The latest edition of the smartest, most authoritative and bestselling sports almanac in America. Whether they're looking for new world records, updating their trivia knowledge, or curious about the most intriguing sports stories of the past year, sports enthusiasts of all kinds will welcome the latest edition of this incredibly popular almanac, which netted more than 100, 000 in sales last year alone. ESPN fans will find many of the network's features here as well as: --In-depth statistics from ESPN's award-winning qInside the Numbersq team. --qSportsCenter'sq Top Ten highlights of each sport. --Exclusive essays and analysis from your favorite ESPN personalities, including Chris Berman, Dan Patrick, Kenny Mayne, and more. --Rule and uniform changes. --Hundreds of photographs. --Thousands of graphics and tables. --Fast access to all the facts: world records, champions, year by year, sport by sport. --Full recap of the World Series, Women's World Cup, and Ryder Cup. The ultimate resource for sports professionals and fans everywhere, the ESPN Information Please(R) Sports Almanac is clearly the winner in its field.2 Ohio State football coach John Cooper is fired one day after an Outback Bowl loss to South Carolina. ... he is leaving the team to be with his ailing mother and to recover from health problems that resulted in heart surgery in December.
|Title||:||ESPN Sports Almanac 2002|
|Author||:||Information Please, Gerry Brown, Michael Morrison|
|Publisher||:||Hyperion - 2001-12-05|