Turning the Thing Around: My Life in Football

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Hyperion, Oct 1, 1994 - Sports & Recreation - 336 pages
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With the subhead An NCAA Championship and Two Super Bowl Wins--Now Will You Leave Me Alone Jimmy Johnson's outspoken football autobiography has been revised and updated to include the 1993-94 season. The ultimate insider's look at football--from one of the true masters of the sport. 16-page photo insert.

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Review: Turning the Thing Around: Pulling America's Team Out of the Dumps-- And Myself Out of the Doghouse

User Review  - William Fitzpatrick - Goodreads

This is a terrifically written and highly readable book about a man and his philosophies on life and leadership. The fact his teams were the Miami Hurricanes and Dallas Cowboys are just part of the greater story here. Read full review

Review: Turning the Thing Around: Pulling America's Team Out of the Dumps-- And Myself Out of the Doghouse

User Review  - Mario Peimbert - Goodreads

Lots of names, just understandable to the people who is really envolved in the history of NFL. The good point of this book is how Jimmy Johnson created a huge strategy behind the 1994 Superbowl. Detailed story of a successful leader. Read full review

Contents

Hair
1
Mias Night
9
Massacre at Valley Ranch
22
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Johnson is a writer and editor of books for children and adults on natural history and science.

He has covered NASCAR & Daytona since 1974. He has received more than 20 awards for motor sports writing & he is one of the most sought after authorities on the sport in the world today. He lives in Jamestown, North Carolina.

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