Glory road: my story of the 1966 NCAA basketball championship and how one team triumphed against the odd and changed America forever

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Hyperion, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 254 pages
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The Hall of Fame basketball coach describes how, in 1966, as coach of Texas Western College, used a starting lineup of five black players to unseat the top-ranked team of the University of Kentucky, an event that paved the way for the desegregation of all college teams in the South. Original. 35,000 first printing. (A Buena Vista Pictures film, produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, directed by James Gartner, releasing January 2006, starring Josh Lucas) (Sports & Recreation)

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User Review  - HosephHill - LibraryThing

Glory Road is a true story about a college basketball coach who led the first all black starting lineup to win a National Championship. Don Haskins is the coach telling his story of the championship ... Read full review

Excellent Biography of a man of INTEGRITY

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I highly recommend this biography of Coach Don Haskins life. You get to experience the man his coaching his courage his convictions his integrity & his stories in the pages of GLORY ROAD. I enjoyed ... Read full review



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