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All Things Being Equal: The Autobiography of Lenny Moore ebook

by Joe Paterno,Jeffrey Jay Ellish,Lenny Moore


Lenny Moore distinguished himself on the gridiron in the 1950s and 1960s playing at Penn State and with the Baltimore Colts. He won numerous awards including Rookie of the Year (1956), Most Valuable Player, and Comeback Player of the Year (1964).

Lenny Moore distinguished himself on the gridiron in the 1950s and 1960s playing at Penn State and with the Baltimore Colts. He was a seven-time All-Pro selection and member of two League Champions (1958 and 1959), and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame (1975). Currently working as a Program Specialist in the Education Department for the Maryland State Department of Juvenile Justice, Moore and his wife Edie live in Randallstown, Maryland.

All Things Being Equal book. Lenny Moore, Jeffrey Jay Ellish. Moore recounts many fascinating life experiences, beginning with his upbringing in a blue-collar family of thirteen in Reading, Pennsylvania.

All Things Being Equal. The Autobiography of Lenny Moore. by Lenny Moore, Jeffrey Jay Ellish. Published July 2005 by Sports Publishing. Although I've called Baltimore my home for most of my adult life, I was actually born in Reading, Pennsylvania.

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I was never a huge Colt or Lenny Moore fan just because I dont follow the team or it's past

I was never a huge Colt or Lenny Moore fan just because I dont follow the team or it's past. However, Lenny did an excellent Job of discussing the risks of not completing College, discussing the disparity between Black and white athletes after their game playing days are over, and how he dealt with it. He is not the first to discuss the subtile rift in locker rooms between black and white football players in the 50's and 60's. However, this is the first book I read that talked about what the white players felt about how the black players were treated.

All Things Being Equal: The Autobiography of Lenny Moore (Lenny Moore With Jeffrey Jay Ellish). NAILED TO THE CROSSBAR: From the NCAA-Penn State Consent Decree to the Joe Paterno Family Lawsuit (Ronald A. Smith). 40. The Nittany Lion (Jackie R. Esposito). 4. Beast of the East: Penn State Vs Pitt: A Game-By-Game History of America's Greatest Football Rivalry (Tim Panaccio).

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In his complete autobiography, All Things Being Equal, Hall of Fame running back Lenny Moore shares his entire story. Moore recounts many fascinating life experiences, beginning with his upbringing in a blue-collar family of ten in Reading, Pennsylvania. He explores his standout, yet challenging time in Happy Valley playing for an already legendary coach in Penn State's Rip Engle, and one in training-Joe Paterno. He also delves into his professional football career with the Baltimore Colts that saw him reach new heights as the MVP of the NFL in 1964. Throughout his amateur and professional career, Moore's toughest competitor was often racism, which battled Moore tooth for tooth. But, as Moore would learn, life would pose other significant battles once his spikes were hung up. Other immortals who played with him-like Johnny Unitas, Gino Marchetti, and Raymond Berry-would easily transition into life after football.
luisRED
I was a joy to read about the life of one of the most devoted, kind and dedicated human beings on this Earth. Lenny, as great of a football player he was ,his greatest achievements were off of the football field. Lenny endured many experiences of the racial bigotry of the 1950's.The NFL still has not lived up to what it should be as long as it allows the Washington football team to carry its racist name.
Kirizan
revealing, honest, thought provoking. I was a paperboy for the Baltimore paper during the rein of the Colts. The book flooded me with memories and opened new insights to the true crosscurrents of the times. Lenny did not polish his star but told the truth. He shines even greater now than in his glory days with a new revelation.
Tetaian
THIS IS THE STORY OF LENNY MOORE FORMER BALTIMORE COLT GREAT. THE MAJORITY OF THIS BOOK COVERS HIS CAREER WITH COLTS. INCLUDED ARE SOME STORIES ABOUT HIS JOHNNY U, WEEB, AND MANY MORE. SOME OF THE HIGHLIGHTS WERE THE MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF BIG DADDY AND LENNY'S THOUGHTS AND RELATIONSHIP WITH DON SHULA. LENNY ALSO COVERS HIS LIFE AFTER THE COLTS AND THE PREDJUDICE AGAINST BLACKS THAT WAS EVEN WORSE BACK IN THE 1950'S AND 60'S. LENNY HAS ENDURED ALOT OF PAIN IN HIS PRIVATE LIFE (DEATH OF 2 WIFES AND ONE OF HIS CHILDREN). BUT HE CONTINUES TO BE A CLASS ACT. I RECOMMEND THIS FOR ALL COLT FANS WHO SAW LENNY PLAY.
sergant
Very heart warming and inspiring book. Written like he would talk. I should know, I met him once! Quick read.
Damand
I loved watching Lenny and it is interesting to learn all he has been through. Congratulations Lenny.
Ahieones
I was never a huge Colt or Lenny Moore fan just because I dont follow the team or it's past. However, Lenny did an excellent Job of discussing the risks of not completing College, discussing the disparity between Black and white athletes after their game playing days are over, and how he dealt with it. He is not the first to discuss the subtile rift in locker rooms between black and white football players in the 50's and 60's. However, this is the first book I read that talked about what the white players felt about how the black players were treated. Great book that flows smoothly without getting into the sex, drugs, and other excesses of pro football players.
Bludsong
Residing in Reading, PA my entire life, I was anxious to read this book. What a disappointment! Lenny Moore portays himself as a victim throughout the book. However, it is clear that he was an underachiever from the start. If you want to read a "poor me" I'm a victim of racism book, this would be the book for you. If you want to read about sports or about something inspirational, forget this piece of garbage.
All Things Being Equal: The Autobiography of Lenny Moore ebook
Author:
Joe Paterno,Jeffrey Jay Ellish,Lenny Moore
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Sports Publishing LLC (October 1, 2006)
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209 pages
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