Monday, December 19, 2016

Get In It To Win It!

Running out of time to find that perfect present for your favorite Ivy League football fan? How about the audio version of Mark Bernstein's book, Football; The Ivy League Origins of an American Obsession? It is available via download from Audible, an Amazon company, for $24.95 if you click HERE.

Here's a little more background on the book:
From the day Princeton played the first intercollegiate game in 1869, the Ivy League shaped football as we know it today. Ever wonder why touchdowns are worth an arbitrary six points? Why a field goal is worth three? How did fight songs become a part of the game, and who wrote the earliest ones?  And where did the term "line of scrimmage" come from? It all emerged from the Ivy League. In this new release from Audible, enjoy a journey back in time, as Mark F Bernstein writes and Kyle Tait brings to life the history behind the sport that dominates our Autumn weekends.
What's better than having 13 hours, 54 minutes of Ivy League football history to listen to over your next few flights or drives to Ivy League games?

Getting the audio book for free!

Kyle Tait, the voiceover artist, play-by-play broadcaster and audiobook narrator who reads the book has provided coupon codes for the BGA Daily to give a couple copies of the audiobook away. Two winners will be selected at random from among entries that correctly answer the question in bold-face type:

Dartmouth has won 18 Ivy League football titles. No school in the Ancient Eight can claim more.* In what year did the Big Green assume the lead in Ivy League football championships that it still has not surrendered?

* Penn tied Dartmouth's total of 18 Ivy League titles this fall but Dartmouth maintains a share of the lead ;-)

Email your answer by CLICKING HERE. That will address an email with the subject line, AudioBookContest. Then just put your answer in the body of the email.

One entry per email address. The winner will be drawn at 5 p.m. Thursday from among the entries with the correct answer.

Good luck!

And remember, even if you don't win you can get the book via download from Audible for $24.95 HERE.
Dartmouth men's basketball finally broke into the win column Sunday with an 82-68 win at LIU Brooklyn. (LINK) LIU came into the game with a 7-4 record that included a win over St. John's of the Big East and a 10-point loss to Minnesota of the Big Ten in its previous two games. Dartmouth is now 1-9.