Flim Flam: The Truth Behind the Blind-Faith Culture that Led to the Explosive NCAA Investigation of Ole Miss Football

Flim Flam: The Truth Behind the Blind-Faith Culture that Led to the Explosive NCAA Investigation of Ole Miss Football

by Steve Robertson

Hardcover

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Overview

Flim Flam (borrowed from the famous Ole Miss “Hotty Toddy” cheer) is a real-life David and Goliath story of how Steve Robertson found himself in the middle of the biggest NCAA scandal college football has seen in decades. In what could be the most remarkable job of investigative journalism in Mississippi sports history, Robertson scooped all other media outlets and became THE go-to guy for inside information regarding the NCAA investigation of Ole Miss football.
Rooted in the heart of Southeastern Conference country, Mississippi State football recruiting writer, Steve Robertson, was drawn into the larger-than-life, four-year NCAA investigation that produced multiple allegations of wrongdoing by The University of Mississippi.
Robertson exposes the ugly side of football recruiting, and his hard work is a testament to true investigative journalism.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692921821
Publisher: Foxx House, LLC
Publication date: 09/02/2017
Sales rank: 1,164,820
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

Steve Robertson is a proud Mississippian who grew up in Columbia Mississippi—the same hometown as NFL great Walter Payton.
Robertson has covered Mississippi State and college football recruiting for 18 years. He is the Co-Publisher of Genespage.com, the Mississippi State affiliate for Scout.com. A contributor to the site since 2001, Robertson has helped transform Genespage.com into the national leader in Mississippi State athletics coverage.
The Boneyard, Robertson’s podcast, is the most listened to team specific show nationally on the VSporto network.
Starkville, Mississippi is home to the Robertson family. Steve and his wife, Dana, have four wonderful children, Oni, Audrey, Mia and Ian.

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