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  • 100 Things Falcons Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die

    By Ray Glier

    Our Price: $14.95
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781600787256
    • Publisher: Independent Pub Group
    • Published: August 2012
    Each book in this series provides the best of the best of a particular sports team, indentifying the personalities, events and facts every fan should know--including numbers, nicknames, memorable moments, singular achievements and signature plays--as well as the top things fans should see and do. Original.
  • 4th and Goal Every Day: Alabama's Relentless Pursuit of Perfection

    By Phil Savage

    Our Price: $13.50
    • Format: Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9781250130808
    • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
    • Published: August 2017
  • How the Sec Became Goliath

    By Ray Glier

    Our Price: $17.99
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781476710303
    • Publisher: Simon & Schuster
    • Published: August 2013
    How the SEC Became Goliath covers the Southeastern Conference and how the league became dominant, winning seven straight national championships. Size matters. That’s why the SEC is Goliath, because the Southeastern Conference, top to bottom, has better coaches, better stadiums, better bank accounts, and better weather, but the difference maker is the bigger and better players. The SEC has walked off with the big crystal prize in college football for seven straight years and will not give it back. The talk of “big boy football” grinds on the Buckeyes, Sooners, Longhorns, and Ducks. All they can come back with is “Wait until next year.” Then next year comes and the SEC tribe is chanting in the closing minutes of the National Championship Game, “SEC, SEC, SEC!” The national championship trophy has been in the South for so long it has sunburn. That is why college football is thick with the acrimony: SEC vs. Everyone Else. The domi­nance of the SEC has a lot more to do with the South’s culture than just the rock-’em, sock-’em of football played one day a week. The South lost the Civil War, and sociolo­gists will tell you that there is still a regional angst, an “us against them” mentality, a spirit of “those damn Yankees.” It is not just about championships. The SEC is about culture and competitiveness. . . . It is about players.

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