Chad Millman



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The Ones Who Hit the Hardes...

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The Odds: One Season, Three...

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The Detonators: The Secret ...

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They Call Me Baba Booey

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Iceman: My Fighting Life

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Iceman: My Fighting Life

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Pickup Artists: Street Bask...

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Invincible: My Journey from...

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“A good defense was steadfast and strong and straightforward, dominating in a physical and merciless way. Offense could be messy and tricky, full of mistakes that made the ball tumble to and fro, taking the coach’s stomach for a ride along with it. For Noll, like Brown before him, football’s greatness appeared in the finest details, the inches won in the trenches, not the bundles of yards gained by the fleetest feet or the strongest arms. But mostly, to play great defense was practical, and there is logic and beauty in pragmatism. Logic was Noll’s muse.”
Chad Millman, The Ones Who Hit the Hardest: The Steelers, the Cowboys, the '70s, and the Fight for America's Soul

“The same things we were doing when we were 1-13 were the same things we were doing in 1975. But with much better players.”
Chad Millman, The Ones Who Hit the Hardest: The Steelers, the Cowboys, the '70s, and the Fight for America's Soul



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