Ernie Davis, the Elmira Express: The Story of a Heisman Trophy Winner
Bartleby Press, Oct 22, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 179 pages
Presents the life and career of the legendary football star who broke Jim Brown's rushing records and became the first black athlete to win the Heisman Trophy, highlighting his athletic career and his battle with the leukemia that would take his life.
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