See also Football.
Tony Barnhart. Southern Fried Football: The History, Passion, and Glory of the Great Southern Game. Triumph Books. 2000. 233pp. College football in the American South.
Keith Dunnavant. The Fifty-year Seduction: How Television Manipulated College Football, from the Birth of the Modern NCAA to the Creation of the BCS. Macmillan. 2004. 281pp.
John Charles Hibner. The Rose Bowl, 1902-1929: A Game-by-Game History of Collegiate Football's Foremost Event, from Its Advent Through Its Golden Era. McFarland & Company. 1993. 204pp.
Mervin D. Hyman; Gordon S. White, Jr.. Big Ten Football: Its Life and Times, Great Coaches, Players, and Games. Macmillan. 1977. 344pp.
K. Adam Powell. Border Wars: The First Fifty Years of Atlantic Coast Conference Football. Scarecrow Press. 2004. 419pp.
Ken Rappoport; Barry Wilner. Football Feuds: The Greatest College Football Rivalries. Globe Pequot. 2007. 224pp.
Raymond Schmidt. Shaping College Football: The Transformation of an American Sport, 1919-1930. Syracuse University Press. 2007. 304pp.
Geoffrey R. Scott. Football Rising to the Challenge: Transitioning from College Athletics to a Professional Football Career. Jones & Bartlett. 2006. 266pp.
John Sayle Watterson. College Football: History, Spectacle, Controversy. JHU Press. 2002. 528pp.
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