Joe Moglia loved football his entire life and in his early thirties was living his dream as the defensive coordinator for the Dartmouth football team. However, his dream of coaching a college football team came with a price…
Bill Snyder continues to show everyone just how good of a football coach he is by guiding the Kansas State football team into the national championship picture. Check out his book here at the library!
Terry “The Freak” Blount answers fantasy football questions on Week 10 of the NFL season, plus gives his two cents regarding some headlines around the league.
Topeka’s Fantasy Football Freak, Terry Blount gives advice each week to those who send him questions via email; here are a couple of those questions. Feel free to ask him any questions you might have in the comments area!
Half the Fantasy Football season is in the books, and the teams in the TSCPL League are making their push to the playoffs. Here is an update on the library’s league.
The library has all of your fantasy football needs covered for the upcoming season with a Fantasy Football Strategies program presented by WIBW’s Terry Blount and Jake Lebahn, as well as our own fantasy league we want you to join!
Join Smith Center football coach Roger Barta and his son, Brooks, at the library on Sunday, March 4 from 2-3 as they talk about the philosophies that have led to the sustained success of the football program in Smith Center.
Join Dave and Nate as they discuss the book “When Pride Still Mattered: A Life of Vince Lombardi”, which shares the life and times of the iconic football coach.
Eight state championships, a 79 game winning streak, an .825 winning percentage, and over 300 career wins. Amazingly, these aren’t the most important things Coach Roger Barta has brought to the football program at Smith Center High School. Join Dave and Nate as they look at Joe Drape’s book, “Our Boys”.
Need some food ideas for your Super Bowl party? Check out these suggestions from our cooking librarian!
Want to win a bar bet? Here’s a question you can throw out to your sports fan friends the next time you’re together enjoying a cool one: Who would you say has lost more football games in the last 50 seasons, KU or K-State?