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Scarlet Fever: A Razorback House Divided
     

Scarlet Fever: A Razorback House Divided

by Robert Shields
 

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Robert Shields is a syndicated sports writer who has covered the Arkansas Razorbacks for over a decade with his columns. He is also the author of other books including "The Economics of Sex." In this book, he compiles his sports columns that covered the drama that surrounded the Razorback Football Program during the last years of coach Houston Nutt's career with

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Robert Shields is a syndicated sports writer who has covered the Arkansas Razorbacks for over a decade with his columns. He is also the author of other books including "The Economics of Sex." In this book, he compiles his sports columns that covered the drama that surrounded the Razorback Football Program during the last years of coach Houston Nutt's career with Arkansas. The book captures the raw emotions on both sides of the debate of this embattled coach.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781257411788
Publisher:
Lulu.com
Publication date:
07/19/2011
Sold by:
LULU PRESS
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB

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Robert Shields has been a syndicated sports writer for over a decade. “Daphne and Her No. 2 Ticonderoga” is his first book in the fictional series the Mysterious Girls Secret Bathroom Society. He has authored other books including “The Economics of Sex”, “Confessions of the Self Absorbed Observer: What I Saw Today” and “Scarlet Fever: A Razorback House Divided”. Shields is also an expert witness as an economist in the utility industry. He has testified in a multitude of dockets and other legal proceedings. He graduated at the top of his economics class at the University of Arkansas and won the award as the “Most Outstanding Student in Economics.”

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