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Blazing Trails: Coming of Age in Football's Golden Era

John Mackey, Thom Loverro - Sports & Recreation - 2003 - 224 pages
"Blazing Trails" chronicles John Mackey's life as a lightning rod for attention throughout the 1960s. Mackey refused to remain silent on any topic he felt strongly about ...
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When All the World was Browns Town: Cleveland's Browns and the Championship ...

Terry Pluto - Sports & Recreation - 1997 - 316 pages
Presents a nostalgic portrait of the Cleveland Browns football team at its peak--its 1964 championship season--beginning with the controversial firing of manager Paul Brown by ...
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They Call Me Dirty

Conrad Dobler, Vic Carucci - Fiction - 1989 - 253 pages
A former NFL offensive guard provides a no-holds-barred look inside the world of professional football and offers a candid study of life on and off the field and colorful ...
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Talking On Air: A Broadcaster's Life in Sports

Ken Coleman, Dan Valenti - BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY - 2011
Talking on Air: A Broadcaster's Life in Sports highlights the 40-year career of Ken Coleman. The book details a broadcasting life seen not only from inside the booth, but also ...
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One size doesn't fit all

John Madden, Dave Anderson - Sports & Recreation - 1988 - 227 pages
Focuses on the world in a series of anecdotal essays ranging from sports to spas, politicians to poker, and offering observations on television, fashion, celebrities, and more
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We Are the Giants!: The Oral History of the New York Giants

Richard Wittingham - Sports & Recreation - 2014 - 240 pages
An oral history of one of the NFLís most storied franchises, We Are the Giants is the complete story of the New York Giants as told by the men who built it. Based on exclusive ...
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What It Means to Be a Hawkeye: Kirk Ferentz and Iowa's Greatest Players

Lyle Hammes, Michael Maxwell, Neal Rozendaal - Sports & Recreation - 2011 - 352 pages
This unique, compelling new title assembles the greatest players from one of the most celebrated teams in college football to share their personal memories. Filled with ...
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Ahmad Rashad, Peter Bodo - Biography & Autobiography - 1989 - 278 pages
The All-Pro wide receiver recounts his childhood in Tacoma, college days during the tumultuous 1960s, playing with the St. Louis Cardinals, his conversion to Islam, family life ...
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