Raw by Colin Cowherd

Raw

By Colin Cowherd

  • Release Date: 2015-10-13
  • Genre: Sports & Outdoors
Score: 4.5
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Description

In his no-holds-barred, unapologetically controversial voice, New York Times bestselling author of You Herd Me! and ESPN radio show host Colin Cowherd gives an insider’s look into every aspect of sports, including behind-the-scenes scandals, inter-team rivalries, and players’ lives on and off the field.

There’s a lot you don’t see or hear sitting high up in the stands. But Colin Cowherd knows what really goes on—and he’s not afraid to share the vivid details of everything ESPN doesn’t show. From hotel parties for athletes and other industry professionals, to gossip from the road between games, to what happens behind closed doors, Cowherd—who has interviewed everyone from President Barack Obama to Kate Upton—draws on personal experiences to offer you an exclusive look into the rarefied, outrageous, ego-mad sports world.

With unparalleled candor and the signature, brazen voice his fans have come to know and love, Cowherd offers a unique vantage point of places and events otherwise curtained to the general sports audience, while weaving in his opinions on aspects of competition, tradition, and all things refereed. If you want honest, unvarnished opinions on current sports rivalries, scandals, and statistics, it’s all in Raw—from one of America’s most outspoken sports broadcasters on air today.

Reviews

  • Raw

    5
    By CT Kane
    Great second read....as expected! Too interesting and thought provoking to be labeled just a "Sports Guy". Looking forward to the third read that dives into ESPN, the courtship, the marriage, and the divorce.
  • Raw: A great read, filled with sports stories & life stories

    5
    By leftster
    After reading, and thoroughly enjoying Colin's first book, I was curious how this second work would be. Now I know, the first one was just practice. This, just like his radio show, is about sports, mixed with life experiences. I would say though, that sports is secondary in this book, with more emphasis on life. I just hope that Colin has some material left for a third project. This is a must-read for all Herd fans, and for those who are not, you will be after reading this.

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