Monthly Archives: January 2019

The Pros, Robert Riger & Tex Maule

The Pros collects work from Sports Illustrated photographer and illustrator Robert Riger, with commentary from Tex Maule.

Review: City of Champions, Hank Gola

City of Champions is an exhaustively-researched book about a high school football team that brings to life small-town America in the late 1930s in ways that are genuinely moving.

Brainwashed, Merril Hoge

In Brainwashed, Hoge argues that the evidence for a link between football and CTE is overstated, incomplete or mistaken and that it is being exaggerated by people who plan to use it to destroy football.

Bob Glauber: ‘Parcells basically accused Walsh of cheating’

Bob Glauber, author of Guts and Glory, discusses the book's origins and reveals his favourite football books.

Top five: Super Bowl books

Interested in how the Super Bowl became one of the world's biggest sporting events? Here are five great reads on the big game.

Review: Hey, Wait a Minute (I Wrote a Book), John Madden

John Madden's first book is essentially an autobiography, but one written with the legendary coach's familiar, relaxed style.