An NFL head coach and inspiration to millions, Tony Dungy scored a #1 New York Times best-seller with this remarkable memoir. When Dungy became the first African- American head coach to win the Super Bowl, he did it in the shadow of a great tragedy. But even through hardship, his fundamental decency and faith in God was readily apparent in everything he did.
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by Tony Dungy
by Tony Dungy, Nathan Whitaker
by Tony Dungy, Lauren Dungy, Nathan Whitaker
by Nalo Hopkinson
by Ralph Ellison
by Josh Schneider
by Guy Johnson
by Larry Dane Brimner
by Bruce Levine
"Tony Dungy, of the Indianapolis Colts, recounts his life in football, from his playing days to his coaching techniques, and credits one constant motivating force: his trust in God. Peter Jay Fernandez narrates in much the same way Dungy coaches: very steady, not flashy, never loud, always consistent. The listener won't gain anything in the way of salacious detail--that's not Dungy's style, nor is it Fernandez's. Dungy recounts on-the-field successes and shortcomings, as well as off-the-field achievements and tragedies. What comes across through the straightforward approach of both author and narrator is an honest take on how to get through life, whether you're a coach in the NFL or a fan. M.B. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"
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