Unbeatable: Tom Osborne and the Greatest Era of Nebraska Football

Unbeatable: Tom Osborne and the Greatest Era of Nebraska Football

Henry J. Cordes / Dec 10, 2019

Unbeatable Tom Osborne and the Greatest Era of Nebraska Football None

  • Title: Unbeatable: Tom Osborne and the Greatest Era of Nebraska Football
  • Author: Henry J. Cordes
  • ISBN: 9780615715391
  • Page: 194
  • Format: Hardcover
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    906 Comments

    1. Although I was expecting a bit more "untold story," this book is a great recap of Nebraska football from 1993-1997. It's easy to forget the unprecedented success and the remarkable amount of drama, both the highest highs and lowest lows, that made up this era of Nebraska football. Very well-written.


    2. I truly enjoyed this book before giving it to my father as a Christmas present. He then proceeded to read it over the Christmas holiday last year. A great read and I would recommend it to any fan of Big Red.



    3. I bought this book with a Barnes & Noble gift card someone gave me. Just trying to cope with another long, dark off-season of national irrelevance




    4. O yeah!!! Husker fans this book is a most, can't say enough about this book, great backstory of players, behind the scene action, nuff said just read this book if your are at all a husker fan.


    5. I appreciated the many anecdotes regarding what happened behind the scenes during these historic years. However, I was a bit disappointed because it turned out that I already knew most of them.


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