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  • Written by Bruce Feldman
  • Format: Trade Paperback | ISBN: 9781933060682
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Meat Market

Inside the Smash-Mouth World of College Football Recruiting

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"One of the most insightful books ever written about college football."
- The New York Times

"Easily among the best sports books of the new millennium."
- Paul Finebaum, columnist and radio host



In this unprecedented look at college football’s secret season, Bruce Feldman rips the cover off the game’s frenzied pursuit of raw talent, taking you deep inside the SEC war room of recruiting legend Ed Orgeron,the combustible Cajun who helped build national championship teams at the University of Miami and at USC. In a stunning, blow-by-blow account of the year leading up to National Signing Day 2007, the award-winning journalist shadows Orgeron and his Ole Miss assistants as they set about hunting high school students, pleading, plotting, and inventing ways to lure them to their sleepy Oxford campus. Packed with candid confessions and outrageous off-the-field action, Meat Market makes what happens on the field seem almost tame by comparison.
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BRUCE FELDMAN is the New York Times bestselling coauthor of Swing Your Sword, and he is the CBS Sports senior college football columnist, giving him unparalleled access to the new generation of quarterback gurus.

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