Ever wondered what football was like a hundred years ago? Let a book co-authored by the legendary Amos Alonzo Stagg tell you.
SB Nation's "Sunday Morning Quarterback" looks back at the 1994 book "For the Glory" -- a player's point-of-view look at Joe Paterno's Penn State program.
Writers from around SB Nation suggest books College Football fans should pick up to read during the long off season.
The Reading Room looks at John Watterson's 2000 book "College Football" that details the long history of controversy and scandal that has plagued the popular sport.
In 1899 the Mountain Tigers of Sewanee traveled 2,500 miles and defeated five teams in six days. Wendell O. Given' book "Ninety-Nine Iron" recounts the story of that legendary squad.
A review of Robert Reid's A Memorable Season In College Football: A Look Back At 1959. The season was one of the sport's most interesting, featuring Ernie Davis, Syracuse, Billy Cannon, and one of the greatest ever games, Ole Miss-LSU.
In 1940 Clark Shaughnessy lead Stanford to an unexpected undefeated season. In the process, the coach introduced football to the T-formation that revolutionized the way the game was played.
The Football Study Hall Reading Room examines Michael Oriard's "Reading Football" and the value of taking an anthropological perspective toward the sport.
The Football Study Hall Reading Room looks at Lars Anderson's "Carlisle vs. Army" a retelling of the historic 1912 game that pitted Jim Thorpe against Dwight D. Eisenhower.
The Football Study Hall Reading Room looks at Allison Danzig's book on the early history of the sport "Oh, How They Played the Game."
Welcome to the Football Study Hall Reading Room! Here's what is in store for you each week over the course of the long, long off season.