Paul Brown

Paul Brown : The Man Who Invented Modern Football

By (author) George Cantor , Foreword by Bill Walsh


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The first full-length biography of the legendary head coach of the Cleveland Browns, this book explores how Paul Brown worked his way from high school coach to pro football Hall of Famer, while setting forth a blueprint for the modern game. As the first coach to scout opponents through game films, call plays from the sideline, and systemize the college draft, Brown finessed the sport into a more precise science. His teams rarely disappointed, and he created a winning dynasty in Cleveland, coaching the Browns to three NFL championships and four AAFC titles. Based on extensive research and original interviews with former player and others, this book examines in absorbing detail Paul Brown's profound influence on the game.

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  • Hardback | 218 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 27.94mm | 544.31g
  • 01 Sep 2008
  • Triumph Books (IL)
  • Chicago, IL
  • English
  • 2 8-page 1-color photo inserts
  • 1572437251
  • 9781572437258
  • 732,464

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George Cantor spent 40 years with the "Detroit Free Press" and "Detroit News," most of them as an editor, news columnist, and sportswriter. His daily commentary, Looking at Detroit was heard for seven years on Detroit radio, and he also contributed to a twice-weekly television feature, Slice of Life. "

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