Best Dallas - Fort Worth Sports Arguments: The 100 Most Controversial, Debatable Questions for Die-Hard Fans

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Sourcebooks, Inc., Oct 1, 2007 - Sports & Recreation - 288 pages
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100 great sports debates for each city-from who was the best coach to what was the best play of all time. The perfect gift for sports fans-the series that's sweeping the nation, and is already a hit in Boston, Chicago and New York. The best debates for rabid fans The Best Sports Arguments gives each city or region all the best arguments of their hometown teams, with expert answers from top sports media figures. In fact, the Best Sports Arguments series is the #1 sports debates series on the market! Why? --Each book features 100 debates, the most of any series! --Each city's book is written by authors well-known in the region, leading to fan recognition and media interest. --They make perfect gifts for sports fans of any age. --And the debates go on!
 

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Contents

THE COWBOYS
38
THE MAVERICKS
97
THE RANGERS
142
THE STARS
181
COLLEGES
205
FORE
221
ENDERS
233
INDEX
267
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
289
Back Cover
293
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Jaime Aron has been covering the Cowboys for The Associated Jaime Aron has been covering the Cowboys for The Associated Press since becoming Texas Sports Editor in 1999. He has alsPress since becoming Texas Sports Editor in 1999. He has also covered the Super Bowl, World Series, NBA Finals, Stanley o covered the Super Bowl, World Series, NBA Finals, Stanley Cup Finals, the Final Four, and several Summer and Winter OlCup Finals, the Final Four, and several Summer and Winter Olympics. He was named the AP’s Sports Writer of the Yearympics. He was named the AP’s Sports Writer of the Year in 2001 and has written several books, including one about in 2001 and has written several books, including one about former Cowboys coach Tom Landry. Aron grew up a Cowboys fan former Cowboys coach Tom Landry. Aron grew up a Cowboys fan in Houston and then earned a journalism degree from the Univin Houston and then earned a journalism degree from the University of Texas. He lives in Dallas with his wife, Lori, andersity of Texas. He lives in Dallas with his wife, Lori, and three sons. three sons.

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