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The Toe: The Lou Groza Story

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Autographed Paperback Edition
This Includes - Paperback Edition of "The Toe"
This Includes - Lou Groza's Personal Autograph Inside Book
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$100.00

This Paperback Edition of Lou Groza,Mark Hodermarsky's The Toe: The Lou Groza Story is autographed by Lou Groza.

The Toe: The Lou Groza StoryA great read for Browns fans, Buckeye fans and football fans in general. It’s a great look at the greatest dynasty in NFL history . . . As the current Browns team struggles, it is helpful to remember the proud history of this team―and this book does a great job of that

Get your Lou Groza autographed book today!

Product Details

  • Pages: 111 pages
  • Publisher: Kendall Hunt Pub Co; 2nd edition
  • Release Date: January 01, 1996
  • ISBN-13: 9780787218447
  • Edition: Autographed Paperback Edition

About The Author

Lou Groza was an offensive lineman and place-kicker for the Cleveland Browns from 1946–1967, including the last championship team in 1964.

Product Details

This Paperback Edition of Lou Groza,Mark Hodermarsky's The Toe: The Lou Groza Story is autographed by Lou Groza.

The Toe: The Lou Groza StoryA great read for Browns fans, Buckeye fans and football fans in general. It’s a great look at the greatest dynasty in NFL history . . . As the current Browns team struggles, it is helpful to remember the proud history of this team―and this book does a great job of that

Get your Lou Groza autographed book today!

Product Details

  • Pages: 111 pages
  • Publisher: Kendall Hunt Pub Co; 2nd edition
  • Release Date: January 01, 1996
  • ISBN-13: 9780787218447
  • Edition: Autographed Paperback Edition

About The Author

Lou Groza was an offensive lineman and place-kicker for the Cleveland Browns from 1946–1967, including the last championship team in 1964.

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8.30 Ounces
About the Author

Lou Groza was an offensive lineman and place-kicker for the Cleveland Browns from 1946–1967, including the last championship team in 1964.