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  • Greats of Originby Neil Cadigan

    HarperCollins Publishers 2011; US$ 23.81

    In 1980 the State of Origin series was born at Lang Park in front of a crowd of 33,000, a hard-fought game in an electrifying atmosphere. Little has changed in three decades, the intensity and determination of the players running onto the field is the stuff from legends. Only now it has become Australia's premier sporting event, attracting a huge... more...

  • Mongrel Punts and the Hard Ball Getsby Paula Hunt; Glenn Manton

    Red Dog Books 2008; US$ 15.99

    An A-Z of everything you wanted to know about footy language — from aerial ping pong and ankle tappers, to yellow submarines and zone defence. more...

  • Southern Comfortby Neil Drysdale

    Birlinn 2011; US$ 6.75

    For the last 140 years, the south of Scotland has been a powerhouse of rugby union. Despite the area?s small population, it has produced clubs in the mould of Hawick, Gala and Melrose, whose names are known wherever the sport is played. And from these organisations has sprung a sublime string of world-class players, which includes the likes of Jim... more...

  • One Great Gameby Don Wallace

    Atria Books 2007; Not Available

    For more than a century, no Number 1 and Number 2 high schoolfootball team had ever met -- until October 6, 2001 One Great Game This is the story of two teams -- Concord De La Salle, a private Catholic school in an upscale Northern California suburb, and Long Beach Poly, a proud public institution from a blue-collar SoCal seaport -- striving to... more...

  • Big Gamesby Michael Bradley

    Potomac Books Inc. 2006; US$ 16.95

    Ahhh, fall. When the air turns crisp and cool, the leaves start turning red and orange and yellow, and a person’s fancy turns to one thing-college football! And there’s not much better in college football than the Big Game, the rivalry that can make or break your season. Your rival is the school where even if you’re 1-10, if that one... more...

  • The Year That Changed the Gameby Jonathan Rand

    Potomac Books Inc. 2008; US$ 16.95

    How the NFL grew up more...

  • Big Playby Allen Barra

    Potomac Books Inc. 2004; US$ 17.95

    In a follow-up to his Clearing the Bases ù Sports IllustratedÆs book of the year for 2002ùsyndicated columnist Allen Barra turns his eye from AmericaÆs pastime to AmericaÆs passion. In this collection of essays, Barra delves into the gridironÆs all-time greats, some of the sportÆs enduring controversies, and suggests... more...

  • Pain Gangby Neil Reynolds

    Potomac Books Inc. 2006; US$ 17.95

    When the going gets tough, these guys get going more...

  • Football's Most Wanted™by Floyd Conner

    Potomac Books Inc. 2000; US$ 6.95

    In 1920, the University of Texas Longhorns ate their mascot at a postseason banquet. In 1940, Turk Edwards of the Washington Redskins suffered a career-ending knee injury during the pre-game coin toss. In 1969, Clive Rush was nearly electrocuted while being introduced as the new coach of the Boston Patriots. During the 1893 Army-Navy game, a general... more...

  • The NFL's Top 100by James Buckley; Boomer Esiason

    Thunder Bay Press 2011; US$ 19.95

    They are the names that football fans will never forget. They played for the Chicago Bears. The New York Giants. The Pittsburgh Steelers. They were quarterbacks, wide receivers, and running backs. Some played for five or six seasons, others for as many as eighteen or nineteen. Some started their careers back in the early days of the NFL, while others... more...