The Games That Changed The Game ($12) by Ron Jaworkski, takes and in depth look at seven games that changed the way football was and still is played today. Each of these games introduces new coaching schemes and ideologies whose impacts can still be felt. Each game is described quarter by quarter and key plays are described in detail with supporting diagrams. Some of the things you learn are how the West Coast offense came to life, how Buddy Ryans 46 defense was born, and profiles like one on Don Coryell, the father of the wide-open, “go-deep” passing blitzkrieg. If you love football, then this is a most have book for any collection.
In this prequel to Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, we witness the birth of a true heroine. The story opens with the Bennet sisters enjoying an idyllic life in the countryside of England and spend their days gardening, reading and daydreaming about their future marriages. Then a funeral at the local church goes horribly awry. ...[Read More]