A Tailgater’s Guide to SEC Football Volume IV

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By Chris Warner. Featured on the History Channel Documentary “Tailgating,” This is the definitive guide to Southeastern Conference Football history, tradition, popular culture and related folklore. A history of college football in the South precedes chapters on each school; their early histories, how they acquired their mascots, colors and nicknames; where to go out to eat and drink in each college town so you can take over when you get there; recommended bail bondsmen and hospitals, where to golf and shop as well as 14 authentic Cajun tailgating recipes named after each school. This is volume IV of the popular series, including new chapters on expansion teams Texas A&M and Missouri. Also includes a history of tailgating. This is the Bible of SEC Football…Do you live for SEC Football Saturdays? Do you love to show your spirit by following your alma mater on the road in the SEC? If so, this one-of-a-kind book is especially for you! Makes a great gift for the SEC Die-Hard.

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Chris Warner

A native of New Iberia, Louisiana (1970), Chris Warner is a double graduate of LSU in Baton Rouge and of the University of New Orleans, where he earned a doctorate in 2002. He is the author of over twenty titles, including "A Tailgater's Guide to SEC Football Volume IV," which landed him on the History Channel documentary, "Tailgating" with Tom Arnold in 2004. He is the co-author of "The Wagon to Disaster" with Aaron Beam, former HealthSouth CFO. The title was featured on CNBC's American Greed in 2009. He is also the author of "Bushwhacked at the Flora-Bama" with Joe Gilchrist, and a related novel, "Saved at the Alabama-Florida Line." He lives with his family in L.A. (Lower Alabama). Chris is also a noted speaker, offering the favored keynote address, “The History of College Football in the South, the History of the SEC and the History of Tailgating” to various SEC alumni groups, Rotary, Kiwanis and football fan clubs.