Christopher Walsh's latest book about how the last decade was unparalleled in college football history will be available July 9.
“Decade of Dominance: How Alabama’s 10-year run was the greatest in college football history” will focus on the Crimson Tide during the years 2009-18, and how Nick Saban not only changed the University of Alabama, but Tuscaloosa and college football as a whole.
It’ll dive into the ins and outs, the personalities and decisions, and everything that contributed to such an unforgettable run. In some cases the focus will be on a person, a game, or even a play that helped shape the course of the Crimson Tide as it won five national titles, six Southeastern Conference championships and eight division titles (nine including 2008) including seven straight.
Along the way, Alabama had more consensus All-Americans, selections in the NFL draft and dominated recruiting like nothing fans had ever seen before despite dramatic changes to the game, the adoption of a playoff format and the Crimson Tide playing in the unmistakably toughest division in college football, the SEC West.
"Decade of Dominance" is Walsh's 26th book.
It's 336 pages and includes 50 photos from BamaCentral photographer T.G. Paschal.
The book, which will be available both online and in stores throughout the state and region, was published by Hilltop30 Publishers LLC, which also published Alabama-based books "Ever Faithful, Ever Loyal: The Timothy Alexander Story'' along with "Crimson Tikes" and "One More Day'' in 2018.
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