NC Sports Annotated Topical Bibliography FOOTBALL Barrier, Smith. On Carolina's Gridiron: 1888-1936, A History of Football at the University of North Carolina.
The College Football Bibliography (Bibliographies and Indexes on Sports History) [Myron J. Smith] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. With more than 12, 000 entries, this is the most comprehensive bibliography yet published on the literature of college football. Organized into five major sections.
Annotated Bibliography; Community Problem Report; Photo Story; Anderson, R.J “Heads in the Game” Scientific America Mar. 2011: 12-20. Print This article talks about using state of the art technology in football helmets. This technology is called Head Impact Telemetry (HIT). It consist of six tiny accelerometer sensors placed inside the helmet.
Right on the heels of Smith's bibliography, Professional Football [RBB O 1 93], comes his compilation on college football since 1869. It is arranged the same as the previous work: sections listing reference works, general works, conferences, and individual teams, followed by the largest section listing biographies of players and coaches. (Also included is a brief section on rivalries, big games, and postseason play.) More than 12,000 books, chapters in annuals, and periodical articles are listed, covering more than 300 college teams and more than 1,000 players. There are indexes by author and subject. All libraries in colleges with a football team will want this book; public libraries should consider purchase, too. Sandy Whiteley
Red Blaik, byname of Earl Henry Blaik (born February 15, 1897, Dayton, Ohio, U.S.—died May 6, 1989, Colorado Springs, Colorado), American college gridiron football coach whose teams compiled a 166–48–14 record during his tenures as head coach at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire and at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York.
Bibliography; Bibliography. Works Cited 'Camp, Walter.'. Walter Camp, Father of American Football.' College Football. College Sports Report, 2013. Web. 11 Apr. 2013. <http:// 'Edukalife.' Edukalife. N.p., n.d. Web. <http://edukalife.blogspot.com/2012/09/a-brief-history-of-american-football.html>.
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