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The Heart of Football: Why the Small College Game Matters

Paperback – Aug 18th, 2020

Ebook | $8.95 Paperback | $19.95


The Heart of Football: Why the Small College Game Matters

Small College Football captures The Heart of Football, the joy, the passion, the heartache … It is life.

Small college football is everyone from anywhere working to become a team. How this mission impacts the players and coaches striving to achieve it is more important today than ever before.

In The Heart of Football-players tell you why they play, coaches tell you why they coach, and everyone involved in the game tells you why they love football so much.



Title: The Heart of Football: Why the Small College Game Matters

Author: Phil Maas
ISBN – Trade Paperback: 978-1-948261-32-6
ISBN – EBook: 978-1-948261-32-6
LOCCN: 2020911476

Pages: 288
Price: Trade Paperback – $19.95. UPDF E-Book – $8.95
Trim: 6 x 9 Black & White: Crème, Paperback: Perfect Bound Matte Lam

Publication date: Aug 18th, 2020

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"If a small college football player, coach or parent reads one book it should be the Heart of Football. Coach Phil Maas uses real life stories by players and legendary small college coaches to give real insight into how football has positively impacted the lives of hundreds of thousands of young adults."

-Daniel Cockroft , Educator

"I finished your book and absolutely loved it. It is a book every high school coach should read as well as high school players and their parents."

-Jim Nagel Retired Ashland, Oregon High School Head Football Coach

"This is hands-down an amazing book. I would love to give it to my mom. She doesn't understand why I love football so much, and I think this book would really help her understand what it's like to be an athlete. I also like this book because it lets other athletes know that we're not alone in the way we feel about the sport."

-Daniel Hardy, Linebacker Montana State Bobcats