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The Blind Side by Michael Lewis
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Nov 29, 08


Last week I finished reading Michael Lewis’ The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game. From Wikipedia:

The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game is a book by Michael Lewis released in 2006 about American football. It features two dominant storylines. The first is an examination of how offensive football strategy has evolved over the past three decades in large part due to Lawrence Taylor's arrival in the 1980s and how this evolution has placed an increased importance on the role of the left tackle. The second storyline features Michael Oher, the current starting left tackle for the Ole Miss football team. Lewis follows Oher from his impoverished upbringings through his years at Briarcrest Christian School and on to his current position as one of the most highly coveted prospects in college football.

It was definitely enjoyable and interesting to read, especially since I’m a big football fan. Big Mike’s is a “heart-warming” story of sorts, and it will be interesting to follow him as he makes the move to the pros next fall. Here’s a link to an article by Lewis about Oher in NY Times magazine.
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