In the century of 1800s, Rugby and The European football were popular games, and in the US, it was not that different in that moment, but the US was kind of different at the moment. This Sport burns as a mixture of both games taking fame among the workmen played as an after work sport. But, who invented this game really, is there any name to write?
Through football’s story, we can find a part that attaches the first plays to the soldiers, but how come? Well, during the war (the 1800s), these soldiers used to find something to do to avoid stress, and through the mixture of rugby and soccer burns a game that is known nowadays as American Football.
Time later, behind so many changes and years, one night in New Jersey, precisely, at the College of New Jersey (actually University of Princeton), our point of view about American Football would change. On November 6, 1869, the first university match took place facing Rutgers vs. Princeton, a event which gave space to the burning of the university American Football.
But professionally Walter Camp is considered as the American Football father due to his contributions, among them we find: the scrimmage, the downs, advanced pass (with some collaboration), and in 1876, the International American Association of Football (I.A.A.F.).
We have questions unanswered; how American Football passed from a gambler sport to almost the most popular game in the US. Well, a Monday night in 1958, one NFL team faced an AFL team for the first time; that unexpectedly would give pass to the most important American Football event ever, The Super Bowl. This event is the creator of the way we, nowadays, look at the NFL.
People like Walter Camp, Eddie Cochems, Amos Alomzo Stagg, Knute Rockne, Glenn “Pop” Warner, William “Pudge” Heffelfinger are some of the first images that changed the world of American Football.
A geyser is a rare kind of hot spring that is under pressure and erupts, sending jets of water and steam into the air. A hot spring gives off steam when the water comes near the surface. Constrictions in plumbing network of a geyser keeps the water boiling underground, which helps create the pressure that causes the water to rise out of the ground spontaneously.
Geysers are made from a tube-like hole in the Earth’s surface that runs deep into the crust. The tube is filled with water. Near the bottom of the tube in molten rock called magma, which heats the water in the tube.
Water in the lower part of the tube, close to the magma, becomes superhot. Gradually, it begins to boil. Some of the water is forced upward. The boiling water begins to steam, or turn to gas. The steam jets toward the surface. Its powerful jet of steam ejects the column of water above it. The water rushes through the tube and into the air. The eruption will continue until all the water is forced out of the tube, or until the temperature inside the geyser drops below boiling (100 degrees Celsius, or 212 degrees Fahrenheit, at sea level).
After the eruption, water slowly seeps back into the tube. The process begins again. In some small geysers, the eruption process can take just a few minutes. In larger geysers, it can take days. The most famous geyser in the United States, Yellowstone National Park’s Old Faithful, erupts about every 50-100 minutes.