|Title:||How Lucky You Can Be: The Story of Coach Don Meyer|
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In How Lucky You Can Be, acclaimed sports journalist Buster Olney tells the In September 2008, Northern State University men’s basketball coach Don Meyer stood on the brink of immortality. He was about to surpass the legendary Bobby Knight to become the all-time NCAA wins leader in men’s basketball. Then, on a two-lane road in South Dakota, everything changed in an instant. In How Lucky You Can Be, acclaimed sports journalist Buster Olney tells the remarkable story of the successive tragedies that befell Coach Meyer but could not defeat him. Laid low by a horrific car accident that led to the.
In September 2008, Northern State University men’s basketball coach Don Meyer stood on the brink of immortality. With sensitivity and skill, Olney shows how Coach Meyer mined his physical ordeal for the spiritual strength to transform his life. The inspirational story of a life renewed by unimaginable hardship, How Lucky You Can Be proves that it’s never too late to start making changes-and reminds us that fortune can smile upon us even in our most trying hours. Read on the Scribd mobile app.
3 How Lucky You Can Be: The Story of Coach Don Meyer. Early life and education. At age 8, he developed an affinity for the Los Angeles Dodgers after reading a book about Sandy Koufax. Buster would later attribute his fanship as a reason for his journalistic career. In 2013, Olney delivered the May Commencement Speech at Northern State University, where Meyer coached until 2010, and was still a member of the faculty until his death on May 18, 2014. Personal life References. "Buster Olney Blog".
How Lucky You Can Be. The Story of Coach Don Meyer. Laid low by a horrific car accident that led to the amputation of his left leg below the knee, Coach Meyer had barely emerged from surgery when his doctors informed him that he also had terminal cancer.
With sensitivity and skill, Olney shows how Coach Meyer mined his physical ordeal for the spiritual strength to transform his life.
The Last Night of the Yankees Dynasty. How Lucky You Can Be: The Story of Coach Don Meyer. The book additionally considered why the team lost to the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 2001 World Series and why it didn't win a championship between 2001 and 2003. Since leaving the Times, Olney has become a constant on the ESPN family of networks.
Coach Meyer has taught and given so much to us, and our game is better for it. This book chronicles not only his life as a coach, but his journey as a man through triumph and adversity. His story is a true inspiration and one which everyone should know. Pat Summitt, Coach of the Tennesee Lady Vols. I have had the opportunity to hear Don Meyer speak at several coaching clinics and I always walk away in awe of him and the lessons you can learn from him. This book was no different. The tragic circumstances of his accident and all that he endured afterwards was enough to move a grown man to tears. However, in typical Don Meyer fashion, he uses his tragedy in a fashion that inspires all. Buster Olney writes this in a honest fashion that shows many of Don Meyer's struggles throughout the ordeal.
Sportswriter, Buster Olney, recently wrote a book titled, How Lucky You Can Be: The Story of Coach Don Meyer, which further illustrates how much he has gone through. It comes as no surprise that he’s been so resilient through all of the challenges he’s faced. We talked about everything from religion to marriage and of course some basketball as well. We spoke of mutual friends and contacts, like Coach Bob Starkey, Associate Head Coach of the Louisiana State University women’s.
In September 2008, Northern State University men's basketball coach Don Meyer stood on the brink of immortality. He was about to surpass the legendary Bobby Knight to become the all-time NCAA wins leader in men's basketball.