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I Hate Georgia Tech

Author : Paul Finebaum
ISBN : 157587119X
Genre : Humor
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Bet you never knew there were so many reasons to hate GEORGIA TECH! You will laugh out loud as Paul Finebaum goes down the list...

Georgia Tech

Author : Matthew Hild
ISBN : 9781439664933
Genre : Education
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From humble beginnings as a small technological institute that opened in 1888, Georgia Tech has become one of the nation's top-10-ranked public universities, according to U.S. News & World Report rankings, and is renowned throughout the world for its excellence in technological education and research. Famous Georgia Institute of Technology alumni include Jimmy Carter, G. Wayne Clough, Jeff Foxworthy, Sam Nunn, Randolph Scott, and Leonard Wood, along with many famous athletes. Georgia Tech has won four national college football championships, the first in 1917 under the legendary coach John Heisman. Today, Georgia Tech has a student body of more than 29,000 at the undergraduate and graduate levels and more than 155,000 living alumni. The institute has an annual economic impact of about $3 billion upon Georgia's economy.

Jackrabbit The Story Of Clint Castleberry And The Improbable 1942 Georgia Tech Football Season

Author : Bill Chastain
ISBN : 9781937644062
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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He ran like a crazed jackrabbit, according to one awe-struck sportswriter. Clint Castleberry was already an Atlanta-area football sensation when he arrived at Georgia Tech in 1942, and in one meteoric college season he became a national sports hero as well. He was the first college freshman ever to be voted All-American. At least one Heisman Trophy was all but certain. Though weighing just 155 pounds, he seemed destined to become one of the greatest tailbacks in college football history. But then World War II intervened, and Castleberry became, instead, another young man whose destiny was cut short. His #19 is the only number ever retired in the illustrious history of Georgia Tech football. Bill Chastain weaves Clint Castleberry’s story around other legends of Georgia Tech football--including John Heisman, William Alexander, and Bobby Dodd—to create a glorious portrait of a proud football tradition and America’s Greatest Generation.

I Love Texas I Hate Oklahoma

Author : Pete Davis
ISBN : 9781623680381
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Presented in a unique reversible-book format, this is the ultimate Texas Longhorns fan guide to the passionate and historic rivalry with the Oklahoma Sooners. Full of interesting trivia, hilarious history, and inside scoops, the book relates the fantastic stories of legendary Longhorn coaches and star players, as well as the numerous villains and their even worse fans who have represented the Sooners over the years. Like two books in one, this completely biased account of the rivalry shows there really is no fine line between love and hate; rather, it's as wide as the Red River itself. This is the defining book on the Texas-Oklahoma rivalry and is a must-read for every true Longhorns fan.

The Diehard Football Fan S Bucket List Blitz

Author : Steve Greenberg
ISBN : 9781493028245
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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In the first and only all-inclusive football fan’s bucket-list book, author Steve Greenberg gives readers a full-color, full-speed ride through 101 must-see and must-do gridiron experiences—from high school to the NFL, from coast to coast, from must-have eats to the game’s best seats, from the sport’s greatest rivalries to its meccas and museums. This book—filled with photos, maps, sidebars, and loads of football attitude—is an essential guide to a football fan’s fantasy (or real!) road-trip and To Do list.

I Love Georgia I Hate Florida

Author : Patrick Garbin
ISBN : 9781623680350
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Spotlighting a team that holds the edge in a series dating back to 1915, this pro-Georgia history proves why fans should love the Bulldogs and hate their archrivals, the Florida Gators. A pep talk from Vince Dooley is featured as is beloved mascot Uga, and the Gator Stomp that made Tim Tebow look even goofier than usual is highlighted for good measure. This entertaining chronicle argues for adoring Buck Belue while raking Rex Grossman over the coals, relating the fantastic coaching stories of the legendary W. A. Cunningham, Wally Butts, and Vince Dooley as well as up-close and personal chats with Fran Tarkenton, Herschel Walker, Boss Bailey, and more. Combining the legacy of a timeless rivalry with challenging trivia and insider knowledge, this definitive account grapples with a southern clash as broad as the GeorgiaFlorida state line."

Georgia Tech Football Dirty Joke Book

Author : Rich Sims
ISBN : 1508765391
Genre : Humor
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A funny joke book about Georgia Tech Football. It is filled with dirty jokes about your favorite Georgia Tech fan you love to hate. It makes a great gift or a book to share with friends. You will be telling these jokes over and over again to your laughing friends.

The Southern Tailgating Cookbook

Author : Taylor Mathis
ISBN : 9781469610634
Genre : Cooking
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According to tailgating enthusiast Taylor Mathis, "You'll understand why a game day in the South is unlike any other" when you read this cookbook. Mathis traveled across twelve states to document the favorite foods and game-day traditions embraced by thousands of fans at colleges and universities throughout the football-crazy South. Featuring 110 vibrant recipes inspired by Mathis's tailgating tours, The Southern Tailgating Cookbook is chock-full of southern football culture, colorful photographs of irresistible dishes from simple to extravagant, and essential preparation instructions. Recipes cover a full day of dishes, with meals for every taste. From Chicken-Sweet Potato Kabobs to Zesty Arugula and Kale Salad to Deep-Fried Cookie Dough, there is something for every fan. Mathis also serves up day-before checklists, advice on packing for a tailgate, food safety information, and much more. His entertaining rundowns on unique southern football traditions--from fans' game-day attire and hand signals to the music of the marching bands--are sure to lift both seasoned and novice tailgaters to greater heights of tailgate pleasure.

American Book Publishing Record

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105117254537
Genre : Books
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The New Leader

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ISBN : UCSB:31205017360510
Genre : Socialism
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Georgia Tech Library Notes

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ISBN : UIUC:30112045303812
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The Guest List

Author : Fern Michaels
ISBN : 9781420128802
Genre : Fiction
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The Guest List For the first time ever, Abby Mitchell feels that the world is her Oyster. Her first book has found a publisher, a daring new surgery promises to take away the birthmark that mars her lovely face; and there's a new man in her life, a man who sees beyond her flaw. . .into her heart. Best of all, though, is that Abby has been reunited with her sister Mallory. Separated as girls after their parents died in a double tragedy, Abby always dreamed that, one day, they would be together again. But while two loving sisters make up for lost time, danger hides in the shadows. Now, Abby and Mallory have planned a sumptuous party--unaware that their gathering will include and uninvited guest who will do anything to keep the past hidden. . .

Long Time Leaving

Author : Roy Blount, Jr.
ISBN : 9780307496607
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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“I left the South in search of the Enlightenment. I’m pro-choice, in favor of gay marriage, and against creationism and the war in Iraq. But both my parents’ people are deep Southern from many generations, and I spent a little over a third of my life, including the presumably most formative years (toilet training through college), living in the South. Mathematically, that makes me just about exactly as Southern as the American people, 34 percent of whom are Southern residents. But it goes deeper than math—my roots are Southern, I sound Southern, I love a lot of Southern stuff, and when my [Northern] local paper announces a festival to ‘celebrate the spirit of differently abled dogs,’ I react as a Southerner. I believe I care as much about dogs’ feelings as anybody. It is hard for me to imagine that a dog with three legs minds being called a three-legged dog.” A sly, dry, hilarious collection of essays—his first in more than ten years—from the writer who, according to The New York Times Book Review, is “in serious contention for the title of America’s most cherished humorist.” This time Blount focuses on his own dueling loyalties across the great American divide, North vs. South. Scholarly, raunchy, biting and affable, ol’ Roy takes on topics ranging from chicken fingers to yellow-dog Democrats to Elvis’s toes. And he shares experiences: chatting with Ray Charles, rounding up rattlesnakes, watching George and Tammy record, meeting an Okefenokee alligator (also named George, or Georgette), imagining Faulkner’s tennis game, and being swept up, sort of, in the filming of Nashville. His yarns, analyses, and flights of fancy transcend all standard shades of Red, Blue, and in between. Roy on language: “Remember when there was lots of agitated discussion of Ebonics, pro and con? I kept waiting for someone to say that if you acquire white English, you can become Clarence Thomas, whereas if you acquire black English, you can become Quentin Tarantino.” Roy on eating: “The way folks were meant to eat is the way my family ate when I was growing up in Georgia. We ate till we got tired. Then we went “Whoo!” and leaned back and wholeheartedly expressed how much we regretted that we couldn’t summon up the strength, right then, to eat some more.” Roy on racism: “Anybody who claims . . . not to have ‘a racist bone’ in his or her body is, at best, preracist and has a longer way to go than the rest of us.” Blount’s previous books have included reflections on a Southern president (Jimmy Carter), a novel about a Southern president (Clementine Fox), a biography of Robert E. Lee, a celebration of New Orleans, a memoir of growing up in Georgia, and the definitive anthology of Southern humor. Long Time Leaving is the capper. Maybe it won’t end the Civil War at last, but it does clarify, or aptly complicate, divisive delusions on both sides of the longstanding national rift. It’s a comic ode to American variety and also a droll assault on complacency North and South—a glorious union of diverse pieces reshaped and expanded into an American classic, from one of the most definitive and esteemed humorists of our time.

Crazy As A Run Over Dog But Don T Blame It All On The Animals

Author : Mike Rowland
ISBN : 9781483411026
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For many of us, life is about the stories that make up our past, provide context for the present, and give hope for our future. As an art form, storytelling has fallen victim to the smart phone, the computer tablet, and the video game. We just don't take time anymore to pass along the stories that define our culture, our heritage, and our character. Crazy as a Run Over Dog is one man's attempt to renew the tradition of legacy building by telling the stories of everyday experiences that remind us we are all more alike than we are different.

Billion Dollar Branding

Author : Honey Parker
ISBN : 9781614482734
Genre : Business & Economics
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Two advertising veterans explain the myths about branding—and how even the smallest businesses can benefit by defining themselves to their customers. Branding may be the single most misunderstood concept in marketing. It’s not only for big businesses with big bucks. It’s not about a logo, a color, a font, or a type of advertising. Branding is defining a company’s image in such a way that the customer is left with a single feeling about that business and what they do. Branding is about finding a business’s juicy center. Even small businesses on shoestring budgets and sole practitioners can learn the principles of good branding—an effort that encompasses not just messaging, but multiple day-to-day decisions that shape and build your customers’ perceptions and emotions. With numerous real-life examples and the expertise that comes only from experience, this book guides you to a new way of thinking about your business, and the kind of wisdom that no amount of money can buy.

Southern Cultures

Author : Harry L. Watson
ISBN : 9780807837658
Genre : History
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In the Winter 2012 issue of Southern Cultures… The Great Debate: NASCAR vs. College Football Undercover: Inside the World of the Debutante On the Backroads: Country Stores and the Days of Yore A Look at the Numbers: Race and Region in the American South and Beyond Autobiography: Cotton Milling in Alabama and Understanding Personal Identity in the South . . . and more. Southern Cultures is published quarterly (spring, summer, fall, winter) by the University of North Carolina Press. The journal is sponsored by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Center for the Study of the American South.

Dress Her In White And Gold

Author : Robert B. Wallace (Jr.)
ISBN : UOM:39015058473136
Genre : Georgia
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Campus Hate Speech On Trial

Author : Timothy C. Shiell
ISBN : STANFORD:36105134459507
Genre : Education
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This pathbreaking study makes the case that campus speech codes--no matter how well-grounded in history, law, or philosophy--have done far more harm than good. An update of the original 1998 edition, this new version contains substantial material on recent cases and conflicts.

Books In Print

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105025888475
Genre : American literature
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The Furman Bisher Collection

Author : Furman Bisher
ISBN : UCAL:$B9446
Genre : Newspapers
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A collection of sports articles written for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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