Look forward to viewing. Is there any information as to who had the film, how it came to be up there?
Was punting on 2d down conventional wisdom back then? How often was that done? Why? Cannot think of any reason to do that. Contrast w/ modern movement to go for it even on 4th down (see espn's Tuesday Mornnig QB Easterbook).
Would be interesting to explore the evolution of thinking over the years about when to punt (if ever). It seems to me there is a (mostly) right answer to that question, and punting on 2d down ain't it. As Cut says he learned in the back yard, the other team can't score if I have the ball.