In UCLA Football Encyclopedia: From Tears to Touchdowns, you will read about the magical seasons, as well as the not-so-magical seasons. You will read about UCLA coaches, and the players who have left a lasting legacy. You will read about the wins, the losses, the individual and team records, the assistant coaches, and the players that built the foundation of the program. Moments long forgotten will be brought back to memory, and as you read one year after the next, you will be able to see the history of UCLA football for what it really is- a story spanning generations with a defined beginning, but no defined ending.
The story of UCLA football is often a story of "almost," and in this book, you will read about the times UCLA simply refused to settle for "almost." You will read about Fred Cozens and Red Sanders. You will read about Tommy Prothro and Jim Mora. You will learn about the upbringing of Donn Moomaw and that of Maurice Jones-Drew. This book is the most extensive book ever written on UCLA football and is a must-read for every UCLA football fan nationwide.
AuthorBy Spencer Stueve
Published4 September 2018
Dimensions8.50 x 11.00in.
Illustrationsblack and white photographs.
About the author
Spencer Stueve attended UCLA and graduated in 2015. He is a lifelong fan of the UCLA Bruins and a former writer for the UCLA Bruins college sports fan blog GoJoeBruin.com. He has also published a book on the rivalry between UCLA and USC football teams titled UCLA vs. USC: A Rivalry of Hate. Spencer Stueve resides in Los Angeles, California.