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God Bless the Crimson Tide : Devotions for the Die-Hard Alabama Fan
by Ed McMinn


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Nothing In America Is More Exciting Than College Sports
Each weekend, stadiums and gymnasiums across America are fi lled with the sound of the band, the smell of nachos and hot dogs, and the roar of the fans. Sports have become an integral part of American life, and college fans are among the loudest and most faithful.
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Overview

Nothing In America Is More Exciting Than College Sports
Each weekend, stadiums and gymnasiums across America are fi lled with the sound of the band, the smell of nachos and hot dogs, and the roar of the fans. Sports have become an integral part of American life, and college fans are among the loudest and most faithful. These fans lead the cheers, speak the language, and know the history. They attend as many games as possible and want to know all they can about "their" team.
'Bama fans are no exception: just take a look at their T-shirts, pillows, bumper stickers, banners, screen savers, coffee mugs, blankets, license plates, and ringtones -- all designed to declare their loyalty and cheer on their team.
This exciting collection of stories from the many sports played at the University of Alabama is perfect for the Crimson Tide fan who is also a fan of God. Each story, while giving accurate information concerning a sporting event, will also lead you into a moment of refl ection about God and his greatness. Alabama fans will have the best of both worlds.
This is the ideal book for the faith-fi lled and faithful Alabama Crimson Tide fan

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781416541882
  • ISBN-10: 1416541888
  • Publisher: Howard Books
  • Publish Date: July 2007
  • Page Count: 195


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