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College Football Offseason Book List

College Football Offseason Book List - In Which We Recommend Death to the BCS, Meat Market, and Scorecasting

Review: Draft Season - Four Months on the Clock (What It's Like Preparing for the NFL Draft)

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.

Lane Kiffin getting more mileage out of fewer secondary violations

Lane Kiffin's getting more publicity for fewer secondary violations than other schools.

Rocky Top Tennessee: 128 pages of ad-free Tennessee Volunteer football content

Rocky Top Tennessee 2009, a Maple Street Press annual containing 128 pages of ad-free content about the Tennessee Volunteers football team, is now available for pre-order.

RTT exclusive interview with Bruce Feldman, author of Meat Market

An exclusive interview with Bruce Feldman, author of Meat Market, from Tennessee Volunteer blog Rocky Top Talk.

Bruce Feldman's Meat Market: the Big Orange perspective

A review of Bruce Feldman's excellent book Meat Market, from the perspective of a Tennessee Volunteer fan.

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