Praise for Big and Bright: Available for pre-order now

Big and Bright has captured what Texas High School Football means—not only to the players and coaches, but entire communities. There is nothing better than a Friday night in Texas—watching a high school football game and being a part of the passion that exists in this state—and Levy does a great job depicting what it’s like in many Texas communities. This book is a must-read for anybody that is a high school football fan! (Steve Warren, president, Texas High School Football Coaches Association; head football coach, Abilene High School)

Big and Bright is a Texas-sized tour of high school football in the Lone Star state. It will take you from the locker rooms to the sidelines and into the hearts and minds of coaches, players, and fans. (Chris Park, Prep Talk Eugene, PrepTalkEugene.com)

I love this book. In it, Levy shows the world what football in the state of Texas is all about: the bonds between the town, the school, and the community members. Big and Bright is a great read and makes me love football in this state even more. I am proud to coach in Texas. (Joey McGuire, head football coach, Cedar Hill High School)

Gray Levy accomplishes something that not many people can: capturing the true essence of the Texas high school football experience. Levy’s dispatches from across the Lone Star State transport readers to the sidelines, the bleachers, and the chain link fences alongside football fields across Texas on Friday night. (Greg Tepper, managing editor, Dave Campbell’s Texas Football magazine)

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