The Big Ten: A Century of Excellence

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Sagamore Publishing, Jan 1, 1996 - Sports & Recreation - 456 pages
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The Big Ten: A Century of Excellence is the definitive history of intercollegiate athletics' oldest and most prestigious conference. Designed in an easy-to-read format, the conference-endorsed Big Ten centennial book contains historical reference material about the Big Ten's first 100 seasons. Among the features are sketches of the big events, features on the team champions, stories about the premier athletes, notes about the influential coaches and administrators, information about the Big Ten's pioneers, and vignettes about the conference's academic achievements. The book's appendix includes a synopsis of each university's coaches and administrators.

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Dale is the former marketing chief of the Indiana Pacers. He was an NBA executive for more than 20 years and is the author of more than three dozen sports books and the author/coauthor of a dozen or more crossword puzzle books and The Unofficial Colts Trivia Book.

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