Dallas photographer Laura Wilson--AKA as the football mom for brothers Luke, Owen and Andrew (yes, those Wilsons)--trekked around Texas documenting the sport on its smallest scale: six-man football. The six-man tradition, a faster and higher scoring adaptation of the 11-man lineup, emerged from the Great Depression, when many smaller schools couldn't field a full 11-man team. For the better part of the '90s, Wilson prowled tiny towns searching for scenes of Texana--capturing the gridiron, muddy victory and homecoming queens in stark black and white. Wilson pared down thousands of shots for her... More >>>