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They Call Me Coach

Author : Bernard Cullen Ritchen
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For over thirty years, Bob Jenkins had been defined by wins and losses in college basketball. As a highly successful Division I head basketball coach, he had reached the pinnacle of his profession. Then one day, without warning, he finds himself being dismissed from coaching by the athletic director of the university. He is angry and confused about how to navigate this turn of events and what to do with the rest of his life. His wife, Sarah, feels that God is moving in his life and leading him in another direction. Bob feels to the contrary that God has forsaken him. Against his better judgment and with pressure from Sarah and their twin daughters, he retires and moves to Florida to begin again. Then one day while working out at the local YMCA he happens upon a Special Olympics basketball team practicing. The thought of God leading him in another direction resurfaces. He will coach again.

Just Call Me Dean

Author : Florene Stewart Poyadue
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Meet Dean A. A. Poyadue. Dean is many things to many peoplea son, a husband, a college student, and an employee. He is also a man living with Down syndrome. Just Call Me Dean is his remarkable story, which he tells with a little help from his mom, Florene. Deans innocence and wisdom will capture your heart as he takes you on a journey through the key events of his life, from early childhood to the present. Discover how, with a can-do attitude and the help of his family, Dean has conquered lifes milestonescollege, employment, marriage, independence, and more. Full of inspiration of anyone whose life is touched by someone with special needs, Just Call Me Dean seeks to help professionals enhance their empathy and skills. Parents of special needs can broaden their expectations for their own children as they learn of Deans accomplishments. Finally, Deans story can help educate the general public about the millions of Americans living with disabilities. Dean challenges us to seek out lifes adventures. Are you up for the challenge?

They Call Me Coach

Author : John Wooden
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The former UCLA men's basketball coach reflects on his career, his life outside of basketball, and the impact some of his top players had on the NBA.

Just Call Me Dad

Author : James W. Minton Sr. Jim
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Do kids come with an owner’s manual? This book is about Jim Minton’s journey of figuring out how to raise his kids and learning a lot about himself in the process. When Jim’s children were born, he focused on raising Division I athletes who would make him look good. He started off as that obnoxious dad we have all witnessed at sporting events. He ended up with thirteen principles for improving himself, plus three amazing kids who bring him great joy as they walk in the truth. Jim loves good quotes. He kept a list on the refrigerator as his kids grew up, many of them coming from legendary basketball coach John Wooden. Jim knew his kids were going to find the bad stuff on their phones and in the culture; it was up to him to get the good stuff in front of them. Along the way, Jim discovered that the Bible is the owner’s manual he was looking for.

Just Call Me Smitty

Author : Ralph R. Smith Sr.
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Things happen to everyone, good and bad. Thats life. How you react to these events are stories of your life. This is mine. By: Ralph R. Smith Sr.

They Call Me Killer

Author : Brian Kilrea
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A lighthearted, intimate chronicle of the Hall-of-Fame junior hockey coach traces his three decades as a head coach and subsequent years as a general manager for the Ottawa 67s, sharing stories and comments from famous athletes while offering insight into his gritty coaching style. Original.

Just Call Me Moose

Author : Karl R. Bossi
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From the prattle on the cobblestone streets of a working class neighborhood of Boston, to the harrowing jungles of Vietnam, an era comes alive. Bossi's memoir, sometimes bitter, sometimes sweet, is a vivid and often humorous portrait of what it was like to grow up with poles-apart Italian-speaking parents. Only later does he understand that “Mum” never found the channel that Pop transmitted on, but not until he realizes that “Mum” wasn't much better when it came to tuning into her last son.

True Blue

Author : Dick Weiss
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Coach Mike Krzyzewski has been Duke University's men's basketball coach for 25 years concluding the 2004-2005 season. To honor his silver anniversary, Dick Weiss has interviewed everyone from former player Christian Laettner to Duke athletic director Joe Alleva piecing together the success Coach K has achieved and how he has become the face of college basketball.

They Call Me Coach

Author : Jeff Yalden
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Rudy

Author : Rudy Ruettiger
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The inspirational real-life story of the man behind the beloved movieRudy,his continued determination to make his dreams come true, and how you can dream big too. How does a lower middle class kid, who suffered through school with undiagnosed dyslexia, get into Notre Dame and become the inspiration for millions in a Hollywood film that has become one of the most inspiring sport movies ever made? He never gave up. For the first time, read Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger's real life story and learn the behind-the-scenes details of the ten years it took to make the movie and how that tossed him into a new career of public speaking that continues on stages today alongside world-class leaders and speakers. Divided into four parts, each include details of the failures and hard lessons he's learned along the way and how hitting the reset button was often the best thing that ever happened to him: Growing up one of 14 kids in Joliet, a brief stint in the Navy opens a new world of opportunity and dreams Rudy finds a side door into Notre Dame where in a legendary moment he becomes the first player in school history to be carried off the field The struggle to find a career after college leads him to his new impossible dream, to get a movie made about his life story Launched into a new world, Rudy finds his true calling as an inspirational speaker and reveals how losing site of his own dreams nearly derails him, but how once again, in learning another of life's most important lessons, he finds a reason to hope again-through the eyes of the next generation of Rudys Rudy doesn't represent some far-fetched Hollywood fantasy that most people can never attain-the power of his story comes from the fact that at heart he's just an "Average Joe." The moral is that anyone with a dream can make that dream a reality-as long as they're willing to put in the hard work, and heart, it takes to get there.