by Jesse temple Direct Link: Original article Visions of becoming the next Roger Staubach, Walter Payton or Lynn Swann whirled in Corey Johnson’s young mind as the scaled-down plastic replicas of his heroes vibrated across a metallic field. In the basement of his parents’ North Philadelphia home, sleep was secondary on weekends to spirited board-game […]
Original article: NBCSports.com Posted by Michael David Smith on July 8, 2012, 3:04 PM EDT Norman Sas, inventor of Electric Football, dies at 87 The generation that grew up on video games may find this hard to believe, but there was once a time when football fans could entertain themselves for hours by playing a low-tech […]
NORMAN ANDERS SAS NORMAN ANDERS SAS Norman Anders Sas, 87 died in his home with his loved ones at his side on Thursday, June 28, 2012. He was born in New York City where he attended the Bronx High School of Science and entered Massachusetts Institute of Technology as part of the Navy V-12 program […]
By Joe Starkey, TRIBUNE-REVIEW Friday, December 25, 2009 All-time best sports-related Christmas gift? Easy. It’s the same as my worst: An electric football game – Broncos vs. Cowboys – that Santa delivered in the mid-1970’s. I was incredibly pumped until I turned the thing on and saw my running back spinning in circles, as if […]
We just added this site to our links page. Electric Football Zone Be sure to check it out. Paul “efzone” Blair has pulled together some great info regarding miniature electric football in general and also shares some great photos and tips. Check out the link to old Sears catalogs complete with original electric football ads!
Tudor Electric Football NFL Teams are a highly sought after collectible in eBay . There are some definite things to look for and questions to ask sellers when shopping for authentic Tudor Electric Football items. The most sought after items are the small plastic NFL players that move on a vibrating metal field that became […]