Ohio High School Football: A Profile of Some of the Great Teams, Towns, and Personalities 1894 - 1971

A fun and informative look at the some of the teams, schools, and people that have made Ohio the most exciting state in which to watch and play high school football!

Going decade by decade, the book illuminates its subject with reader-friendly insights and will take you from the first football games in the late 19th century to 1972 when Ohio instituted its first playoff system.

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About Tim Raab

I have been in corporate America for over 30 years and have seen major lay-offs, office violence, age, pay and sexual discrimination, spurious decision-making, drug addiction, suicides, and the financial ruin of good people who trusted management. I have a unique perspective from having served as a supervisor up to a Vice President and spent most of those years in Information Technology, a few with Fortune 500 companies. I have written many non-fiction articles on technology for magazines and Web sites and bring a currency and technological background to my fiction.

I live and work in central Ohio as does my wife, who is trainer for a global financial firm. My daughter lives and works in Cleveland as an archivist/librarian for a famous museum.

We enjoy reading everything, watching old movies, and coooking on our deck with our three dogs and one cat.

I have recently completed a history of high school football in Ohio which will be published soon and am outling the follow-up to Friday at Four

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