Its Only a Game by Terry Bradshaw
Hes a man who knows the importance of hard work -- and hes living proof that it pays off.
ITS ONLY A GAME
This is the absolutely guaranteed 100% mostly true story of the man who gained sports immortality as the first quarterback to win four Super Bowls -- and who became Americas most popular sports broadcaster. As honest, unexpected, and downright hilarious as the man himself, Its Only a Game shows the many sides of Terry: the former pipeline worker, cattle-raiser, professional singer, youth minister, actor, television and radio talk-show host, and public speaker -- and replays all the hard-hitting, bone-crunching details from his heyday with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
More than a collection of his funniest stories, Its Only a Game is the personal account of Terrys search for the life before and after football...as only he could tell it.
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A highly prized collegiate football recruit coming out of high school , Bradshaw shunned traditional powerhouse Louisiana State University to attend the smaller Louisiana Tech University in Ruston , which was only about 70 miles km from his hometown. He broke all of the major school passing records in his four years at Louisiana Tech and was selected by the Steelers with the first overall selection of the National Football League NFL draft.
F or younger generations of football fans, Shreveport native Terry Paxton Bradshaw is a goofily enthusiastic television commentator for National Football League NFL games on Sundays, a bald, wide-smiled verbal dervish whose personality always seems to be in overdrive in front of the camera. He also set a national record in the javelin for the track team. Bradshaw then attended Louisiana Tech University in Ruston and immediately developed an attachment to the Bulldog program that has lasted his entire life. With Bradshaw at quarterback, the Bulldogs had great success, including a record his junior year that culminated with a victory over Akron in the Rice Bowl. Bradshaw became, according to many pundits, the premier college quarterback in the country.
But can he hit a receiver in stride with his javelin? It's about more than arm strength, Terry. Read 'star thrower', pictured huge Joe Thomas throwing ninja stars at targets. Pretty cool visual. Wrong star type.
Joe Buck recently interviewed Terry Bradshaw. Bradshaw said he received about scholarship offers after setting the national high school.
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Bradshaw is also an actor, having participated in many television shows and films, most notably starring in the movie Failure to Launch. He played for 14 seasons with Pittsburgh, won four Super Bowl titles in a six-year period , , , and , becoming the first quarterback to win three and four Super Bowls, and led the Steelers to eight AFC Central championships.
A week later, in the Indian Relays at Fair Park, the javelin was moved to 6 p. I felt like I had to do something. Having trouble with his steps and an aching elbow, Bradshaw threw only twice in the preliminaries. The second was two feet shorter. Warming up for the finals, he got off two good throws.