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The application of the blog’s crude-yet-clever shtick to a book-length chronicle of Titus’ four years at OSU wears thin in later chapters, but the unique combination of snort-inducing hilarity and insider perspective makes this required reading for younger (or just perpetually immature) hoop heads.Read Full Review of Don't Put Me In, Coach : My I... | See more reviews from Kirkus
The Maxim demographic will revel in Titus’s rebellious tales, which come with a heaping portion of snarky, bro-friendly prose, scatological humor, and pop culture references.Read Full Review of Don't Put Me In, Coach : My I... | See more reviews from Publishers Weekly
When Titus refuses to take himself even a bit seriously, the book devolves into frat-house humour that is neither appealing nor particularly original.Read Full Review of Don't Put Me In, Coach : My I... | See more reviews from National Post arts
No book I’ve read recently concerns itself with the elimination of bodily fluids more than this one, and far too much of Don’t Put Me In, Coach is given over to smart-alecky stuff, much of which will fall flat unless you are male, between the ages of 18 and 23, and drunk.Read Full Review of Don't Put Me In, Coach : My I...
While a story like that is certainly memorable (and possibly, on a personal level, traumatizing), it is the type of incident that fans assume occurs all of the time in big-time collegiate sports. Titus plays it off as zany and unbelievable, but it is ordinary on its own merits.Read Full Review of Don't Put Me In, Coach : My I... | See more reviews from National Post arts
Hardly inspirational stuff, though the so-called millennial generation may find Mark Titus’ success as a smart-ass blogger who chronicled his time as a walk on bench jockey at Ohio State amusing.Read Full Review of Don't Put Me In, Coach : My I...
(I should probably put in a mild warning--this book is most likely intended for the teen to early 30's male with the sexual and bathroom humor might one expect for such a crowd--if this really bothers you, you'll probably a) not love the book and b) question my maturity),Read Full Review of Don't Put Me In, Coach : My I...
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