Kenneth Jarecke's Husker Gameday 2010 - Farewell Big 12 is beyond phenomenal.
The early days of football were marked by brutality as several young men died playing the sport. A group rose up to abolish the game. This book tells the story of how Teddy Roosevelt saved the game of football.
"Death to the BCS" provides college football fans with a through expose of the bowl system, but struggles to fully explain why the big conference commissioners still push the BCS system, except because they can. Or maybe it's because while they don't get the additional revenue of a playoff, they keep much more of that smaller pie.
Scorecasting is an excellent book that challenges most of what you've always held to be true in sports.
Tom Osborne's book "More Than Winning" was re-released by University of Nebraska press. It provides an excellent window into Osborne's life and Nebraska football from the period of 1979-1983.
Book Review: Draft Season - Four Months on the Clock - Author Bobby Deren gives us a look into four players' preparation for the 2009 NFL draft. Florida Atlantic linebacker Frantz Joseph, Michigan cornerback Morgan Trent, South Carolina wide receiver Kenny McKinley and Nebraska offensive tackle Lydon Murtha reveal what they went through in their attempt to get drafted. Great read.
Nebraska meets Iowa State in regional of the 2009 NCAA Volleyball Tournament. Former Husker coach Terry Pettit had a huge part in this match up. Oh, and he has a book.
Seth Davis' "When March Went Mad" is a human story about an amazing season and the evolution of how America watches sports and big events.