John Bacon has a new book out about Michigan football, and he will once again be coming to Seattle to talk with local alums about the book, about college football, and about all things related to our alma mater.
We’ve had John out here several times before, and his talks and book signings are always some of our most popular events. John is an insightful, inspiring and engaging speaker, and a well-known authority on Michigan football. If you have any love at all for the winged helmet and those who wear it, then you will want to attend.
Here’s how John’s new book has been described:
From the New York Times bestselling chronicler of college football comes a riveting insider’s account of the Jim Harbaugh era and a deeply reported human portrait of life within a big-time college football program.
This time around Chris Moore, U-M alum and co-founder of Old Stove Brewing Co. in the MarketFront, will be hosting our event, so we’ll be huddling around the old stove, drinking some freshly brewed beer, and partaking of generous appetizers as we listen to one of our most revered storytellers spin some new yarns about the most storied and best loved program in the history of American football.
You can reserve a copy of the book when you purchase a ticket and John will be happy to chat with you while he signs it for you. We will have a few extra books for sale at the event. The timing is right, and these will make great Christmas presents for some of the folks on your list, especially with John’s signature on it.
Reserve your seat and your book now before we sell out!