Top Dawg: Mark Richt and the Revival of Georgia Football [NOOK Book]

Overview

Vince Dooley. Herschel Walker. The 1980 National Championship.


The names and accomplishments are forever etched in Bulldog folklore. And now, with one of the best coaches in the game, a powerful young running back, and a team stacked with talent, another national title draws within reach.


Top Dawg offers the inside scoop on how Georgia seized a place among the college ...

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Top Dawg: Mark Richt and the Revival of Georgia Football

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Overview

Vince Dooley. Herschel Walker. The 1980 National Championship.


The names and accomplishments are forever etched in Bulldog folklore. And now, with one of the best coaches in the game, a powerful young running back, and a team stacked with talent, another national title draws within reach.


Top Dawg offers the inside scoop on how Georgia seized a place among the college football elite. Packed with stories of incredible victories, heartbreaking defeats, and quiet acts of integrity, author Rob Suggs hits all the highlights of one of the proudest programs in the country. It's time to revisit the incredible story of Georgia's return to the top of the Dawgpile.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781418585174
  • Publisher: Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
  • Publication date: 9/9/2008
  • Sold by: THOMAS NELSON
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 1,131,433
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Rob Suggs is a writer, editor, and artist. He is the author of My First Rhyming Bible, The Comic Book Bible, It Came From Beneath the Pew,and a number of other books. He is a former senior editor for Walk Thru the Bible. Rob, his wife, Gayle, and their two children reside in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Table of Contents

1 The Checkerboard Statement: Knoxville, 2001 1

2 Dream Deferred: The Journey of Mark Richt 19

3 Dawgs in Decline: Georgia Football, 1983-2000 41

4 Teaching Old Dawgs New Tricks: Season One, 2001 67

5 A Few Good Men: Assembling a Championship Staff 95

6 Knocking Off the Lid: SEC Champions, Season Two, 2002 109

7 Building the Inner Champion: Character, Faith, and Football 137

8 Firming the Foundation: Seasons Three and Four, 2003-2004 149

9 On the Road Again: The Recruiting Challenge 169

10 Take Two: The Second Championship Run, 2005 183

11 Finishing Strong: Redeeming Adversity, 2006-2007 205

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