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  • Of Mikes and Menby Curt Smith

    Taylor Trade Publishing 1998; US$ 23.99

    Drawing fans to the stadium, person or by radio/TV, the Voices in this book shaped the way generations experience the game. This book shares their recollections many todl expressly for this book-about subjects as diverse as the early AFL, Lombardi and Landry. more...

  • 77by Terry Frei

    Taylor Trade Publishing 2009; US$ 9.99

    Asserting that the 1977 AFC champion Denver Broncos were the tipping point for the transformation of Denver, Colorado from cowtown to today's sports and entertainment mecca, author Terry Frei provides an intimate look at the team and the city it brought together at a time of great change. Along with profiles of legendary players, Frei describes Denver's... more...

  • Who's #1?by Christopher J. Walsh

    Taylor Trade Publishing 2007; US$ 25.50

    There's nothing quite as controversial in American sports as college football's national championship, making it common fodder for talk around the water cooler as well as loftier debates among professional journalists in the sports pages. Walsh takes a comprehensive view of over a century of controversy, breaking teams down into one of three categories:... more...

  • Where Football Is Kingby Christopher J. Walsh

    Taylor Trade Publishing 2006; US$ 25.50

    Arguably the best football conference in America, the Southeastern Conference (SEC) contains some of the most storied programs in the history of college football. Christopher Walsh provides a team-by-team history of the SEC and describes the classic games, players and coaches in the conference's 73-year history. From his unique vantage point as beat... more...

  • Recruiting Confidentialby David Claerbaut

    Taylor Trade Publishing 2003; US$ 23.50

    This book provides unprecedented access to the intriguing and sometimes Byzantine world of NCAA Division I football recruiting. more...

  • Run to Daylight!by Vince Lombardi

    Simon & Schuster 2013; US$ 11.99

    In the golden years of professional football, one team and one coach reigned supreme: the 1960s Green Bay Packers, and the fiery Vince Lombardi. Run to Daylight! is Lombardi’s own diary of a week at the helm of that magnificent club. Together with legendary sports-journalist, W.C. Heinz, Lombardi takes us from the first review of game films on Monday... more...

  • Yes I Can!by Neil Smith; Brad Hamann

    Taylor Trade Publishing 1998; US$ 13.99

    Tells the story of the Denver Bronco's fight to overcome dyslexia, graduate from high school, and become a successful NFL player. more...

  • Last Team Standingby Matthew Algeo

    Chicago Review Press 2013; US$ 13.99

    Tracing the history of the National Football League during World War II, this book delves into the severe player shortage during the war which led to the merging of the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Philadelphia Eagles, creating the “Steagles.” The team’s center was deaf in one ear, its wide receiver was blind in one eye (and partially blind in the... more...

  • Football Revolutionby Bart Wright

    UNP - Nebraska Paperback 2013; US$ 19.95

    For the last twenty-five years, the most dominant offensive strategy in college football has been the spread offense, which relies on empty backfields, lots of receivers and passing, and no huddles between plays. Where the spread offense started, why it took so long to take hold, and the evolution of its many variations are the much-debated mysteries... more...

  • Red Zoneby Tom Shatel

    Taylor Trade Publishing 1998; US$ 28.99

    Red Zone: The Greatest Victories in the History of Nebraska Football looks at the greatest games in the history of Nebraska football. It takes you back to the colorful characters and the breathtaking moments that made Nebraska football the greatest program in college football and the pride of the state of Nebraska. more...