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Game of My Life LSU Tigers: Memorable Stories of Tigers Football
     

Game of My Life LSU Tigers: Memorable Stories of Tigers Football

by Marty Mule
 

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A continuing and ongoing drama, LSU football has been marked by a string of improbable victories and sometimes valiant defeats. Game Of My Life LSU Tigers is the chronicle of over thirty of the greatest players as they tell the story of the game that meant it all.

Marty Mulé has compiled the vivid and poignant single-game stories from three dozen of

Overview

A continuing and ongoing drama, LSU football has been marked by a string of improbable victories and sometimes valiant defeats. Game Of My Life LSU Tigers is the chronicle of over thirty of the greatest players as they tell the story of the game that meant it all.

Marty Mulé has compiled the vivid and poignant single-game stories from three dozen of the most remembered Tiger games of the last eight decades. Readers will relive the fingertip catches, the bone-crunching hits, and epic touchdowns through the eyes—and from the memories—of the LSU players themselves. Tigers such as Jim Taylor, Billy Cannon, Tommy Hodson, Carlos Carson, Matt Mauck, Rohan Davey, JaMarcus Russell, and Marcus Spears also add their words to this storied collection that becomes a must-have for any true Tigers fan and Bayou football lover.

From the words of Tigers coaching legend Paul Dietzel, “This is really like a Tiger time machine, going back to LSU’s greatest football moments with the people who lived them, then and now.”

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781613210086
Publisher:
Sports Publishing LLC
Publication date:
10/01/2011
Series:
Game of My Life Series
Edition description:
Revised and Updated Edition
Pages:
272
Sales rank:
700,392
Product dimensions:
6.20(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.10(d)

Meet the Author

Marty Mulé was a staff writer at the New Orleans Times-Picayune for over three decades where he covered college sports and LSU athletics. He graduated from Louisiana State University in 1970 and continues to cover the athletic triumphs of his alma mater. He now resides in Covington, Louisiana.

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