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    The Perfect Game: Villanova vs Georgetown For The National Championship

    Kyle Keiderling

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The Perfect Game: Villanova vs. Georgetown for the National Championship

by: Kyle Keiderling

The author takes you behind the scene for the story of two coaches from two different backgrounds and styles who matched wits and strategy in a nail biting chess match in Lexington, Kentucky, for the national title.

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Kyle Keiderling is a freelance writer and the award-winning author of the critically acclaimed Shooting Star: The Bevo Francis Story, which as been optioned for a major motion picture and Heart of a Lion: The Life, Death and Legacy of Hank Gathers, which was named Best Sports Biography of 2011 by the International Book Awards Committee. He is a member of the United Sates Basketball Writers Association and has contributed articles to Basketball Times and the Lincoln Library of Sports Champions.
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Kyle Keiderling takes readers behind the headlines of the greatest upset in NCAA Tournament history. The revealing portrait of the coaches and players that took part in the stunning 1985 Villanova upset of defending champion Georgetown University is a compelling “Cinderella” story. On April 1, 1985, Rollie Massimino’s Wildcats clawed their way to victory over John Thompson’s Hoyas in a “game for the ages,” and stunned the basketball world. The author takes you behind the scene for the story of two coaches from two different backgrounds and styles who matched wits and strategy in a nail biting chess match in Lexington, Kentucky, for the national title.

Editorial Reviews Kyle Keiderling takes readers behind the headlines of the greatest upset in NCAA Tournament history. The revealing portrait of the coaches and players that took part in the stunning 1985 Villanova upset of defending champion Georgetown University is a compelling "Cinderella" story. On April 1, 1985, Rollie Massimino's Wildcats clawed their way to victory over John Thompson's Hoyas in a "game for the ages," and stunned the basketball world. The author takes you behind the scene for the story of two coaches from two different backgrounds and styles who matched wits and strategy in a nail biting chess match in Lexington, Kentucky, for the national title.

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