At the turn of the 20th century, the college leading the football gridiron wasn't Harvard or Yale – it was a little-known powerhouse called the Carlisle Indian Industrial School.
It was at this experimental boarding school for American Indians where many of today's trick plays, and even the first spiral throw, were born.
Read all about them and listen to an interview with Sally Jenkins, author of a book about this famous team. Then you be the coach and design a trick play of your own.
Who knows, if its good enough maybe the Braves can use it Friday night!