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Glory Road: My Story of the 1966 NCAA Basketball Championship and How One Team Triumphed Against the Odds and Changed America Forever

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 11, 2013

    This story is testament to how basketball can change the identit

    This story is testament to how basketball can change the identity of a sport and nation. A sport as simple as basketball can truly change the way people of different races view and respect each other. The book is an easy read and I highly recommend it to all who appreciate the game of basketball. 9 out of 10 in my opinion.

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  • Posted May 4, 2009

    A Remarkable Man and Coach

    Dan Haskins represents the best of what America has to offer. A man who learned what hard work and compassion was when is was just a little boy. He learned thta what you did and how you treated people had more to say about who you are then where you or who you parents were. He became head coach at a little school in West Texas and made a neame for the school and himself. Not just by winning but by mentoring and encouraging young men to become leaders in their communities.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 4, 2007

    The Road is Glorious!

    This book was a great read. It is a quick fast read for all the people out there that love a great sport story. It is about a marvelous basketball coach who went through alot of ups and downs in his career. Through all the strugles he came through extraordinarily well. The book is all about the basketball and the teams that played. All the names of the people that halped along the way ae mentioned. I thought it was a fabilious book that really shows how basketball realy is all the way around.

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