Pennsylvania Intercollegiate Football Association
The Pennsylvania Intercollegiate Football Association, or PIFA, was organized on February 28, 1891.
|Pennsylvania Intercollegiate Football Association|
Six colleges from Pennsylvania formed the PIFA.
|1891 PIFA football standings|
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Penn State was awarded the 1891 championship. Their record was 4–1 in Association play with the loss being at Bucknell (10–12). However, Bucknell lost at Franklin & Marshall (6–12) and tied at Dickinson (0–0) for a record of 3–1–1.
- The New York Clipper Annual ... Containing Theatrical, Musical and Sporting Chronologies ... Frank Queen Publishing Company (Limited). 1893. pp. 29–.
- Melvin I. Smith (2008). Evolvements of Early American Foot Ball: Through the 1890/91 Season. AuthorHouse. pp. 180–. ISBN 978-1-4343-6246-9.
- Prato, Lou, “The Penn State Football Encyclopedia,” Sports Publishing, Champaign, IL, 1998.
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