Praise for Watterson's College Football: qWatterson painstakingly details the development from an overly rough, rugby-like battle to the highly organized, semiprofessional game of today.q -- Library Journal qWorking with an impressive assortment of historical materials and documents, Watterson documents how, over the years, reformers have made the game less hazardous for players and more exciting for spectators.q -- Christian Science MonitorUpon his arrival, Hoover was ensconced in a thoroughly secluded, wild, and uncultivated pocket of the mountains, ... When a dam was leaking, several men had to engage in dam repair, which meant finding the right stones to seal the leaks.
|Title||:||The Games Presidents Play|
|Author||:||John Sayle Watterson|
|Publisher||:||JHU Press - 2006-09-27|