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1930 Big Game Program: Rothert Runs Wild Against the Bears


Cal kept things interesting for a half, but the Bears were no match for Stanford in a 41-0 rout. Halfback Harlow Rothert, who won three consecutive NCAA shot put titles and set the world record in the event in 1930, scored three second-half touchdowns to help Stanford improve to 8-1-1. 


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The Stanford Axe was captured by the Immortal 21 in April.


Bill Simkins (lower right) was the hero of the 1928 Big Game. Phil Moffat (also pictured) caught a 63-yard touchdown from Rothert.


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