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by Mr. Paul Hemphill,Vince Dooley,Rheta Grimsley Johnson,Ken & Joyce Ringer,Cynthia Tucker,David Housel,Anne Rivers Siddons

Author: Mr. Paul Hemphill,Vince Dooley,Rheta Grimsley Johnson,Ken & Joyce Ringer,Cynthia Tucker,David Housel,Anne Rivers Siddons
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: Pebble Hill Books; First edition (August 24, 2008)
Pages: 288 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.2
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Paul Hemphill has passed away now, but fortunately for Auburn football fans he completed this book first.

Paul Hemphill has passed away now, but fortunately for Auburn football fans he completed this book first. It treats McKissick, Petrie, Heisman, Ducote and Hitchcock just as thoroughly as it does Tidwell, Jordan, Sullivan, Dye, Bo, and Tuberville. The book is generous with photographs, the modern ones in color and many of them large. It also explores the political and sociological environments of Auburn football.

A Tiger Walk through History book. In this lively and fascinating book, noted writer and Auburn alum Paul Hemphill tells the story of the progress of Auburn from that first game coached by Auburn legend George Petrie through the team’s growth and development into the national force it is today.

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In this lively and fascinating book, noted writer and Auburn alum Paul Hemphill tells the story of the progress of Auburn from that first game coached by Auburn legend George Petrie through the team's growth and development into the national force it is today. Hemphill records the many highs and occasional lows, and the heartbreak and jubilation each caused, noting the standouts great and small on the way. A Tiger Walk through History contains 172 photographs, many of them rare and surprising.

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In this lively and fascinating book, noted writer and Auburn alum Paul Hemphill tells the story of the progress of Auburn from that first game coached by Auburn legend George Petrie through the team’s growth and development into the national force it is today. Hemphill records the many highs and occasional lows, and the heartbreak and jubilation each caused, noting the standouts great and small on the way.

A Tiger Walk through History contains 172 photographs, many of them rare and surprising. The text and photos capture the many great players and coaches in the Auburn football experience: Auburn’s first bowl appearance in 1936; coaching eras of innovative football genius John Heisman, after whom the Heisman trophy is named;  “Iron Mike” Donahue; Ralph “Shug” Jordan, who brought Auburn its first national championship in 1957; Pat Dye, Terry Bowden, and present coach Tommy Tuberville; Auburn’s two Heisman trophy winners Pat Sullivan and Bo Jackson; and victories over rivals Alabama and Georgia. The 2007-2008 season is highlighted, including the sixth straight win over Alabama and a bowl victory over Clemson. As the game has grown, Auburn and its team have grown with it, and Auburn now ranks as a perennial power both in its conference and in the nation.

Vince Dooley states in his foreword that “beyond the famous coaches and players and their heroics on behalf of the Orange and Blue, A Tiger Walk through History is also about time-honored traditions—rallying cries like ‘Sullivan-to-Beasley’ and ‘Punt Bama Punt’ and ‘Rolling Toomer’s Corner’—that echo in resounding fashion from the pages of Paul Hemphill’s remarkable book.”

No fan, whether casual or devoted, can afford to miss this riveting account of the Plainsmen’s journey from the very beginning to today, which is the record of a great university as well as the story of the development of a great football team.