Thanks, but I think I’ll wait for movie to show up on cable.

Meet Ran Henry, self-described “foremost authority on Coach Spurrier’s life”, and the author of… well…

the “first authorized biography to cover the iconic career of the modern era’s defining college football coach.” Except it’s not an authorized biography. That was an error on the publisher’s part, Henry says. “Definitive,” not “authorized,” is the term he uses.

Sounds like a real page turner.

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9 responses to “Thanks, but I think I’ll wait for movie to show up on cable.

  1. If book burning wasn’t one of the symbols of the Nazis, I would love to have a little lighter fluid and a match when these come rolling off the presses. If I want to buy a unauthorized biography of Darth Visor, I would rather read one written by a Georgia graduate/fan with the real dirt about the OBS.

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  2. Spike

    Money is just too darned hard to come by to spend it on shit like this… Just one man’s opinion..

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  3. Noonan

    I didn’t know that the “modern era” started in 1990 and ended in 2002.

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  4. Mayor

    Can you imagine how pathetic this guy’s life must be if he is the “foremost authority” on Steve Spurrier’s life?

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  5. 69Dawg

    An authorized biography of Steve was written about 10 years ago by a former Gainesville newspaper sports reporter/editor. He was big friends with Steve. It was a fluff piece.

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  6. I’ll wait for a DVD copy to be sold at Goodwill price, plus 1/2 price plus 50% senior discount. LOL

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