Classic Life: A Photo Retrospective of Historically Black College and University Football Classics 2002-2014
Classic Life is a pictorial review of some of the most well-known and least-known Historically Black College and University Classic Football games. Traveling from the Meadowlands to Orlando to Dallas, this book takes you into the center of the hard-hitting action, band formations, dance teams, and Academy Award and Grammy winners that have attended these games from 2002-2014.
The popularity of girls basketball in Georgia exploded in 2001. As a result, the talent rose to the occasion right on up to college and onto the WNBA. The competition from 2001-2004 was incredible. Hoop-Hers is a salute to the high school ballers that paved the way for Maya Moore and other stars. Cover Art by Tom Davii
Halftime at an HBCU football game is an event of its own and not to be missed. Revel in the pageantry of the formations and lovely dance teams.
Atlanta has changed over the years and the impact of Black Americans on business, entertainment, nightlife, politics, commerce, and culture cannot be overlooked. Behind this cover is a 20-year look at the places and people that have become synonymous with transforming Georgia’s state capital into a cosmopolitan destination city while keeping it So Atlanta.
Road to the Dome A-AAAAA
The path to the state title went through the Georgia Dome. The semi-final game has hosted a lot of eventual state champions, college players, and NFL players.
Road to the Dome AAAA-AAAAA
The four-year history of the top two divisions in the state competing in the semi-finals matchup.
Road to the Dome A-AAA
The four-year history of the classifications featuring the smaller schools in the state competing in the semi-finals matchup.