined.
1922: Try for point introduced. Ball brought out five yds. from goal line for scrimmage, allowing try for extra point by place kick, drop kick, run, or forward pass.
Try for point after TD from five yard line.
Players withdrawn during the first half may not return until the second half. Players withdrawn during the second half may not return to the game.
1925: Kickoff at 40 yard line. Clipping made a violation, originally a 25 yard penalty.
1927: Goal posts moved back ten yards to end line.
One-second pause imposed on shift. Thirty seconds allowed for putting ball in play. Huddle limited to 15 seconds. To encourage use of lateral pass, missed backward pass other than from center snap declared dead ball when it hits the ground and cannot be recovered by opponents.
1929: The Ball - Measurement around middle reduced to 22 to 22 1/2”
Try for PAT from two yard line.
All fumbles ruled dead at point of recovery.
Winsipedia Win Percentage Line Chart:
All-American: Leigh “Polly” Wallace (Center)
(Jared’s note: A fellow All-American of “Polly” was Notre Dame fullback George Gipp.)
Coe - 2-S.
@ Creighton - Recap.
Grinnell - Recap.
@ Mizzou - Recap.
Kansas State - Recap.
Central Oklahoma - 2-S.
@ Washington (MO) - Recap.