In the sweltering heat of September of 1970 on Legion Field, the USC Trojans and the University of Alabama's Crimson Tide played a game that defined the emancipation of the South from its sordid history of racial segregation. When USC's black running backSam qThe Bamq Cunningham ran roughshod all over the all-white Crimson Tide, more than a football game was won. Based on interviews with many of the game's participants and thoroughly researched this book presents sports as a metaphor for one of the mostprofound social changes in history.Alabama vs. USC and the Game That Changed a Nation Steven Travers. emic snobbery. In the late 1960s, he brought ... In the Southland, there is UCLA, a state school that has grown into a world-renowned institution of learning and research anbsp;...
|Title||:||One Night, Two Teams|
|Publisher||:||Taylor Trade Publications - 2007-08-20|