Elvis Don't Like Football by Jerry Glanville
The Life and Raucous Times of the Nfl's Most Outspoken Coach

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This book is about a very successful and outspoken football coach, Jerry Glanville.

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As a young contributor to Sports Magazine, Miller would later become a pro football editor. He was the first writer to nationally document the amazing success of Coach Mouse Davis and his Run "n" Shoot offense-the offense that would eventually lead Hawaii and countless other pro and college teams to prominence. Coach Davis' protege at that time was assistant coach June Jones, who became Miller's most trusted NFL source during his entire tenure as a pro football insider. He is also a contributing freelance writer to dozens of periodicals. He is a skilled diver, both free and scuba. He enjoys sailing, surfing, enjoys music, reading, and writing.
Published September 1, 1990 by Macmillan Pub Co. 189 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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This past winter, after four tumultuous years with the Houston Oilers, Glanville was named head coach of the Atlanta Falcons.

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As head coach of the Houston Oilers, Glanville staged an unusual publicity stunt: at out-of-town games he would leave tickets at the box office in the name of a local celebrity, past or present--Elvis

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