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The One And Only: Chic Harley America's Great Athlete

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The One And Only, is the story of Chic Harley, a quiet, bashful, unassuming man whose heroics during the early years of the 20th century transformed both college and professional football and set the stage for Ohio State's propulsion into high stakes athletics and academics. The 314-page full length biography, authored by Chic Harley's great nephew Todd Wessell, walks the ...more
Paperback, 316 pages
Published July 1st 2009 by Peppertree Press
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Wes Branscum
Jan 27, 2016 Wes Branscum rated it really liked it
This, in my opinion, is a must read for all Ohio State football fans. Written by Chic's nephew it gives insight to Chic's life many have never heard or were mis-guided to believe. The book does a great job covering Chic's entire life from the football field to his struggle with schizophrenia.

Before reading this book I knew of Chic and his contribution to Ohio State sports, but after reading its clear that not only did Chic but OSU football on the map, but in fact the speed up the process of OSU
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