For those who have read it, what are y'all's opinions of this book? Worth the purchase?
It was for me - if you're familiar with his Sports Illustrated essay, "The Best Years of His Life", I would read it first and decide: The Best Years of His Life
The book is essentially an expansion of this essay to novel length and fills in a bunch of the biographical details. I think any fan of college football can appreciate this story, but for LSU fans of a certain age, it is especially intriguing.
If you don't like "The Best Years of His Life", you probably won't like "It Never Rains In Tiger Stadium".