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Tudor’s scrimmage line divider

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Around 1978 Tudor was selling a divider to place on the line of scrimmage.  The idea was to provide space between the teams.

I had thought I lost mine but I found my brother actually has had it.

I took some pictures because I don’t think many people remember those dividers.



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On 4/22/2024 at 5:48 AM, zak99b5 said:

What happens when you pick it up?  I tried something similar (made from aluminum C-channel with a handle in the middle) and I could never remove it without disturbing players.

It does snag on dome plsyers.  So I made my own out of bass wood and made it high enough that even large players can not stick over the divider.A46BB904-9FB1-43D8-81AE-BB8B9ACEAD9D.thumb.jpeg.49bae4a76f04feac52850dcef99a7e42.jpeg4E889E3C-BE7B-4FDF-AD3C-C7EE335ABE0C.thumb.jpeg.b33854692384616b8b42b656291465f0.jpeg6E1F5A87-DFE5-442C-8577-6A58F9EF4ED7.thumb.jpeg.db5d89c882f57be7adb7936594a4e5c8.jpeg

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