Business Insider presents some wonderful photo sequences.
One of the recent pieces is Tony Manfred’s “40 Stunning Photos That Show You What College Football Was Like 100 Years Ago” [http://www.businessinsider.com/vintage-college-football-photos-100-years-ago-2013-9?op=1].
Take a look at this photo of the Army Mascot from 1910 to 1915:
It appears to be an ancestor of the “horse” currently featured as a recurring character on Craig Ferguson’s late-night talk show.
Here’s a photo of the quarterback for Brown. In the background is the Polo Grounds, and he is there for a game against Cornell. Take note of the very minimal protective equipment, including the oddly shaped leather helmet:
Another of these nostalgic, football-related pieces is Leah Goldman’s “How NFL Cheerleader Uniforms Have Changed Through The Decades” [http://www.businessinsider.com/nfl-cheerleaders-through-the-decades-pictures-2013-9?op=1]. It includes nine “then-and-now” pairs of photos, including this photo of the Baltimore Colts Cheerleaders in the early 1960s: