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Sports illustrated's the best 18 golf holes in America
Bo Jackson (A Sports Illustrated for Kida Biography)
Sports Illustrated-Golf Course 2013 Wall Calendar
Play Football Like a Pro: Key Skills and Tips (Play Like the Pros (Sports Illustrated for Kids))
Collectors' Guide to Sports Illustrated and Sports Publications
Sports Illustrated - November 3, 1986 Issue: Mets World Series Win Cover, Jack Nicholson, and More! (Volume 65 Number 19)
Golf's Greatest Rivalry: The Five Most Memorable Ryder Cups as Told by Sports Illustrated
Sports Illustrated Book of the Apocalypse: Two Decades of Sports Absurdity
  • Sports Illustrated Book of the Apocalypse: Two Decades of Sports Absurdity
  • Book Description.For the last 20 years, Sports Illustrated has collected and featured weekly signs from the world of sports that the Apocalypse is upon us: Tales of frenzied fans, egomaniacal coaches, Hall of Famers who run afoul of the law, mind-boggling bureaucracy, violent behavior and tastel
UNDER THE TARNISHED DOME: HOW NOTRE DAME BETRAYED IDEALS FOR FOOTBALL GLORY
  • UNDER THE TARNISHED DOME: HOW NOTRE DAME BETRAYED IDEALS FOR FOOTBALL GLORY
  • Because it was not available in galley form, this controversial expos{‚}e of corruption in the Notre Dame football program was not available for early review in Upfront. However, Notre Dame grad and devoted Irish football fan Will Manley has his say on the book in this issue's Manley Arts. See p.219. Bill OttAbout the Author.
The Jim Murray Reader
  • The Jim Murray Reader
  • "It''s easy to bash sportswriters at newspapers, a section sometimes called The Toy Shop. Every fan thinks it would be a great life—all those games for free! But the travel and covering bad teams can take its toll. From this collection, you get the sense that Jim Murray never minded any of that. It is nice to read the work of a true professional who loved his job.
The Sweet Season: A Sportswriter Rediscovers Football, Family, and a Bit of Faith at Minnesota's St. John's University
Who's Afraid of a Large Black Man?
  • Who's Afraid of a Large Black Man?
  • com Review."Racism," Charles Barkley says, "is the biggest cancer of my lifetime. And I know I can't cure the cancer, but doesn't somebody have to attack it?" Barkley's means of attack in Who's Afraid of a Large Black Man?--not surprising from one of the most outspoken athletes of our time--is to break past the taboo of race by talking about it in the open.
Jocko
  • Jocko
  • “Entertainingly told . . . [Jocko has an] almost primitive zeal for baseball and conveys it in colorful anecdotes.”—New York Times Book ReviewAbout the Author.Robert W. Creamer, who has contributed a new afterword to this Bison Books edition, was formerly a writer and editor for Sports Illustrated.
BLACK FIVES: The Alpha Physical Culture Club's Pioneering African American Basketball Team, 1904-1923
Lamar Hunt: A Life in Sports
  • Lamar Hunt: A Life in Sports
  • Michael MacCambridge has written about movies, music, and popular culture, but he is best known as one of the nation's foremost authorities on pro and college football. His book America's Game: The Epic Story of How Pro Football Captured A Nation was named one of the most distinguished works of non-fiction by the Washington Post in 2004.

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