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    The Boys from Old Florida
    Inside Gator Nation
    By Buddy Martin, Foreword by Woody Paige
    (Sports Publishing)
    In The Boys from Old Florida, Buddy Martin takes the reader beneath the surface of Florida football as, without bias or sugar coating, he skillfully excavates the truths behind “The Gator Nation.” In this book, Martin, a Florida native, has chronicled the real stories of Gator coaches and players through... [READ MORE]
    Amazing Tales from Hog Heaven
    A Collection of the Greatest Arkansas Razorbacks Stories Ever Told
    By Nate Allen
    (Sports Publishing)
    The University of Arkansas and its Razorbacks hold a special place in the hearts of Arkansans, not simply because the state has no professional sports teams, but because of the colorful players and coaches who have passed through the campus gates. Author Nate Allen chronicles the good, the bad, and the... [READ MORE]
    Behind the Net
    101 Incredible Hockey Stories
    By Stan Fischler
    (Sports Publishing)
    In Stan Fischler’s latest hockey classic, Behind the Net, Fischler includes a collection of short, zany (but true!) tales that have taken place over more than a half century of hockey-watching. An easy read for fans of all ages with photos to accompany the anecdotes, this book offers a unique perspective... [READ MORE]
    Bob Huggins: Pressed for Success
    By Bob Huggins
    (Sports Publishing)
    Bob Huggins: Pressed for Success is an inspiring book on the events leading up to becoming a national college basketball coach for the University of Cincinnati. In this book he sets the record straight on many debates and controversies that his followers have wondered about for years.Skyhorse Publishing,... [READ MORE]
    The Crispus Attucks High School basketball teams of 1955 and 1956 made Indiana basketball history as the first all-black team to win a state championship and then as the first undefeated team ever to win the championship. The story of Oscar Robertson’s dedication to the game and of the unforgettable... [READ MORE]
    Nobody bleeds Blue like Bob Plager, considered one of the funniest men in hockey. Which means nobody else could have written Tales from the Blues Bench. This rollicking book, co-written with award-winning St. Louis Post-Dispatch sportswriter Tom Wheatley, details Plager's romance with the Bluenotes from... [READ MORE]
    Bill Wennington's Tales From the Bulls Hardwood
    By Bill Wennington
    (Sports Publishing)
    Chicago Bulls fans thought they had it so good. From 1991 through 1993 the Bulls won three consecutive NBA titles behind the talents of Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen. When Jordan retired in the fall of 1993, those fans thought the good times were over. In the fall of 1995, however, Jordan was ready... [READ MORE]
    Baltimore Orioles
    Where Have You Gone? Cal Ripken Jr., Brooks Robinson, Jim Palmer, and Other Orioles Greats
    By Jeff Seidel
    (Sports Publishing)
    Baltimore Orioles: Where Have You Gone? is a unique look at what a number of former Orioles personalities have gone on to do in life since their playing careers ended. Author Jeff Seidel spoke with a wide-ranging number of former Baltimore players, from stars like Cal Ripken Jr. and Brooks Robinson,... [READ MORE]
    A Bowl Full of Memories
    100 Years of Football at the Yale Bowl
    By Rich Marazzi
    (Sports Publishing)
    Bowl Full of Memories: 100 Years of Football at the Yale Bowl covers the Yale football from its inception in 1872 and pays tribute to the historic Yale Bowl, which celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2014. Based on more than 150 interviews—more than 100 of which were conducted with former players—the... [READ MORE]
    Backlund
    From All-American Boy to Professional Wrestling's World Champion
    By Bob Backlund, By Robert H. Miller, Foreword by Roddy Piper
    (Sports Publishing)
    Bob Backlund began life as a poor farm boy in the little village of Princeton, Minnesota, with a population of just over 2,000 people. He was a below-average student with a lackluster work ethic and a bad attitude, who hung with the wrong crowd and made a lot of bad choices. He was a kid whose life was... [READ MORE]
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