"Diary of a Husker" captures the life of David Kolowski, a walk-on offensive lineman for the University of Nebraska from 1998 to 2002.
This exclusive look inside one of the most powerful football programs in the nation coincides with the most turbulent era in Husker Football history. Even with the relative success of a National Championship berth and a Heisman Trophy winner, the team seemed unmotivated, coaches were fired, and the program quickly disintegrated.
With raw emotion and straightforward reporting, we can see what it's like to be a part of the "Big Red" through all the ups and downs. We're also offered unique insight as to why the overhaul of the program was necessary.
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|Publisher:||Big Red Pr Llc|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.00(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book is great! It is packed with info on the team and coaches and gives a great picture of the life of a big-time college football player. This is the best book I've seen so far that shows the whole story, the good and the bad, of college football. Everything is there for David's full five years.
Reading this book makes me remember the glory days of Husker football. There was nothing like a Saturday game at Memorial Stadium, especially in the Osborne years. There is nothing like Husker fans, they are as upstanding as they come.