Bo Knows Bo (2020)

Bo Knows Bo Bo Jackson Dick Schaap Bo Knows Bo Here is the candid autobiography of the world s most exciting athlete Bo plays football for the L A Raiders and baseball for the Kansas City Royals He attended Auburn University where he won the Heis
  • Title: Bo Knows Bo
  • Author: Bo Jackson Dick Schaap
  • ISBN: 9780685481851
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Hardcover
Bo Knows Bo Bo Jackson Dick Schaap Here is the candid autobiography of the world s most exciting athlete Bo plays football for the L.A Raiders and baseball for the Kansas City Royals He attended Auburn University, where he won the Heisman Trophy, and is now famous for his Nike and ATT commercials Co author Dick Schaap is the author of Instant Replay, which for many year was the bestselling sports bHere is the candid autobiography of the world s most exciting athlete Bo plays football for the L.A Raiders and baseball for the Kansas City Royals He attended Auburn University, where he won the Heisman Trophy, and is now famous for his Nike and ATT commercials Co author Dick Schaap is the author of Instant Replay, which for many year was the bestselling sports book ever 16 pages of photographs.
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  1. Cbarrett

    This is the first multi hundred page book I ever read I loved Bo Jackson I wanted to be him I collected all his baseball cards I held a bat over my should like Bo does in the cover I had the poster I had most of his posters I longed for football pads I bruised my leg failing to break a bat over my leg after being struck out like Bo I liked Auburn because of Bo I did not even know where Auburn was I wanted a flat top like Bo I yelled War Eagle because that is what Auburn fans did I did not know w [...]

  2. Dean Deters

    Found this at a garage sale for a quarter, and thought it would be interesting I enjoyed the stories of his childhood, and his trip to the major leagues It s a bit self serving, but a fun read My only complaint is that it was written so early in his career, so there is not really a sense of closure, or any information about how his career ended I ll have to look it up on my own.

  3. She-ra's A' DragQueen

    I enjoyed the hell out of this book It s a shame that Bo blew out his hip he could have been the greatest modern runningback easily.His storytelling style or his co authors is much readable than most sports biographies I have re read this book a couple times since.

  4. Weston Lorenz

    The book I am reviewing is titled Bo knows Bo by Bo Jackson and Dick Schaap This book is an autobiography of the exciting life of Bo Jackson as a multi sport superstar Most people know of Bo Jackson as the awesome outfielder for the Kansas City Royals and the very skilled running back for the Oakland Raiders If you enjoy reading about highly skilled sports autobiographies, then this is perfect for you In total, the book has 218 pages which is not too strenuous for anyone In 1990, this book was o [...]

  5. Cam Brandstadt

    I like this book a lot because it includes his teammate s stories about Bo They re all about how he was so strong and how much he got so close to his family over the years, also how his teammates joked around with him, and it shows you what his personality really was like Also, this book shows what his childhood, and I like that It also shows narratives from his teammates showing how much of a beast he really is I really like this book so far and want to see if there s another book like this.I r [...]

  6. Caesar

    This book is a documentary about a man named Vincent Edward Jackson, most of us know him as Bo Jackson One of the Greatest athletes to have ever played in the MLB and the NFL Everyone who ever knew Bo had nothing but great things to say about him, all they would talk about is how great of an athlete he was Bo always had people talking about him People from Sparky Anderson to Randy Dixon He started off as a troubled boy living in poverty with his 9 brothers and sisters He had many problems in sch [...]

  7. Longfellow

    I had been a fan of the Royals for almost a decade when they selected Bo Jackson in the 1986 draft I remember one of my best friends bringing a sports magazine to school shortly after and excitedly showing me Bo on the cover the feature story speculated that he could be the first 40 40 man in the history of baseball I remember sitting in the Luge level at Royals Stadium and seeing Jackson drive a home run half way up the grass just left of dead center field And I vaguely remember the passively a [...]

  8. Michael Sephes

    Bo Knows Bo by Bo Jackson and Dick Schaap is an autobiography of Bo Jackson Bo Jackson played in the NFL and MLB and he was very good at both sports but injuries ended his playing time Bo tells you about his humble up brings in Bessemer, Alabama Also he talks about growing up without his father in his live and Being the Bad Jackson kid Also talk about how much anger he had as a kid but most of it start to go awhile when he starts playing sports Bo Played many sports as a kid like track, baseball [...]

  9. Michael Dargan

    Bo Knows Bo by BO Jackson is and autobiography about BO Jackson life When BO had his first Child it Changed his whole life.He went to collage and played both Football and baseball ,and was the best at both Bo had teams from all over the world wanting him but Bo s mother wanted him to return to collage and finish his work.Bo played for Memphis baseball Bo s mother was very sick That was a hard time for him because it was during the season so she was on his mind every second of the day so he wasn [...]

  10. Tahj Dickerson

    Bo Knows Bo is about Bo Jackson s life growing up playing many sports His biological name is Vincent Edward Bo Jackson He was born on November 30,1962 in Bessemer, Alabama In high school, Bo was a star He brought in views from the New York Yankees He played baseball, football, and ran track He excelled at all those things Bo went on to attend at Auburn University He became a football MVP and had won the Sugar Bowl Also, he was qualified to be on the US Olympic track team In 1987, Bo decided to g [...]

  11. Tom Gase

    I got this book for a buck at the S.F Library Fort Mason sale and when I picked it up I was stoaked I had wanted to read this since it came out in 1990, and it s co author is Dick Schaap, one of the best writers of all time.Only problem with this book is a lot has happened to Bo Jackson since 1990 A lot He should do an updated book How an injury forced him to stop playing in the NFL How he had to stop playing baseball but made a remarkable return with the White Sox I believe he was with the team [...]

  12. Hans Petersen

    This is a story of a great athlete from his own perspective The book Bo knows Bo is an autobiography of Vincent Edward Bo Jackson who was the First person honored by the hall of fame for 2 sports Baseball and his hobby football He played for the California Angels, the Chicago White Sox and the Kansas City Royals in baseball and for the L.A Raiders in football He also won the heisman trophy in 1985 Because of this i think He was the greatest athlete who ever lived he made the book centered around [...]

  13. Troyhester

    BO KNOWS BO is a book about Bo who went though all types of things BO KNOWS BO is about how BO was great in baseball and football but still is human and runs into some problems along the way what I liked about this book is how the setting is always changing and it really gets you interested first he s with the royals on the road playing baseball or he s on the road playing football or back home with his family what I didn t like about the book is its like two chapters in one chapter witch makes [...]

  14. Turron Green

    Bo Knows Bo is about the famous running back Bo Jackson The book starts off by letting the reading know Bo s lifestyle while he was younger He was a troublesome child who bullied many kids if they bothered him But Bo loved sports except basketball He also excelled in every sport he played.I liked everything about this book The main reason is because Bo Jackson is one of my favorite athletes I also like how the dialogue was in the book because he didn t try to use proper language or change his wa [...]

  15. Rylan Peets

    Bo Knows Bo by Dick Schaap and Bo Jackson was truly an amazing piece of writing These two obviously worked well and hard together to create this masterpiece Bo Jackson is one of my heros because of his morales and work ethic, and I could not put the book down Bo Jackson was a pro athlete that played both football and baseball, and was absolutely stellar at both After a tragic football game, his career was over The book starts off with Bo s child life, and progresses all the way up to his career [...]

  16. Jamie King

    IF you don t know Bo than get to kno.This sports memoir tells the emotional childhood story of someone who was chased away by everyone to having everyone chasing after him.Bo Jackson writes about his impoverished upbringing in Alabama, offering a much better look into American culture than football life As he opens up with candor about his childhood being treated like a slow witted, outcast we see what a strong, passionate character he has become.Bo Jackson is the most impressive athlete I have [...]

  17. Zachry

    Bo Jackson is an amazing athlete with an amazing story This book inspired me because he was the first person to play baseball and football professionally in the MLB and NFL, it shares the real inside prospective of Bo Jackson life before and after his success and all that challenges he faced.I enjoyed reading because as a basketball player i could related to what he went through on and off the field and court and what to expect in the future I danced to the beat of my own drums not nobody else s [...]

  18. Jamir Mallory

    Bo Knows Bo by Bo Jackson is a interesting sports book This is about Bo Jackson and his life from a kid to the pros He was a multi talented athlete There was nothing that Bo Jackson could not do From the early childhood struggles all the way to the pros, Bo knew he would be special.There s a lot of things that I like about the book His lifestyle was very interesting from beginning to end The book was only 8 chapters, but in those 8 chapters so much was explained to the reader There was nothing t [...]

  19. Drew Anstead

    Bo knows Bo is a great book I really liked the fact that he took part in this book I learned a lot about Bo Jackson from my dad, who was a huge fan of him This book taught me even If you like someone who is going to say it how it is You should read this book Bo only says it how he thinks of it, he doesn t sugar coat anything I like that part of the book I also liked the fact that he makes the book funny It isn t serious all the time he obviously had fun with writing this you can just tell.

  20. Douglas

    Its pretty obvious why I would want to read about one of the greatest two sport pro athletes ever I still remember his shoes, nike campaigns and the picture on the front of this book His biography is pretty entertaining He was a bully and grew up poor and as one of 10 kids He injects a lot of his own perspective and thoughts as he progresses throughout his life and career Its really quite funny I learned a lot about him I d give this a good recommendation.

  21. Jaquari

    Its pretty obvious why I would want to read about one of the greatest two sport pro athletes ever nike campaigns and the picture on the front of this book His biography is pretty entertaining He was a bully and grew up poor and as 8 of 10 kids He injects a lot of his own perspective and thoughts as he progresses throughout his life and career Its really funny I learned a lot about him I d give this a good recommendation.

  22. Seth Brousseau

    Good but very easy read I was reading this book mostly for an in depth look into the training routine of this madman from youth to adult but found limited amounts of this It seems like he received much of his athleticism naturally from his very rambunctious youth of getting in fights, running from bullies, and crab apple fights with other kids This was a must read book for me but I have to say I wish this was a thorough look into his life rather than just a top down view.

  23. JamesWard

    I ve had this book on my shelf for a bit I heard a radio interview with Bo a few weeks ago and finally decided to read it The book is super dated, as it was published while Bo was still playing both football and baseball It s 210 pages but a super easy read and somewhat enjoyable A lot of Bo s antidotes and stories are funny and worth reading but some of his writing hurts my brain Bo is interesting enough to push through, even if he addresses himself in 3rd person.

  24. Brent

    Overall, even back then, I knew this really wasn t that good of a book Why did I rate it so high then Well this is seriously the first time that I can remember reading about sex in detail Sure, there was sex ed class, but that was glossed over stuff Bo Knows Bo was dirrrrty Funny that I grew up a lot by reading this book.

  25. Anthonymiller

    this book involves a professional football player baseball player and a man that was good at any sport by the way i have his autograph in my book he live in kansas but had to move to oakland because he made the cut and was successful until the nfl cooperation found out he did drugs so he went to his baseball career and had a big succes

  26. Sam Hammers

    I enjoy this novel very much Bo Jackson the author of his book Bo knows Bo captured and explained his life very well to his audience The only dislike that I have on this book is the way he started out his book including unneeded ad ons to the beginning of the book and just kept at the end But other then that it was a great book and I would recommend it to all.

  27. Josh Sims

    This is the first 100 page book i read when i was a kid He is the greatest athlete of my generation If you have a child that loves sports and you want to teach him or her what it takes to become a great athlete and the struggles it take to get there then this is the book It will keep you entertained until the end

  28. Sebastian

    As a kid, I thought this was great Just thinking about it makes me want to play with the Raiders in Tecmo Bowl and have Bo score 6 touchdowns and run for 700 yards in a game including several 80 yard runs I think I was the first person ever to check this out of my library and that probably made it even cooler to me.

  29. Dain

    This may be the first book I read, with the possible exception of the thirty or so Hardy Boys novels I read at roughly the same time Bo Jackson was a god he hasn t died, but he s down graded to mortal chef and was definitely my first biography subject.

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