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What It Means to Be a Sooner: Oklahoma's Greatest Players Talk About Oklahoma Football
     

What It Means to Be a Sooner: Oklahoma's Greatest Players Talk About Oklahoma Football

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by Barry Switzer (Foreword by), Bob Stoops (Foreword by)
 

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Taking a decade-by-decade approach to the University of Oklahoma football tradition, this collection brings together over 40 stories from the most outstanding voices of the program. The spirit of Sooners football is not captured by just one phrase, one season, or one particular game; instead, the student-athletes and coaches who made the magic happen over the

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Taking a decade-by-decade approach to the University of Oklahoma football tradition, this collection brings together over 40 stories from the most outstanding voices of the program. The spirit of Sooners football is not captured by just one phrase, one season, or one particular game; instead, the student-athletes and coaches who made the magic happen over the decades blend their experiences to capture the true essence of their beloved school. Sooners fans will relish the intimate stories told by the figures they have come to cherish.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781572437593
Publisher:
Triumph Books
Publication date:
08/28/2005
Series:
What It Means to Be Series
Pages:
352
Product dimensions:
8.48(w) x 9.38(h) x 1.26(d)

Meet the Author

Jeff Snook is an author and a freelance writer who has covered college football for more than 20 years. He lives in West Palm Beach, Florida. Barry Switzer is the former head football coach with the University of Oklahoma. The team won three National Championships under his leadership and participated in post-season bowl games nearly every year he was head coach. He is an inductee of the College Football Hall of Fame and a recipient of the Jim Thorpe Lifetime Achievement Award. Bob Stoops is the head football coach for the University of Oklahoma. He led the team to a National Championship in 2000 and has been recognized for several Coach of the Year awards. They both live in Norman, Oklahoma.

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