TERRY BRADSHAW: Superarm of Pro Football by Jim Benagh

TERRY BRADSHAW: Superarm of Pro Football

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How many Super-Bowl winning quarterbacks have had to parry charges of ""dumbness"". . . and compete with not one but two rivals for the loyalty of the hometown spectators? This sympathetic review takes sides with Bradshaw against the cavils of fans and sportswriters, but Benagh dampens the controversy without effectively beefing up the Bradshaw image. Librarians will notice several typos. . . youngsters will be more disappointed by the short shrift given to the '75 play-offs and Super Bowl X.

Pub Date: May 12th, 1976
Page count: 126pp
Publisher: Putnam