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The traditions of Georgia football are as timeless as any in American sports. This exciting series draws together the insights from nearly 100 former players, coaches, and fans, who tell their personal stories about what being a part of this legendary football program means to them.
Published: Triumph Books an imprint of Independent Publishers Group on
ISBN: 9781617495571
List price: $11.99
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