New Orleans, LA - LSU Bowl Games: A Complete History, a new book about LSU football written by Brother Neal Golden, S.C. '57 CJ, was recently released by McFarland Publishing in North Carolina.
Golden recounts the tales of LSU football on the gridiron of all 50 bowl games from 1907 through 2019. Included in the book are summaries of the team’s regular season and their opponents’ season, along with quarter-by-quarter game highlights, important stats, and quotes from players and coaches. This is a ‘golden’ read for all Tiger fans who like to reminisce about those thrilling games in football history.
“I was surprised to learn about six years ago that no one had written a book on LSU Bowl Games. So I set out to rectify that omission," said Golden.
Readers can enjoy a full synopsis and purchase the book at https://mcfarlandbooks.com/product/lsu-bowl-games/, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Target, etc. Royalties from this book will go to the Brothers of the Sacred Heart Mission Fund supporting education missions in the U.S. and around the world.
For further information or media inquiries, please contact Brother Neal Golden, S.C., at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brother Neal Golden, S.C., a Brother of the Sacred Heart, is an educator who taught the first high school computer programming course in the state of Louisiana at St. Aloysius High School in New Orleans. While teaching at Brother Martin High School, he wrote the first high school computer programming textbook published in the U.S. Golden is also the founder and director of the New Orleans Academic Games League since 1967. His hobby is sports history. Golden bleeds purple and gold and enjoys watching the LSU Tigers.
The book was published March 15, 2021 and retails for $49.95.