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Published by Thriftbooks.com User , 16 years ago
It seemed a natural for former all-pro offensive lineman Jerry Kramer and Dick Schaap to again chronicle the players of the 1960s "Packer Dynasty," but this time nearly 20 years after those glory years. This is the third book in a series that had Kramer/Schaap pen works on the Super Bowl II championship season and the very rocky year that followed. Distant Replay starts with a basic premise; getting team members from the Super Bowl I championship squad together for a reunion in "Titletown, USA." As much as it is bringing the reader up to date on what happened to the athletes after they left the stadiums of play, Distant Replay demonstrates how success on the field can be incredible highs that oftentimes cannot be replicated off the gridiron. The lessons learned are timeless. I found Distant Replay a highly enjoyable read and - even 20 years later - one of my favorite sports books. For those interested in the trilogy, Kramer recently released a multi-CD set of recordings and interviews from the late 1960s, along with "distant replay" interviews with former players on the championship years.
Must read for any football fan
Published by Thriftbooks.com User , 20 years ago
A must read for any football fan. Dick Schaap knows how to bring out the best in ex-jocks. I tore through this book in a few nights. I liked it as much as "Instant Replay".
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