Papa Bear: The Life and Legacy of George Halas
"Papa Bear is everything a sports book should be: Passionate, encyclopedic, utterly biased and filled with endearingly anachronistic phrases. . ."
Granted unprecedented access to George Halas’s former players, friends and associates, author Jeff Davis tells the incredible story of how one man grabbed an outlaw game by the throat, shook it up, and made it into the most popular spectator sport on the planet.
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Review: Papa Bear : The Life and Legacy of George HalasUser Review - Goodreads
try couldn't even start. barely made it past page 20. why is it journalists think they can write a book? Read full review
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Enjoyable read...I met Jeff Davis at a Bears game and he mentioned his book on George Halas. I bought it the next day and could not put it down. Read full review
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