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Cowboys Essential
Cowboys Essential

Cowboys Essential

Everything You Need to Know to Be a Real Fan!
By Frank Luksa

Essential: Everything You Need to Know to be a Real Fan

SPORTS & RECREATION

192 Pages, 6 x 9

Formats: Cloth, EPUB, Mobipocket, PDF

Cloth, $19.95 (US $19.95) (CA $21.95)

ISBN 9781572438613

Rights: WOR

Triumph Books (Sep 2006)

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Have a friend who thinks he is a Dallas Cowboys know-it-all? Even the most rabid fans can’t remember every single player, statistic or game. However, they now have something to reach for to find the answer to that tricky Cowboys trivia question that pops up during the game on Sunday afternoon.

Filled with fun facts, trivia, biographies of many favorite Cowboys players and top 10 lists that will keep fans captivated, Cowboys Essential: Everything You Need to Know to be a Real Fan by Frank Luksa provides Cowboys fans with all the crucial information about a team whose 46-year history is filled with a number of ups, downs and unforgettable moments.

From the turbulent seasons of the late-1980s to their three Super Bowl victories in the 1990s, the Cowboys have had the leanest of years and some of the most exhilarating moments of any NFL team. Each meaningful piece of Cowboys history is woven together in Cowboys Essential for Dallas fans of all ages.

Cowboys Essential will help all Dallas enthusiasts answer any question, including:

¨ What year did the Cowboys become nicknamed “America’s Team”?

¨ How many NFC championships have the Cowboys won?

¨ Who was the first Cowboys player ever to win an MVP award?

¨ How many Hall of Famers wore a Cowboys uniform at one time or another?

¨ What Cowboys coach earned the nickname “Coach Gunsmoke?”
Cowboys Essential provides even the most hardcore fans with a quick reference guide that will be useful for years to come. Whether you open the book at page 17 or 170, you will find all the information you could ask for in this easy-to-read, hard-bound book.

About the Author
Frank Luksa is a longtime columnist for The Dallas Morning News and the author of numerous books on sports.