This book kept me engrossed and involved from start to finish.
Auriemma's co-writer creates a style that makes Geno come across as a good guy who tries hard - a real rags to riches, Horatio Alger story.
I think anyone who is a basketball fan, especially a women's basketball fan, should read this book.
A looking behind the scenes of a man who loves basketball but more importantly cares about the people he coaches and tries to get them to strive to their best at the game and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by michael devost
If you like people who put down the greatest coach in basketball history (Pat Summitt) interesting go ahead and read it, but there was too much whining and nasty remarks for me.Published 1 month ago by Patricia Gingerich
Great insight to Coach Auriemma's life and motivations. I was one of the legions of Geno haters for many years, but the thing is, I LOVE women's basketball. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Toni A. Reynolds
Geno Auriemma came from Italy and didn't speak any English until he was 7. This book was released in 2005 and I remember almost everything that he writes about. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kevin H. Cushman
Loved this book, started it and then couldn't it get back from my wife because she liked it so much and she doesn't even like basketballPublished 4 months ago by lawrence g holmes
Enjoyed reading and gaining some insight about the man who has run such a successful basketball program year after year. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Veronica O'Dette
Great, intimate portrayal of a coach as well as a consummate father. Coach Aureima reminds me of a military father. His intensity is as prevalent as flash fire. Read morePublished 5 months ago by terrique
What a passionate guy. Book all over the place, backward and forward in time. But the inside look at how geno works is worth the time.Published 6 months ago by katy perry
Very easy read...definitely gives you a different perspective of him than what you see on tv. Would highly recommend to anyone.Published 6 months ago by John Stewart