Brian Piccolo: A Short Season

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San Val, Incorporated, Jan 1, 1995 - Sports & Recreation
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Chicago Bears running back Brian Piccolo died of cancer at age 26, leaving behind a young wife, three daughters, a host of friends -- and a legend.

The story of Brian Piccolo's friendship with pro football hall of famer Gale Sayers was told in the film "Brian's Song". It has become a classic. But A Short Season goes far beyond the film to portray the sometimes vicious world of pro football, the always brutal battle against a killer disease, and the sweetness of Brian Piccolo himself.

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User Review  - David Ward - Goodreads

Brian Piccolo: A Short Season by Jeannie Morris (Rand McNally 1971)(Biography). Brian Piccolo, former Wake Forest University and Chicago Bears football star, died at age 26 of cancer leaving behind ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jamie Schoffman - Goodreads

Great story, not a great book. For some inexplicable reason, it's only one chapter long, and it's 156 pages. That's a lot for just one chapter. I did like the author's use of passages that Brian ... Read full review

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Jeannie Morris is an award-winning writer, television producer and sports commentator who divides her time between Chicago and Utah.

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