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When Lightning Struck the Outhouse: A Tribute to a Great Coach Ralph

When Lightning Struck the Outhouse: A Tribute to a Great Coach Ralph "sporty" Carpenter

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ISBN13:

9780983561538

ISBN10:
0983561532
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/1/2012
Publisher(s):
Univ of Arkansas Pr
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Summary

This book has been a labor of love that, in retrospect, came easy to me. I drew from sixteen years of daily contact with Coach Carpenter. I also garnered the thoughts of his friends, players, and opponents. We laughed long and hard almost every day. We passed along inside jokes that only he and I understood, most of which I cannot repeat in the interest of decorum.We traveled the world. We won and lost and suffered the outrageous slings and arrows of disgruntled fans. We tasted the sweet wine of victory and we left an indelible mark in the annals of small college football that is remarkable. He was, in the vernacular of my south Georgia upbringing, "much of a man!"


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