Originally Posted by Reaper16
Is it any good? I mean a serious book of literary journalism. Something that can take the time to properly deliver the story. That cover design is not inspiring.
It basically talks about HCBS's life growing up as a kid, how he reflected his younger years as a graduate assistant at USC, before going to North Texas to be Hayden Fry's right hand man and the move to Iowa, as well as his time in Manhattan.
Amazon customer reviews (9 of them) gave it a 4.5 out of 5 stars. Granted, I am a K-State fan, but even with my bias aside, it is a good book. Great book for business and/or coaches to read. A lot of stuff in there that I didn't know.