Monday, October 26, 2020

Library Zoom Book Event with Steve Robertson

Winston County Library Will Hold A Book Event with author Steve Robertson Via Zoom on November 13, 2020 beginning at 10:30 AM. See flyer below for instructions.

Alpha Dawgs Synopsis

From bestselling author, Steve Robertson comes his next explosive book. Alpha Dawgs: More Dawg Tales from the Rivalry with Ole Miss picks up where Stark Villains left off, but with a heavy dose of controversy. Stories from the rivalry between the Bulldogs of Mississippi State and the Rebels of Ole Miss are told as only Steve Robertson can. The book is jam-packed with hot-button issues, previously unpublished missives, interviews with legends, riveting history, and much more.

Alpha Dawgs exposes prominent Mississippians for their role in promoting segregation and attempting to prevent the Bulldog’s participation in the 1963 “Game of Change.” A former player reveals how the basketball team successfully beat the establishment and defiantly played in the game.

These pages chronicle the firing of Allyn McKeen—the best football coach in MSU history. Bulldog great, Rafael Palmeiro, talks about why he chose MSU. And so much more.

Alpha Dawgs delivers tales from the rivalry that fans of both schools will enjoy, although Mississippi State wins every chapter.

Steve Robertson’s Bio:

Steve Robertson has covered Mississippi State sports and college football recruiting in Mississippi for over 20 years. Alpha Dawgs is Robertson’s third book.

His bestselling book Flim Flam led to the end of the Hugh Freeze era at Ole Miss and exposed the culture of non-compliance that has been pervasive at Ole Miss for decades.

Robertson’s second book and long-running bestseller, Stark Villains, details the in-state rivalry between Mississippi State and Ole Miss from a Bulldog perspective.

He has worked for since 2001 and has developed a considerable following among Bulldog fans. The Boneyard, Robertson’s podcast, is available on all platforms where quality podcasts are found.

Steve and his wife Dana have four children and live in Starkville, Mississippi.