The Best St. Louis Sports Arguments: The 100 Most Controversial, Debatable Questions for Die-Hard Fans

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Sourcebooks, Inc., Nov 1, 2007 - Sports & Recreation - 304 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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This book gave me six months of entertaining informative pooping. Great bathroom book. Read full review

Contents

The Good Bad and Ugly
45
The Teams The Thing
67
How Sweet And Awful It Is
82
Talkin Baseball
99
Football Fever
142
Singing the Blues
183
TraditionTradition
197
College Edition
236
The Big Finish
260
Index by Subject
267
Index by Name
275
Acknowldegments
285
About the Author
286
Best Sports Arguments Series
288
Back Cover
289
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St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist Bryan Burwell, a 30-plus year veteran of sports journalism, has worked for USA Today, the Sporting News, the Detroit News, New York Newsday and the New York Daily News. The author of AT THE BUZZER!, Burwell has won numerous writing awards. He spent time as a reporter for HBO's Inside the NFL and Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel. Burwell is a studio analyst for Rams Gameday Live and is a regular panelist on ESPN's Jim Rome Is Burning. Burwell lives in Wildwood, MO, with his wife and daughter.

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