What if there was an athlete born so extraordinary that he won Olympic Gold, Super Bowl MVP, World Series MVP, and NBA Finals MVP, in a few short years, making icons like Jesse Owens, Jim Brown, Willie Mays, and Michael Jordan look like small and ordinary men. Then decided to take on Heavyweight Boxing, Hockey—even NASCAR? How quickly would we want to tear him back down to earth? How spectacular would be his crash? How complete would be the carnage left behind?
“We wish there were gods on earth, to make things right, to show us the way.” So begins Meteor, the story of Lucius Morgan, born and raised in poor rural Louisiana but destined for unbelievable fame and riches, as told by Frank Decker, Sports Illustrated reporter, self-described as a “homely, overweight, vertically-challenged hack writer, eking out my miserable ration by watching playtime go by and typing about it in wistful tones.”
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