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A must read for the college basketball fan and a highly recommended one for anyone that loves sports.
Enjoyed the 'behind the scenes' at the Final Four, as well as the historical perspective on different coaches and teams.
The book felt like it was made of discrete chapters, but not to be read together due to the repetition.
good read, good stories, a bit too long on some chapters where you forget what the chapter was aboutPublished 2 months ago by Gerald W. Hayner
Enjoyed the 'behind the scenes' at the Final Four, as well as the historical perspective on different coaches and teams.Published 5 months ago by Bob
Wow! Talk about what it means too get to the Big Dance. The author did a super job explaining more than college basketball. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jim Serger
I am a big fan of John. I especially like his golf books. I thought this book got to granular on details that really weren't that interesting. I will still read his future books.Published 8 months ago by Kelly T.
A decent, quick read about March Madness and the Final Four. The depiction of the coaches meetings during the last weekend in March is what makes this a worthwhile work. Read morePublished on May 30, 2011 by J. Smallridge
Roxanne and the team at HangingWallBooks really took care of me and my order! Their superior customer service is rarely seen nowadays. Highly recommend!Published on January 16, 2011 by A. Carroll
I like Feinstein's books due to his easy-reading style; even when the journalism is uneven you plow right through. This entertaining yet flawed look fits that bill. Read morePublished on May 6, 2009 by K.A.Goldberg
Sports journalism is often accused of being soft-ball journalism, where sports writers cozy up to athletes, coaches, and administrators in exchange for closely-guarded access as... Read morePublished on March 15, 2009 by Scott Schiefelbein
I was sorely disappointed by this book. So much so, that I never even finished it. I have devoured most of Feinstein's other books (except for "The Open". Read morePublished on May 11, 2008 by W. Alexander