Reed All about It: Driven to Be a Jayhawk [NOOK Book]

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Of all the wonderful players who have worn the crimson and blue for the University of Kansas basketball program through the years, only one can claim to ge the "winningest" Jayhawk of all—Tyrel Reed. Reed, who concluded his playing career in March 2011, has written a new book that chronicles his time with the Jayhawks—Reed All About It: Driven to be a Jayhawk. The book, published by Ascend Books of Overland Park, Kansas, is co-written by former Topeka Capital Journal Sports Columnist Tully Corcoran. Reed was a ...
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Reed All about It: Driven to Be a Jayhawk

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Overview

Of all the wonderful players who have worn the crimson and blue for the University of Kansas basketball program through the years, only one can claim to ge the "winningest" Jayhawk of all—Tyrel Reed. Reed, who concluded his playing career in March 2011, has written a new book that chronicles his time with the Jayhawks—Reed All About It: Driven to be a Jayhawk. The book, published by Ascend Books of Overland Park, Kansas, is co-written by former Topeka Capital Journal Sports Columnist Tully Corcoran. Reed was a champion on the court—as part of the Jayhawks' National Championship in 2008—and in the classroom, as a three-time Academic All-Big 12 First Team member. He was part of more wins than any other player in the storied history of the Kansas program. The son of a coach from Burlington, Kansas, Reed developed into an important leader and "glue guy" for the Jayhawks. He was an excellent outside shooter, sinking 170 three-point field goals in his career, and a clutch free throw shooter, with an.810 success rate. In his book, Reed describes what it was like to play for Coach Bill Self, how the game has changed with "one-and-done" freshmen players, and how he was able to excel academically despite the demands of basketball practice and road trips. Told with heart and good humor, Reed All About It: Driven to Be a Jayhawk, is a must-read for any fan of college basketball.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780983061991
  • Publisher: Ascend Books LLC
  • Publication date: 10/19/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 239
  • File size: 7 MB

Meet the Author

Tyrel Reed was a star on the basketball court and in the classroom during his time at the University of Kansas. The 6'3" native of Burlington, Kansas, was a three-time Academic All-Big 12 First Team member. Tyrel won more games in a Kansas uniform than anybody in history. Between the regular season and conference tournament, he competed for eight Big 12 championships in his career, and won seven of them finishing with a career record of 132-17. On a team that went 35-3 in 2010-2011, Tyrel was the only player to start all 38 games, averaging 9.7 points and 3.1 rebounds per game as a senior. His name now hangs on a banner in the rafters at Allen Fieldhouse, as he was named an Academic All-American as a senior. After graduating in three-and-a-half years with a degree in exercise science he was accepted into the University of Kansas School of Medicine. Tyrel is currently playing professional basketball in Belgium as a member of the VOO Verviers Pepinster.
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  • Anonymous

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    Jaysoar's story Part 26

    As Dapplefang led Flower, Mistystream, Redpool, Bravepaw, Jaypaw, Cloud, and Amber through the Streamclan entrance, Tawnyfur let out a short yelp in surprise. "I smell kittypet scent!" She gasped. Dapplefang nodded as Cloud and Amber pushes through to see a great veiw on the cats. "Wow!" Amber gasped. "There are so many cats!" Cloud exclaimed. "I've never seen so many..." Flower lost her voice. "I'll introduce you around here, Flower. Jaypaw, come with me. You know so much about this clan and you kow almost evert cat here!" Dapplefang meowed. "But what about my kits?" Flower asked. "Redpool will take them to the nursery, where the other kits play." Dapplefang suggested. "I can't wait to make friends!" Cloud mewed. "Me too!" Amber murmured in joy. "Mistystream and Bravepaw, you two can get some fresh-kill." Dapplefang called to the two Clan cats before padding off with Flower and Jaypaw. Redpool led the two kits towards the nursery while Mistystream and her apprentice head their may to the fresh-kile pile. Dapplefang haulted at the front of Dovestar's den. "Like every Clan, there is a leader. Every leader must have 'star' at the end of their names to tell others that they are clan leader. And every Clan must have a deputy too. Dovestar is our leader and I'm the deputy." Dapplefang explained. "This is the leaders' den." She added as Flower craned her neck to get a better veiw on Dovestar's den. "Follow me." Dapplefang flicked her tail to motion Jaypaw and Flower to follow her. "This is the warriors' den. Warriors serve our clan well. We have a object at the end of our names like 'pool' or 'fang'." Dapplefang explained. Flower nodded. Jaypaw jumped back. 'It seems like Flower is interested in this.' She thought. "Now this is the apprentices' den. Every apprentice must have a warrior to mentor them to teach them how to attack and hunt. If thet are successful, they turn into warriors. Jaypaw is a apprentice so far. It has been a moon since her aprentice ceromony and the gathering is at tomorrow, but I'll explained to you what a gathering is later. Ooh, and apprentices have 'paw' at the end of their names." Dapplefang almost forgot to breath as she padded over to where Redpool, Cloud, and Amber's scent were strong. "This is the nursery. It is where the kits, like Cloud and Amber, are. Once they are six moons old, they turn into apprentices." Dapplefang murmured and padded over tothe elders' den. Jaypaw's eyes were beginning to close, but she kept walking. "The elders here are retired warriors. I don't need to explained much about them so follow me." Dapplefang yawned and shook her head as they make it to the Med. Cat den. Krestelpaw stopped in front of the den as Dapplefang, Flower, and Jaypaw came in. "Hi, Krestelpaw!" Jaypaw mewed. Krestelpaw shook his head. "I'm Krestelwater now, Jaypaw." He told her. "That's great!" Jaypaw meowed. Krestelwater nodded. Dapplefang looked at Jaypaw. "You should get some rest, Jaypaw." Dapplefang meowed. Jaypaw jumped up. 'Yes! This is my chance to speak with Dovestar!' She thought. Jaypaw raced towards the leaders' den, but Dovestar was gone. 'Where is she?' She asked herself. But there is something she needed to ask Snowpaw and Whitepaw, her littermates. "Snowpaw? Whitepaw?" Jaypaw meowed. Snowpaw appeared from the apprentices' den. "Yes, Jaypaw?" He asked. Jaypaw looked around for her sister. "Where's Whitepaw?" Jaypaw asked. Snowpaw shook his head. "She's dead." He answered. END OF PART 26!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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