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On April 30, 1984, the cover of Sports Illustrated featured a photograph of an old black leather football helmet with a large white skull and corssbones crudely painted on the helmet's front center. The title of the cover article was "The Toughest Coach There Ever Was." The article, written by Frank Deford, was an amazing 18 pages in length, and remains one of the longest (if not the longest) article ever to appear in the world-famous magazine. Who was the article about? Not Vince Lombardi, or Bear Bryant, or any other prominent professional or major college coach. The article was about an unknown junior college football coach from Scooba, Mississippi.
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X. M. Frascogna, Jr., (Mike), is a 1964 graduate of St. Joseph High School in Jackson where he played halfback for legendary Coach Bill Raphael. Mike attended Mississippi State University where he was a sprinter on the track team. He began practicing law in 1972 and established a specialized practice in the area of Entertainment and Sports Law. Mike now teaches a similarly styled course at Mississippi College School of Law. His firm, Frascogna Courtney, remains one of the few firms in the southeast with such a specialty. X. M. Frascogna, III, (M3), played high school football at Jackson Academy in Jackson, Mississippi for Coach Sammy Dantone from 1988-1990. He spent his freshman year at Millsaps College before transferring to the University of Notre Dame, where he was a wide receiver and played on special teams for Coach Lou Holtz during the 1992-1995 seasons. M3 now practices law as part of the Entertainment and Sports division of Frascogna Courntey law firm in its Jackson, Mississippi office. Martin Frank Frascogna, (Marty) played high school football for Coach John McInnis at Jackson Prep in Jackson, Mississippi from 1994-1996. He played at Millsaps College from 1997-2001 as a defensive back and kick returner for Coach Ron Jurney and Coach Bob Tyler. He was twice named an all-conference player in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference. Marty now practices law as part of the Entertainment and Sports Law division of Frascogna Courtney law firm in Jackson, Mississippi.
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Book Description The Mississippi Sports Council, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P11097894383X
Book Description The Mississippi Sports Council, 2010. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M097894383X