Battle's End: A Seminole Football Team Revisited

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Knopf, 1995 - African American football players - 220 pages
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Years after the young Caroline Alexander--just back from Oxford--tutored a group of Florida State football players, all from poor black families, she sought them out to discover what it had been like for them as scholarship athletes and what had become of them. This book provides a unique revelation of the black experience in America, as seen through the aspirations of these talented kids. Photos.

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This book is certainly Florida State football from a different view. The author, an Englishwoman who spent much of her youth in Tallahassee and acted as a tutor at Florida State University for the ... Read full review

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IN THE SHADOW OF THE COLISEUM
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GREG
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JOHN
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