The Walk-On

Inside Northwestern's Rise from Cellar Dweller to Big Ten Champ
By Matt Stewart

I must begin the review of "The Walk-On: Inside Northwestern'S Rise From Cellar Dweller to Big Ten Champ" by Matt Stewartby admitting that I do not know a lot about football. However, this book is about much more than football. My first step was to...

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The Wimbledon Final That Never Was...

And Other Tennis Tales from a By-Gone Era
By Sidney Wood and David Wood

Take a seat in the stands and feel the excitement growing as the players are introduced and take their positions on the court. Can you see them? Hear the balls hit the rackets and the sound of the players moving across the court as the...

The Education of a Tennis Player

By Rod Laver with Bud Collins

The life of any sports professional can be hectic and hard on the family. "The Education of a Tennis Player" is the account of Rod Laver, the only tennis player to have ever won all four major tennis titles. With two Grand Slams and a...

Three Flies Up

My Father, Baseball and Me
By Kelley Dupuis

Kelley Dupuis shares his story with readers. While this story’s focus in on Kelley’s relationship with his father, the author shares much of his own story along the way. His career, his failed marriage, his affair, is honestly discussed in this book. He also introduces...

The Senior

My Amazing Year as a 59-Year-Old College Football Linebacker
By Mike Flynt, Don Yaeger

Mike Flynt grew up in a tough family. He learned to fight when he was young. During his senior year at Sul Ross State University, he was the Captain of the football team. Unfortunately, he was kicked off the team for fighting. Flynt married and raised...