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ESPN College Football Writer and Author Mark Schlabach Visits The Chris Vernon Show

ESPN’s College Football writer and author Mark Schlabach stopped by The Chris Vernon Show today to talk about his new book he co-authored with former Florida State Football Head Coach Bobby Bowden entitled “Called To Coach”. During his interview Schlabach gives a very in depth look into the book, why it was written, how it came to be, and some of the stories included in it.

As a fan of Bowden, who never looked into him off the field, reading this book is of high interest to me because it paints such a different picture of the 2nd highest winning coach in NCAA College Football coaching history.

The book “Called To Coach” is available now on Amazon.com (Click Here For Link)

Audio of Chris Vernon’s interview with Memphis Grizzlies Majority Owner Michael Heisley can be heard below or Downloaded on our iTunes Podcast (Search “The Chris Vernon Show”).

To Hear Audio From Mark Schlabach’s August 24 Interview On The Chris Vernon Show (Click Here)

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August 24, 2010 - Posted by | Bobby Bowden, Chris Vernon Show, Coaches, Florida State Football, Mark Schlabach, Uncategorized

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