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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 10, 2008

    Floyd little an amazing football player

    This book is about floyd little and his incredible life and all of his accomplishments. Floyd little started out as a little kid like everyone else he loved to run so he tried football in high school he became the star running back and making it all the way to Division 1 college where his choices came down to syracsuse and notre dame he chose syracuse becasue of ernie davis also and amazing running back of his time who went to syracuse. Floyd little was given the number 44 after ernie davis and jim brown. When floyd went to the pros he went to the broncos he made their whole team better and was the only reason that the broncos stayed in Denver. He was one of the greatest running backs of his time and led denver to many wins. He made it to the hall of fame, when he finished his carrer it he was the 7th all time leading rusher. you should read this book if you are a broncos fan and you like to learn about the history of the broncos, a reason you wouldnt like it is because it just talk about stories of his life not about the real facts.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 15, 2006

    Very easy and entertaining read

    You don't have to know a thing about football to enjoy this book. Very well written,it's as if you were reading Floyd Little's personal journal, very entertaining... even for the person that doesn't enjoy reading will love it.

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