How an economist views the game and the evidence from XLVII years on the gridiron.
Two legions of gridiron gladiatorial Gods with more history than Helen of Troy and Hector!
Former Clinton scribe Mark Katz remembers his eloquence, deference—and classic gridiron zingers.
cooking utensil, early 14c., griderne, alteration (by association with iron) of gridire (late 13c.), a variant of gridil (see griddle). Confusion of "l" and "r" was common in Norman dialect. Also a medieval instrument of torture by fire. As the word for a U.S. football field, by 1896, for its lines.
: the grid squad/ gridiron victoriesnoun
A football field