50 Years, 50 Moments

50 Years, 50 Moments

The Most Unforgettable Plays in Super Bowl History

Book - 2015 | First edition
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"The Super Bowl is an American tradition of grand annual gridiron pageantry and competition. Regarded as the preeminent sports event in this country, Super Bowl games have molded athletic heroes and created household names. February 2016 will usher in the fiftieth Super Bowl championship and what better way to celebrate this time-honored tradition than with 50 Years, 50 Moments: The Most Unforgettable Plays in Super Bowl History-a compelling collection of five decades worth of memories, insights, and personal experiences from the players who have contributed to the iconic quality of the Super Bowl experience. 50 Years, 50 Moments will be the authoritative companion source book for rabid and casual sports fans alike as an in-depth look at the most iconic, strategic and record-breaking moments in football history from the Super Bowl's inception to now. This collection is compiled by the legendary former wide receiver Jerry Rice-his intimate knowledge of the game and access to the league, with the support of the accomplished sports researcher and journalist Randy O. Williams, will take fans on a hard-hitting tour of fifty years of unforgettable moments from the greatest game in sports history"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York, NY : Dey Street Books, [2015]
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780062302601
Characteristics: xiii, 446 pages ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Williams, Randy 1957-
Alternative Title: Fifty years, fifty moments


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Mar 23, 2016

I enjoyed the vivid descriptions and entertaining insight into the top fifty moments in SB history presented by the greatest receiver ever. The greatest receiver ever not only provided the reader with relevant statistics but even some analysis. I especially remember the analysis for moment #7 which I say is like a moment the modern football world can never forget. It was interesting to read the greatest receiver's take on it. But everyone knows Seattle should have ran the ball.


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