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Not So Fast, Sonny e-book

Author:

Sonny Lubick,Bob Schaller

Language:

English

Category:

Sport

Subcategory:

Biographies

ePub size:

1430 kb

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Rating:

4.3

Publisher:

Cross Training Pub; First Thus edition (July 2002)

Pages:

230

ISBN:

1929478410

Not So Fast, Sonny e-book

by Sonny Lubick,Bob Schaller


Written by CSU graduate Bob Schaller, the book details Sonny Lubick's childhood in Butte, Mont. Co-Author Bob Schaller is a 1988 graduate of Colorado State University and the author of more than 30 books.

Written by CSU graduate Bob Schaller, the book details Sonny Lubick's childhood in Butte, Mont. his long tenure as a college coach and his nine seasons at CSU. The paperback. His previous biographies include For God and Country: Foundations of Faith, with Air Force football coach Fisher DeBerry; The First Black Quarterback, with Marlin Briscoe; Touchdown Tommie, with former Nebraska quarterback Tommie Frazier, The State of the Game, with former Louisville coach Denny Crum and Roar of Silence, with deaf former Denver Bronco Kenny Walker.

Not So Fast, Sonny book. Not So Fast, Sonny : Chasing Dreams While Keeping Perspective.

Not So Fast, Sonny : Chasing Dreams While Keeping Perspective.

Author: Sonny Lubick, Bob Schaller. After surviving Hurricane Andrew while an assistant coach at the University of Miami, Sonny Lubick had to make a decision—stay at Miami or set out on his own path and return to a program where he had been an assistant coach. Though he savored his time at Miami, he chose Colorado State and built the cellar-dwelling Rams into a conference champion and nationally ranked program. But Lubick has never chosen the easiest route, instead weighing in such factors as family, friends and happiness.

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Written by CSU graduate Bob Schaller, the book details Sonny Lubick's childhood in Butte, Mont., his long tenure as a college coach and his nine seasons at CSU. The paperback, includes a forward and introduction by Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops.

After surviving Hurricane Andrew while an assistant coach at the University of Miami, Sonny Lubick had to make a decision—stay at Miami or set out on his own path and return to a program where he had been an assistant coach.

Though he savored his time at Miami, he chose Colorado State and built the cellar-dwelling Rams into a conference champion and nationally ranked program. But Lubick has never chosen the easiest route, instead weighing in such factors as family, friends and happiness.

Growing up in Butte, Montana, Lubick suffered two serious injuries—one while working in a mine and the second while playing baseball. Yet he came back, and finished his education before later becoming head coach at Montana State University.

Read about Sonny Lubick’s "family" approach to coaching at Colorado State University and how values like character, honesty, perseverance and hard work led to one of the most recognized jobs of coaching in college football.

There are times to travel to places like Miami where one can reach for the top. And there are other times when one has to decide to bring the top back home. It’s all about chasing dreams while keeping the proper perspective to Lubick.

Though offers of jobs from Miami to Southern California came Lubick’s way while his building of Colorado State was underway, he never wavered in his commitment to finish what he started.

Wrathmaster
Man, after reading this book, you MUST give football wives their due respect for what they go through as their husbands climb the football coaching ladder.

Sonny Lubick's wife, Carol Jo, loyally followed her husband from the Mountain West (Montana and Colorado), to the Pacific West (Stanford), to the South (Miami, Florida), and back to the Mountain West from the late 1970s to 2007. Now, if that aint loyalty I don't know what is.

As for the book, Lubick is a very good storyteller. With the way he described his coaching career and the ups and downs of that career throughout the book, it made it hard to put the book down.

I followed Lubick's career from 1993 to 2007 as a kid growing up in the Pacific West (San Diego, California), as his Rams teams always gave my San Diego State Aztecs a run for their money.

I recommend this book to anyone who wants to become a head or assistant football coach. Even the great head coaches like Lubick had trying times and he never gave up, and neither should you if you feel coaching is your calling.
Chinon
What a great story !!!!!! Especially since I personally know some or most of the folks who are mentioned in the book when it is detailed in Butte and Montana, specifically. This is the kind of story you hear about, but don't necessarily know about the person they are writing about. In this case, I had known most of the story about Sonny Lubick, when I lived in Butte, but so much more is there when you get inside the book itself.

The main thing about this book, is the fact that a person who comes from a small mining town and does some fantastic things with the programs he is entrusted with and goes on to bring a low-level college football program to national prominence because of the way he was brought up and transferred that work-ethic into his football players. I had met Sonny Lubick when I was in Butte and I already knew of his football acumen and the fact that he would go onto higher level programs and bring them into national prominence. Great story and great book about a great football coach.
Adrietius
Great story of a great coach. From his roots in Montana to CSU, Stanford and Miami and back to CSU.
Ynap
Sonny Lubick's reputation for being down-to-earth shows in his book. He talks about his upbringing in Montana, being fired as head coach at Montana State University (which was poignant because he mentions his son did not grasp the consequences of it), being at Miami, and head coach at Colorado State University. Lubick comes off as a religious person, but did come off as preachy. This book is about a coach talking his life in a credible way.
Kefrannan
I grew up being a UW Cowboy and therefore hating the Rams of CSU, but after reading this book I would have to say that Sonny Lubick is one of hereos! This book was amazing and I just could not put it down. This is a must read for any football fan, or anyone who is a fan of overcoming life and the triumph of the human soul! GREAT BOOK!!!
Ahieones
A must read for any CSU fan or aspiring coach. I didn't want the book to end.

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