Inman Majors teaches fiction writing at James Madison University. He is the author of Wonderdog, Swimming in Sky, and The Millionaires. He lives in Waynesboro, Virginia.
"A sardonic, fun take on big-time college football, where booster money plays first-team offense." -- Kirkus Reviews "This rollicking, tongue-in-cheek sports novel from Majors makes for a breezy read worth a few chuckles while it gives a behind-the-scenes peek at the often greedy, arrogant titans who run college football. ...[A] funny, irreverent, and savvy sports novel." -- Publishers Weekly "A fast, fun book. Reads like a mixture of Dan Jenkins and Larry McMurtry." -- Barry Switzer, former coach of the University of O "A book that explores the gamut of experiences behind the scenes of collegiate football. Best of all, it's a great read where loyalty still means something in our 'money talks' world." -- Jon Gruden, ESPN Monday Night Football Analyst "This rollicking, tongue-in-cheek sports novel from Majors makes for a breezy read worth a few chuckles while it gives a behind-the-scenes peek at the often greedy, arrogant titans who run college football. ...[A] funny, irreverent, and savvy sports novel." -- Publishers Weekly "I can't remember the last time I laughed out loud this much reading a book." -- Metropulse "It is a gem of a comedic novel, so laugh-out loud funny that readers might not even notice that if also captures the essence of the sport with humanity and grace." -- Chapter 16 "Majors's wry and intelligent writing style pulls readers through the bizarre situations surrounding a major college football program... Strap yourself in-it's a wild ride." -- Library Journal "(A)cidly hilarious... with both barrels, (Majors) lets loose on the venerable, holy SEC." -- Bookpage "The comedy, which ranges smoothly from broad to subtle, is nonstop... witty and razor-sharp throughout." -- Booklist "With a writer like Inman Majors, you're in good hands, and you're assured of an entertaining and thoughtful read. This book is the perfect way to prepare yourself for the new football season." -- Flagpole "Majors targets the ridiculousness of hype and hysteria over college football teams and is very funny doing it." -- Baton Rouge Advocate "(M)ajors zingers, like a ninja's throwing star, are quiet and deadly... When it comes to sports humor (Majors) is definitely Division I." -- Star News Online