The back roads to March : the unsung, unheralded, and unknown heroes of a college basketball season / John Feinstein.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Bethlehem Main Library||796.323 (Text)||33062009272783||New Adult Non-Fiction||Checked Out||05/27/2020|
- ISBN: 9780385544481
- ISBN: 0385544480
- Physical Description: xii, 416 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : color illustrations ; 25 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : Doubleday, 
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"John Feinstein has already taken readers into the inner circles of top college basketball programs in The Legends Club. This time, Feinstein pulls back the curtain on college basketball's lesser-known Cinderella stories -- the smaller programs who no one expects to win, who have no chance of attracting the most coveted high school recruits, who rarely send their players on to the NBA. Feinstein follows a handful of players, coaches, and schools who dream, not of winning the NCAA tournament, but of making it past their first or second round games. Every once in a while, one of these coaches or players is plucked from obscurity to continue on to lead a major team or to play professionally, cementing their status in these fiercely passionate fan bases as a legend. These are the gifted players who aren't handled with kid gloves -- they're hardworking, gritty teammates who practice and party with everyone else. With his trademark humor and invaluable connections, John Feinstein reveals the big time programs you've never heard of, the bracket busters you didn't expect to cheer for, and the coaches who inspire them to take their teams to the next level."-- Provided by publisher.
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