Chance for Glory by Darin Watkins

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How wonderful that Watkins has timed this book to appear at the hundredth anniversary of the Rose Bowl. The Washington State Cougars’ efforts give new life and meaning to the game of football by reminding us that anyone with some courage and a dream can succeed, whether at sports or anything else.
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Chance for Glory chronicles the untold story of the magical 1915 season, when the innovative strategies of Native American coach William Lone Star Dietz transformed undersized players into giants on the football field and led Washington State to victory in the first Rose Bowl. Published by Aviva Publishing.
 

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Published October 30, 2015 by Washington State Univ Pr. 279 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Biographies & Memoirs.
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Reviewed by Tyler Tichelaar on Nov 03 2015

How wonderful that Watkins has timed this book to appear at the hundredth anniversary of the Rose Bowl. The Washington State Cougars’ efforts give new life and meaning to the game of football by reminding us that anyone with some courage and a dream can succeed, whether at sports or anything else.

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