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Oldest small-school football rivalry in the south now 'goes across all sports'

Originally Published: July 8, 2008
By Chris Preston | Special to ESPN.com

In the raucous aftermath of the 100th game played in the oldest small-college football rivalry in the South, Hampden-Sydney College students honored the age-old tradition of tearing down their own goalposts, in this case celebrating a 24-10 victory over the hated Yellow Jackets from nearby Randolph-Macon College. Creatively, the HSC students sawed off a piece of one goalpost for the team to keep and after parading what remained of the aluminum structures along the hill surrounding Hundley Stadium, ...

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