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Book Review - Rising Tide: Bear Bryant, Joe Namath

Rising Tide: Bear Bryant, Joe Namath and Dixie's Last Quarter

TT 2/1: In Which Recruiting has Gone Bananas

Today's Tidbits cover cheating, Mark Price, and recruiting rollar coasters.

Mack's Third Act

One of the great pleasures of writing is that it allows you to walk to the edge of a cliff. It’s a beautiful, self-satisfying view. Until you get pushed off. It remains to be seen whether I will...

A Remembrance of Things Past, and a reminder that things don’t last

I wrote the following in the Jones Top Ten this week: Texas and Florida are headed to the same place for very different reasons. While I fully believe that Urban Meyer has lost his passion for the...

Review the Rivalry: Duke Blue Devils

FTRS breaks down the Tech-Duke football rivalry.

Review: The Big Scrum - How Teddy Roosevelt Saved Football

The early days of football were marked by brutality as several young men died playing the sport. A group rose up to abolish the game. This book tells the story of how Teddy Roosevelt saved the game of football.

Big Ten Countdown 41 - Nebraska's First Bowl Game Then 20 Years Of Losing

Nebraska's 1940 season lead to their first-ever bowl game against the Stanford Indians in the 1941 Rose Bowl. The next 20 years would not be so kind to Husker football.

RBR Reading Room: Game of My Life

The RBR Reading Room reviews Tommy Hicks' 2008 book on the history of Alabama football as seen through 30 separate players, "Game of My Life."

College Football History: John Cooper and Mark Richt

A comparison between former Buckeye coach John Cooper and current Bulldog coach Mark Richt.

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