I Hate Michigan: 303 Reasons Why You Should, Too

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Crane Hill Publishers, 1995 - Humor - 96 pages
After conquering the collegiate scene, the I Hate series branched out into all those everyday nuisances you love to hate. Writer and columnist Susan Murphy crystallizes our worst pet peeves and renders them laughable in this lighthearted new twist on the I Hate collegiate sports books by Paul Finebaum that have achieved bestselling status nationwide. And in retaliation for all the laughs Susan has gotten at his expense, husband Harold has penned his own "gotcha" book -- I Hate Women.

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About the author (1995)

Paul Finebaum was born in Memphis, Tennessee in 1955. He received a liberal arts degree in political science from the University of Tennessee. He used to be a columnist and investigative reporter for the Birmingham Post-Herald. He is a college football analyst for ESPN and the host of a daily national radio show heard on ESPN and SiriusXM and simulcast on the SEC Network. He also wrote several books including My Conference Can Beat Your Conference: Why the SEC Still Rules College Football and the I Hateż series, which includes I Hate Notre Dame: 303 Reasons Why You Should, Too, and several similarly titled works about most major college athletic programs.

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