Super Bowl: The Game Of Their Lives Danny Peary

ISBN: 9780028608419

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320 pages


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Super Bowl: The Game Of Their Lives  by  Danny Peary

Super Bowl: The Game Of Their Lives by Danny Peary
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This book is intended, Danny Peary writes in his introduction, to be a tribute to the hard-earned accomplishment of all the players who have reached the championship game. Super Bowl succeeds superbly by letting the players talk for themselves. AnMoreThis book is intended, Danny Peary writes in his introduction, to be a tribute to the hard-earned accomplishment of all the players who have reached the championship game.

Super Bowl succeeds superbly by letting the players talk for themselves. An oral history of Americas most ballyhooed sporting event, it mines the human element buried beneath the annual hype, as each player--from Bart Starr in the inaugural game to Desmond Howard, 31 contests later--recounts pro footballs ultimate showdown from a personal perspective.

Many of the voices--those of Roger Staubach, Franco Harris, Jim Plunkett, Joe Montana, and Troy Aikman, for example--are predictable. But its the unexpected--Joe Jacoby, Matt Millen, Todd Christensen--who make this volume split the uprights.



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