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10 a.m.

Presented by Texas A&M University Press, Texas Tech University Press and Waco City Cable Channel, the festival will feature authors and athletes from across the state.

Featured authors include:

•R. Gaines Baty, Champion of the Barrio - The Legacy of Coach Buryl Baty (Texas A&M University Press)

•Chad Conine, The Republic of Football - Legends of the Texas High School Game

•Mel Renfro (signing only), Forever a Cowboy

•Mac Engle, Pigskin Rapture

•Robert Jacobus, Houston Cougars in the 1960s: Death Threats, the Veer Offense, and the Game of the Century (Texas A&M University Press)

•Al Pickett, Mighty, Mighty Matadors, Lubbock Estacado High School Integration and a Championship Year (Texas A&M University Press)

•Carlton Stowers, Where Dreams Die Hard (DeCapo), Staubach (Triumph Books), Oh Brother, How They Played the Game (State House Press) and Texas Football Legends (TCU Press)

•Jeff Miller, The Game Changers: Abner Haynes, Leon King, and the Fall of Major College Football’s Color Barrier in Texas

•Jim Reeves, Dallas Cowboys: The Legends of America’s Team

•Bill Brown, Houston Astros: Deep in the Heart – Blazing a Trail from Expansion to the World Series

•Frank Sikes, West Texas Middleweight, The Story of LaVern Roach

•Tim Price, Shooting for the Record: Adolph Toepperwein, Tom Frye, and Sharpshooting’s Forgotten Controversy

•Ed Housewright and G.A. Moore, Beyond Just Win A Profile of G.A. Moore Texas High School Football’s No. 1 Coach

•Ryan Bush, The Dirty Dozen: How Twelve Rookies, the Shotgun, And A Hail Mary Vaulted the 1975 Dallas Cowboys Into the Super Bowl

•Putt Riddle, Friday’s Winners

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