A Method to March Madness: An Insider's Look at the Final Four

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Moonlight Pub., 2006 - Sports & Recreation - 218 pages
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C. J. JONES knows college basketball from the inside, first as a player, then a coach, and now as Athletics Director at Central Connecticut State University. A Method to March Madness: An Insider's Look at the Final Four draws upon C. J.’s more than three decades of experience attending the Final Four. He has seen the Final Four grow from simply a popular college championship into the international, multibillion-dollar spectacle that it is today, and A Method to March Madness gives C. J.’s perspective on that transformation. Many well-known college basketball insiders have contributed behind-the-scenes stories, including Jim Calhoun, Dean Smith, Lute Olson, K. C. Jones, Gail Goodrich, Ray Meyer, and Howie Dickenman, among others. Featuring a four-color photographic section of Final Four memories, this book is of interest to all sports followers, from the casual hoops fan to the true college basketball junkie.

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Tom Hazuka has co-edited Flash Fiction and You Have Time for This, and other anthologies. He teaches fiction writing at Central Connecticut State University.

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