One knee equals two feet: (and everything else you need to know about football)

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Jove Books, 1987 - Humor - 263 pages
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With anecdotes and observations, and a minumum of technical terms, Madden gives us an insider's view of the pains, pleasures, gossip, and people that make up America's favorite sport. Madden is a former lineman and head coach for the Oakland Raiders. Anderson is a Pulitzer Prize-winning sports columnist and author.

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User Review  - Ted D - Goodreads

As much as I love reading Madden on football, there are a lot of repeated anecdotes here from earlier books. Hence the average rating. Read full review

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User Review  - Gary Geiger - Goodreads

Madden before he became a one man industry. Almost as good as The Thinking Man's Guide To Pro Football. Read full review

Contents

A Different Wavelength
1
My Favorite Guys
15
The Most Important Position
33
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

Madden was the winning coach in Super Bowl XI with the Oakland Raiders and has won eleven emmy awards as a broadcaster.

Anderson has been a sportswriter for the New York Times since 1966, he was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1981 for distinguished commentary

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