Post Profile






The Glorious Gridiron Cryptowars Imagined by a 1970s NSA Employee

This weekend’s big game is a chance for Americans to enjoy the best of football: offensive skill, defensive dedication, and impressive backup dancing during halftime. But what you won’t see is any codebreaking—presumably to the disappointment of the National Security Agency employee who once predicted (sort of) that cryptography would dominate football by 1999. From 1974 to 1997, the NSA published a staff magazine called Cryptolog that was intended to help the expanding staff at the agency exchange ideas with one another.
read more

share

Related Posts


Five college football games to watch in Week 9

American Football / College Sports : On Campus

A Big 12 showdown between a fast-paced offense and stout defense headlines this week's top college gridiron matchups. Here's a closer look at the top five college football games to watch this week: A Big 12 showdown between a fast-p...

The Jaguars Grounds Crew Looking For New Employees

Sports / American Football : The Pigskin Doctors

October 2, 2011 – Capt. Gridiron Now hiring : Jacksonville Jaguars looking for grounds crew to paint football field before game. Skills include spray paint experience and knowledge of how a big stencil works. Last employee, well, no...

Ohio State Football Team Dances During B-Ball Game Halftime (Video)

Sports : Total Pro Sports

During halftime of the Ohio State-Wisconsin game, the cheerleaders stepped aside to make room for the Ohio State football players. They might not have the right moves, but what they lack in dancing ability, the Buckeyes players more...

Memphis Fan Celebrates Win with Bad Dancing, Air Guitar (Video)

Sports : Total Pro Sports

Memphis hasn’t seen a lot of success on the gridiron; they’re more of a springtime athletic system. But they enjoy a good football win nonetheless. So when they won a matchup against Cincinnati, the Tigers fans broke out the souther...

Michigan Football Returns, But For How Long? Wolverines Beat Hoosiers, 34-10

Sports : The Inquisitr - Sport

For one, glorious Homecoming weekend, Michigan football was back. How long that will last, though,… Fox Sports is reporting that Michigan’s offense utilized everyopportunity and Michigan’s defense dominated a roughed-up Indiana team...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC