After all his years as a sports talk TV and radio legend in Chicago, Coppock finally puts all of his thoughts on paper in his new book Fat Guys Shouldn't Be Dancin' at Halftime: An Irreverent Romp Through Chicago Sports, where he dissects the local sporting scene and offers his outspoken opinion on topics such as:
Coppock has been covering the Chicago sports scene for decades, and his humorous anecdotes, musings and rankings in Fat Guys Shouldn't Be Dancin' at Halftime: An
Irreverent Romp Through Chicago Sports are sure to both raise the eyebrows of many Chicago sports junkies while others nod their heads in approval regarding Coppock's assertions. So if you are a hardcore Chicago sports fanatic, then Fat Guys Shouldn't Be Dancin' at Halftime: An Irreverent Romp Through Chicago Sports is a can't miss book that will make you both laugh hysterically and shake your fist while gaining a sincere appreciation of all the Chicago's sports scene both past and present has had to offer.
About the Author:
Chet Coppock has been an integral part of the Chicago sports scene for more than four decades. Flamboyant and opinionated, Chet first made his mark as a TV sports anchor, then revolutionized sports talk radio with his long-running show, Coppock on Sports. He is probably the only Emmy Award-winner who can brag that he has been national TV voice for Roller Derby, P.A. announcer for the Bears, and Michael Jordan's sidekick for selling Chevrolets. This is his first book.
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