The Games That Changed the Game

The Games That Changed the Game
Author : Ron Jaworski
Publisher : Espn Books
Total Pages : 312
Release : 2011-08
ISBN 10 : 9780345517968
ISBN 13 : 0345517962
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Games That Changed the Game Book Description:

A leading professional football analyst best known for his game tape breakdowns on Monday Night Football isolates seven historically significant games in which famous coaches demonstrated ideal executions of innovative strategies. Reprint.


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