Field of Valor: Duty, Honor, Country, and Winning the Heisman
A richly illustrated celebration of athletic and personal accomplishment provides intriguing profiles of five athletes from the U.S. Military Academy and U.S. Naval Academy who were awarded the Heisman Trophy, college football's highest honor, between 1945 and 1963--Felix (Doc) Blanchard, Glenn Davis, Pete Dawkins, Joe Bellino, and Roger Staubach.
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