The Little Book of College Football Law
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For football fans, it isn't too difficult to conjure up vivid memories of a pleasant fall afternoon on a favorite college campus—briskly and enthusiastically approaching the football stadium, proudly clad in team colors, surrounded by the excited throng of fans, the crisp air reverberating from the blare of the school fight song. Whether we graduated last year or decades earlier, that compelling anticipation doesn't dissipate much with the passage of time. College football is timeless. And so, it seems, are the controversies that surround this erstwhile endeavor filled with more than its fair share of passionate people, controversies that have resulted in a fascinating body of law. Divided into four sections—players, coaches, spectators, and the NCAA—The Little Book of College Football Law covers everything from injuries to sexual discrimination to recruiting violations to that old standby for both college and football, alcohol. This book is a riveting and amusing collection of sports jurisprudence dealing with a number of major collegiate football programs from around the country. It also includes 18 recipes, including such delicacies as "Kickoff" Gumbo, "Touchdown Time" Chicken Wings, and "Field Goal" Jalapeno Cornbread, for all your tailgating needs.