A conversation with bestselling author and sports commentator MICHAEL HOLLEY, who will have available for purchase and signing his book Belichick and Brady: Two Men, the Patriots, and How They Revolutionized Football.
Belichick and Brady explores the partnership between the head coach and quarterback for the New England Patriots, the most successful coach/quarterback pair in NFL history. Based on interviews with current and former players, coaches, and executives, Belichick and Brady gives behind-the-scenes details about the rise and dominance of Brady, Belichick, and the New England Patriots.
MICHAEL HOLLEY is the co-host of the radio show “Dale & Holley with Keefe,” airing weekdays on WEEI and featuring an interview with Bill Belichick every Monday during football season. Mr. Holley began his career in journalism at the Akron Beacon Journal and in 1993 was one of several reporters who contributed to the Beacon Journal’s Pulitzer Prize-winning series “A Question of Color,” which studied race relations in Northeastern Ohio. Mr. Holley has also written for the Boston Globe and the Chicago Tribune and has written four books in addition to Belichick and Brady, including the New York Times bestseller Patriot Reign.
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