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They're Playing My Game

by Lou Sahadi, Hank Stram & Len Dawson

They’re Playing My Game is a unique look at Hank Stram and his incredible 17-year career as a football coach with the Texans/Chiefs (1960-1974) and New Orleans Saints (1976-1977), and his successful second...


Black and Honolulu Blue: In the Trenches of the NFL

by Keith Dorney & Joe Montana

An unfiltered view of life as a big-time college and NFL player, this autobiography follows Keith Dorney, an All-American at Penn State and an All-Pro with the Detroit Lions, as he recounts his journey to the...


A Season in the Big House: An Unscripted, Insider Look at the Marvel of Michigan Football

by George Cantor & Lloyd Carr

A Season in the Big House: An Unscripted Insider Look at the Marvel of Michigan Football by George Cantor chronicles the 2005 season while offering exclusive perspectives from fans, head coach Lloyd Carr and...


Diary of an Unforgettable Season: 2006 Ohio State Buckeyes

by Steve Snapp & Jim Tressel

The expectations, and the stakes, are always sky-high when Ohio State University prepares to begin a new football season. For much of this decade, the Buckeyes have entered the season with very real and realistic...


A Cowboy's Life: A Memoir

by Kristine Setting Clark, Bob Lilly & Roger Staubach

The humble man from Throckmorton, Texas, often called "the greatest defensive tackle in NFL history," shares his life's journey for the first time in A Cowboy's Life. Bob Lilly recounts his beginnings in Texas,...


Tebow Time: Insights on Winning from Football's Rising Star

by Jesse Hines

Tim Tebow is a rising star of the New York Jets, a Heisman Trophy winner, and “America’s Most Popular Athlete” (ESPN). His energetic and unorthodox style of play, his penchant for producing dramatic comeback...


Chicago Bears: The Drive to 2012: An In-Depth Guide to Off-Season Moves and Pre-Season News

by Chicago Tribune Staff

The Chicago Bears' 2011 season was over long before Major Wright's awkward landing on team captain Brian Urlacher's left knee, which ultimately required off-season surgery. Urlacher, writhing in pain on the...


Best of Rivals: Joe Montana, Steve Young, and the Inside Story behind the NFL's Greatest Quarterback Controversy

by Adam Lazarus

A revealing, in-depth look at the classic rivalry between Joe Montana and Steve Young


The Last Headbangers: NFL Football in the Rowdy, Reckless '70s--The Era that Created Modern Sports

by Kevin Cook

The inside story of the most colorful decade in NFL history—pro football’s raging, hormonal, hairy, druggy, immortal adolescence. Between the Immaculate Reception in 1972 and The Catch in 1982, pro football...


Glory Days: Life with the Dallas Cowboys, 1973-1998

by Stephen D. Stainkamp, William T. Buck Buchanan & Roger Staubach

Buck Buchanan was the beloved equipment manager for the Dallas Cowboys for 25 years, during which time the Cowboys won four Super Bowls. Written with the consent and support of the Dallas Cowboys organization,...


Lamar Hunt: A Life in Sports

by Michael Maccambridge

"I can't separate what part of pro football is business and what part is personal with me," he said. "I just know that it is very important that I succeed."

He had loved games as a young boy, had played them...


Old Leather: An Oral History of Early Pro Football in Ohio, 1920-1935

by Chris Willis & Joe Horrigan

In this collection of original and archival interviews, former players, owners, fans, family members and league officials provide a rare glimpse into the origins of professional football. Chris Willis, head...


Recruiting Confidential: A Father, a Son, and Big Time College Football

by David Claerbaut

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


Yes I Can!: Struggles from Childhood to the NFL

by Neil Smith & Brad Hamann

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


Bart Starr

by Keith Dunnavant

A powerful biography of one of the greatest football players of all time, in the spirit of Namath and Johnny U

 

No quarterback in the history of the NFL can match Bart Starr’s record of achievement. In an...


Gone Pro: Alabama: The Crimson Tide Athletes Who Became Legends

by Steve Millburg

Gone Pro Alabama is a collection of biographies of 220 Crimson Tide athletes who went on to professional careers or Olympics success. Refresh your memory about their glory days at Alabama and find out what happened...


Sid Gillman: Father of the Passing Game

by Josh Katzowitz & Dick Vermeil

Sid Gillman, unlike so many of his coaching colleagues, never wrote a book about himself. He never published his own ideas about the game and why he thought passing the ball in an age where most quarterbacks...


Red Zone: The Greatest Victories in the History of Nebraska Football

by Tom Shatel

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...


Where Football Is King: A History of the SEC

by Christopher J. Walsh

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...


Who's #1?: 100-Plus Years of Controversial National Champions in College Football

by Christopher J. Walsh

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...