Books Similar to The Yucks: Two Years in Tampa with the Losingest Team in NFL History

Are you interested in finding books similar to The Yucks: Two Years in Tampa with the Losingest Team in NFL History by Jason Vuic? The Yucks: Two Years in Tampa with the Losingest Team in NFL History can best be described as follows: Friday Night Lights meets The Bad News Bears in this uproarious account of the first two seasons with the worst team in NFL history: the hapless, hilarious, and hopelessly winless 19761977 Tampa Bay Buccaneers.Long before their first Super Bowl victory in 2003, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers did something no NFL team had ever done before and that none will ever likely do again: They lost twenty-six games in a row..

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Books Similar to The Yucks: Two Years in Tampa with the Losingest Team in NFL History

1. Head Ball Coach: My Life in Football, Doing It Differently–and Winning by author Steve Spurrier.
Description: College football’s most colorful, endearing, and successful pioneer, Steve Spurrier, shares his story of a life in football — from growing up in Tennessee to winning the Heisman Trophy to playing and coaching in the pros to leading the Florida Gators to six SEC Championships and a National Championship to elevating the South Carolina program to new heights — and coaching like nobody else. He’s been called brash, cocky, arrogant, pompous, egotistical, and hilarious, but, mostly, he’s known as the Head Ball Coach, a self-ordained term introduced to the lexicon of football by none other than the man, himself, Steve Spurrier.

2. Big Blue Wrecking Crew: Smashmouth Football, a Little Bit of Crazy, and the ’86 Super Bowl Champion New York Giants by author Jerry Barca.
Description: A marauding linebacker who changed the game of football, a tough-as-nails quarterback, and a fiery head coach helped the 1986 New York Giants leave an indelible mark on the NFL. Big Blue Wrecking Crew is the no-holds-barred story of the team that created Giant Football, the pound-you-into-submission, quarterback-crushing defense, coupled with a powerful ball control offense that resulted in a 1986 Superbowl Championshipthe first in team history.

3. The Last Innocents: The Collision of the Turbulent Sixties and the Los Angeles Dodgers by author Michael Leahy.
Description: From an award-winning journalist comes the riveting odyssey of seven Los Angeles Dodgers in the 1960sa chronicle of a team, a game, and a nation in transition during one of the most exciting and unsettled decades in history.Legendary Dodgers Maury Wills, Sandy Koufax, Wes Parker, Jeff Torborg, Dick Tracewski, Lou Johnson and Tommy Davis encapsulated 1960s America: white and black, Jewish and Christian, wealthy and working class, pro-Vietnam and anti-war, golden boy and seasoned veteran.

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