THE ESPN SEC FOOTBALL ENCYCLOPEDIA INCLUDES
expanded profiles and histories of all twelve Southeastern Conference football programs, as well as former SEC schools Georgia Tech and Tulane
original essays on what makes each SEC program unique written by such experts as Winston Groom (Alabama), Lou Holtz (South Carolina), and Buster Olney (Vanderbilt)
two-page record books for each school, with all-time and annual leaders
all-time teams, college and pro football hall of fame inductees, first-round draft choices, and retired numbers for every school
a complete bowl history for each team, including box scores
a history of the Southeastern Conference written by Chuck Culpepper, and the all-time SEC team as selected by Ivan Maisel, author of "A War in Dixie.
About the Author
Michael MacCambridge is the editor of ESPN College Football Encyclopedia and ESPN Sportscentury, as well as the author of America’s Game and The Franchise: A History of Sports Illustrated. He lives with his wife and children in St. Louis, Missouri.
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