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Touchdown! A Guide Tackling the Ins and Outs of College Football

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Fall is officially here and with that means hot chocolate, sweaters and football. There’s no better feeling really than sitting down with some friends on a Saturday afternoon eating some delicious treats and watching your college team win (and sometimes lose!). Let’s be honest, part of the fun while watching the game is shouting at the TV, because we all obviously know better than the referees that the call on the play was wrong. Embarrassment sets in when you think you know exactly what’s going on and then your best friend announces to the room that what you’re saying is actually incorrect and tells you to read up on those football rules. Oops! Here’s the thing ladies, you can skip the embarrassment…

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Interview with Sandra L. Caron and J Michael Hodgson, author of Tackling Football

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Tackling Football: A Woman’s Guide to the College Game provides women with the basics for understanding a college football game – how it is played, the various playing positions, and basic offensive and defensive strategies. It includes a close-up look at what happens before, during, and after the game, as well as how to listen to a play-by-play. It is written in a “user-friendly” format and is drawn from our combined years of experience with college football as spectator, player and coach. We feel that few things in sports compare to the excitement of a weekend college football game – from socializing with friends at the pregame tailgating parties to the energy of the crowd cheering their team’s touchdown over…

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