Last Call: Memoirs of an NFL Referee

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Sports Pub, Dec 1, 2001 - Sports & Recreation - 234 pages
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Drawing on his more than thirty years of experience (including a record four Super Bowls) as the NFL's top referee, Jerry Markbreit describes the hard-hitting, fast-paced NFL action from a perspective few others can match. Filled with humorous anecdotes as well as his opinions on controversial subjects and players and coaches, this book is the first comprehensive look at pro football officiating from the official's point of view -- and Markbreit's homage to the sport he has helped define.

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User Review  - Randall - Goodreads

Not really all that interesting, even to someone fairly 'into' officiating. Eventually I'll find the book from this realm that really hits the mark. This wasn't it. Read full review

About the author (2001)

Alan steinberg, associate professor in the Department of English and Communication at Suny Potsdam, is the author of Divided and Cry of the Leopard.

Klein is a longtime writer and editor at The Wall Street Journal, where he originated the "On Sports" column. He is now a freelance writer.

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