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WATCHING FOOTBALL 0-7627-3906-1

GREATEST FOOTBALL STORIES EVER TOLD 1-59228-087-0

FOOTBALL FEUDS The Greatest College Football Rivalries KEN RAPPOPORT AND BARRY WILNER

College football has some of the most rabid fans and lunatic emotions in sports. Football Feuds uses, along with fans’ passion, a gauge devised by longtime sportswriters Ken Rappoport and Barry Wilner: the “hate rate.” How bitter is the rivalry? Take for example Texas–Texas A&M, or Michigan–Ohio State. Which conflict is more heated? The intensity generated by rivalries remains at the highest level possi- ble in longtime feuds between Army and Navy, California and Stanford, Florida State and Miami—and many, many more. This is a must-read for the millions of die-hard college football fans who flock to sta- diums across the country every fall.

Ken Rappoport has worked as an Associated Press writer for thirty years, covering every major pro- fessional and college sport. He lives in Old Bridge, New Jersey.

Barry Wilner has been a sportswriter for the Associated Press for twenty years. He has covered every- thing from the Super Bowl to the Olympics. He lives in Garnerville, New York.

  • An insider’s guide to the passion and bitterness that sparks some of college football’s biggest games

  • A colorful retelling of the great college football rivalries—and the greatest games ever played

  • Between them, authors have more than fifty years of sportswriting experience for the Associated Press

  • College football attracts tens of millions of fans each season

  • Includes an 8-page b|w photo insert

  • Paperback original

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