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All The Way to No. 1 Book Signing

High school football has become a huge spectator sport; the new book All the Way to #1, paperbound book authored by Timothy L. Hudak with John R. Pflug, Jr., documents its rise. Coaches like Paul Brown, Wright Bazemore, Gerry Faust, and Bob Ladouceur, they produced national championship teams at schools like Massillon, Valdosta, Moeller and De La Salle. This book identifies 17 top-notch programs. A graduate of the University of Hawaii, Hudak has a bachelor’s degree in history and has studied the history of football at the high school and collegiate levels for more than 25 years. A graduate of Brown University, Pflug majored in political science; his father is in the high school Hall of Fame recognition. Today from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Massillon Museum will host a book signing by the authors. The book signing ties into the exhibit Fashion Outlaws, Paul Brown: The Ohio State Years, It’s Been Awhile. (Niesel)

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