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Coach Dick Colman, left, with Cosmo Iacavazzi ’65 in 1964. (PAW Archives)
Coach Dick Colman, left, with Cosmo Iacavazzi ’65 in 1964. (PAW Archives)

At halftime of this weekend’s Princeton-Harvard game, the University will honor the 1964 Tigers football team, which completed the program’s last perfect season 50 years ago this fall. The team included a trio of All-Americans — running back Cosmo Iacavazzi ’65, linebacker Stas Maliszewski ’66, and kicker Charlie Gogolak ’66 — as well as future College Football Hall of Fame coach Dick Colman. [caption id="attachment_9964" align="alignright" width="300"]Bill Bradley ’65, left, with Iacavazzi at Commencement. (PAW Archives) Bill Bradley ’65, left, with Iacavazzi at Commencement. (PAW Archives)[/caption] The 1964 Tigers beat Harvard 16-0 in the last game of a four-week shutout streak. Princeton’s defense surrendered just 53 points in the nine-game season. In the final game, a 17-12 win over Cornell, Iacavazzi scored a touchdown to raise his career scoring total to 186 points, breaking a 51-year-old record previously held by Hobey Baker 1914. Iacavazzi had the rare distinction of appearing on PAW’s cover twice in his senior year, first in the fall, alongside Colman, and also in July, next to basketball star Bill Bradley ’65 at Commencement. (Bradley, not to be outdone, was on PAW’s cover three times that year.)