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  • Cowboys Chroniclesby Marty Strasen; Danny White

    Triumph Books 2010; US$ 27.95

    Commemorated to honor the 50th anniversary of the Dallas Cowboys?one of the most prominent and popular franchises in professional sports? Cowboys Chronicles presents the colorful history of "America's Team." This lively retrospective features every game of every season, the unforgettable players, coaches, and Super Bowl teams, and even the world-famous... more...

  • Canes vs. Gatorsby Marty Strasen; Brock Berlin

    Sports Publishing 2016; US$ 19.99

    All parties seem to be in agreement that the rivalry between the University of Miami and the University of Florida is as nasty and historical as they come; going back to the thirties, it?s the state of Florida?s oldest major rivalry. Gators beat writer Pat Dooley described the vitriolic rivalry to the author simply as vile.? History would prove that... more...

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