The Paterno Legacy

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Triumph Books, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 160 pages
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Joe Paterno, legendary coach of the Penn State football team, will be breaking the all-time coaching record of Bear Bryant this season. This is an authorized pictorial tribute of the entire career of Coach Paterno.

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Collier started writing daily reports when he first went to work as an Electrical Engineer. After retirement he started his writing career with historical fiction.

Ron Cook is Professor, College of Business Administration, Rider University, where he develops and teaches upper-level undergraduate and MBA courses in team-based small business consulting, entrepreneurship/small business, and new venture planning. He directs Rider's Center for Entrepreneurship, and the entrepreneurial studies program. He heads Rider's Small Business Institute, where his student consulting teams have earned multiple awards for excellence, including national honors in 1999, 2002 and 2006. Ron brings his 20 plus years of consulting and teaching experience to the development of this text. Ron is also on the board of the national Small Business Institute, the Editorial Board of the Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, and is a former member of the Editorial Board of The Journal of Small Business Strategy. He has published a number of award-winning papers on small business and entrepreneurship, and is also member of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship.

Dave Anderson has been a sportswriter for the New York Times since 1966 and one of its "Sports of the Times" columnists since 1971. He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1981 for distinguished commentary. Anderson has written twenty-one books and more than three hundred fifty magazine articles. He grew up in Brooklyn, New York, and now lives in Tenafly, New Jersey, with his wife, Maureen. They have four grown children: Stephen, Mark, Mary Jo, and Jean Marie.

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