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Here is the candid autobiography of the world's most exciting athlete Bo plays football for the LA Raiders and baseball for the Kan 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 what it meant and secretly hoped that it wasn't something that a six grader shouldn't say I just used a double negative but don't care because this is about Bo Jackson He was the coolest Oakland Raider ever He was the coolest Kansas City Royal ever it is no slight to George Brett to be second because he knows Bo is first and Bo knows too because Bo Knows Bo The book contained things that a six grader at least in the 80s doesn't understand But that is probably good Man I am gonna go on ebay and order the poster La casa que arde de noche of the world's most exciting athlete Bo plays football for the LA Raiders and baseball for the Kan 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 Black woman black life over my should like Bo does in the cover I had the poster I had most Los ritos del agua: Trilogía de La Ciudad Blanca 2 (Autores Españoles e Iberoamericanos) of his posters I longed for football pads I bruised my leg failing to break a bat Heads, Features and Faces (Dover Anatomy for Artists) over my leg after being struck Evolve Level 4 Students Book out like Bo I liked Auburn because Professional Daily Fantasy Football 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 what it meant and secretly hoped that it wasn't something that a six grader shouldn't say I just used a double negative but don't care because this is about Bo Jackson He was the coolest Oakland Raider ever He was the coolest Kansas City Royal ever it is no slight to George Brett to be second because he knows Bo is first and Bo knows too because Bo Knows Bo The book contained things that a six grader at least in the 80s doesn't understand But that is probably good Man I am gonna go Stories for Boys on ebay and Mountain City order the poster

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Author Dick Schaap is the author of Instant Replay which for many year was the bestselling sports book ever 16 pages of photograph 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 wrestling and football When Bo got to high school he ran track played football and baseball Bo was great at all the sports he played while at high school so good the pro teams wanted but he said no to go to college When it was time to pick a college he picked Auburn because they did not promise him anything Bo got use to the college life uickly and in his senior year after he won the Heisman he was not able to play baseball because a trip on a private jet to meet the team After that he refused to play for them so he went to go play in the MLB Bo got drafted by the Kansas City Royals in 1986 A year later he chose to play in the NFL with the Oakland Raiders Bo has a wife in 2 kids that he love dearly In the 1990 playoffs got tackled awkwardly and end his football career But he continued to play baseball until 1994 There are plenty of things I like about this book One thing is the humor every other I was in tears after every other page The humor is constant through the whole story that builds to the story Also enjoy how the book is written you can never get lose it is super straight forward which is good I also like how honest Bo on tell his not holding back But I dislike how he don't talks about his teammates I think if he talked a lit bit a bout his teams you will see his bonds with others But thats the only problem I have with this book Despite the lack of his bonds with his teammates I would recommend this book The humor kept my head in the book if you like this book then your like of the sports books if you watch shows like 30 for 30 then you love this book Must Love Breeches (Must Love, of Instant Replay which for many year was the bestselling sports book ever 16 pages Το καφενείο των τρελλών of photograph Bo Knows Bo by Bo Jackson and Dick Schaap is an autobiography When Science Fails 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 It Looked Different on the Model: Epic Tales of Impending Shame and Infamy of it start to go awhile when he starts playing sports Bo Played many sports as a kid like track baseball wrestling and football When Bo got to high school he ran track played football and baseball Bo was great at all the sports he played while at high school so good the pro teams wanted but he said no to go to college When it was time to pick a college he picked Auburn because they did not promise him anything Bo got use to the college life uickly and in his senior year after he won the Heisman he was not able to play baseball because a trip EUSKARA ADIBIDEZ 4 LEHEN HEZKUNTZA IKASLIBURUA JAKINTZAREN BIDEAK ARINDU BIZKARRA on a private jet to meet the team After that he refused to play for them so he went to go play in the MLB Bo got drafted by the Kansas City Royals in 1986 A year later he chose to play in the NFL with the Oakland Raiders Bo has a wife in 2 kids that he love dearly In the 1990 playoffs got tackled awkwardly and end his football career But he continued to play baseball until 1994 There are plenty Studying the Novel of things I like about this book One thing is the humor every Quiéreme menos pero quiéreme bien (Volumen independiente) other I was in tears after every Theories of International Politics and Zombies other page The humor is constant through the whole story that builds to the story Also enjoy how the book is written you can never get lose it is super straight forward which is good I also like how honest Bo L'amour foudre on tell his not holding back But I dislike how he don't talks about his teammates I think if he talked a lit bit a bout his teams you will see his bonds with Panjamon others But thats the Filip - dječak bez imena only problem I have with this book Despite the lack Los últimos caminos de Antonio Machado: De Collioure a Sevilla (F. COLECCION) of his bonds with his teammates I would recommend this book The humor kept my head in the book if you like this book then your like Astonishing X-Men of the sports books if you watch shows like 30 for 30 then you love this book

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Sas City Royals He attended Auburn University where he won the Heisman Trophy and is now famous for his Nike and ATT commercials Co 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 originally published Bo Jackson is not known as a writer which brings a different style for the reader to learn from most likely because this is his only book that he has written At some points in Bo’s life story there are hurdles he has to overcome to be an all star athlete What are those hurdles? You’ll have to read and find out for yourself There is very little vulgar language or offensive content This book could be read by all ages who are interested in athletes who had difficult decisions to make to be as successful as they were in the pros Students that are advanced may not enjoy it as much because of its shorter length but it is still a good read The lesson that the reader may learn is that if you work hard then any dream that you have is achievable Professional Daily Fantasy Football of the exciting life Stories for Boys of Bo Jackson as a multi sport superstar Most people know Mountain City of Bo Jackson as the awesome Untitled (The Trials of Apollo, 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 Extracted originally published Bo Jackson is not known as a writer which brings a different style for the reader to learn from most likely because this is his Mr. Miller: ¿Cuándo el depredador se volvió la presa? (Spanish Edition) only book that he has written At some points in Bo’s life story there are hurdles he has to Musika airean (Literatura) overcome to be an all star athlete What are those hurdles? You’ll have to read and find The Magicians Wife out for yourself There is very little vulgar language Power And Prosperity or High Stakes (Vampire Beach, offensive content This book could be read by all ages who are interested in athletes who had difficult decisions to make to be as successful as they were in the pros Students that are advanced may not enjoy it as much because Half to Death of its shorter length but it is still a good read The lesson that the reader may learn is that if you work hard then any dream that you have is achievable


10 thoughts on “Bo Knows Bo

  1. says:

    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 what it meant and secretly hoped that it wasn't something that a six grader shouldn't say I just used a double negative but don't care because this is about Bo Jackson He was the coolest Oakland Raider ever He was the coolest Kansas City Royal ever it is no slight to George Brett to be second because he knows Bo is first and Bo knows too because Bo Knows Bo The book contained things that a six grader at least in the 80s doesn't understand But that is probably good Man I am gonna go on ebay and order the poster


  2. says:

    Found this at a garage sale for a uarter 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. says:

    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 easilyHis storytelling style or his co authors? is much readable than most sports biographies I have re read this book a couple times since


  4. says:

    Great Biography of my favorite sports player of all time


  5. says:

    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 originally published Bo Jackson is not known as a writer which brings a different style for the reader to learn from most likely because this is his only book that he has written At some points in Bo’s life story there are hurdles he has to overcome to be an all star athlete What are those hurdles? You’ll have to read and find out for yourself There is very little vulgar language or offensive content This book could be read by all ages who are interested in athletes who had difficult decisions to make to be as successful as they were in the pros Students that are advanced may not enjoy it as much because of its shorter length but it is still a good read The lesson that the reader may learn is that if you work hard then any dream that you have is achievable


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    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 school it's not because he was not smart enough but because he had a speech problem He stuttered a lot and other kids would make fun of him for that and he would get upset and angry and he would start beating up all the kids that would make fun of him It got so bad that he would consider it an after school ritual He was getting so mean that people would try to be his friend just so the would not get beat up It was not the fact that he was a bad kid just some of the decisions he made were not the best or right ones He once killed a pig with one rock He was a strong little kid who could run and jump faster and higher than any kid his age should Him and some of his actual friends who hung out with him at their own will they would all go to the water hole But the hard part was getting over the barbed wire fence and trespassing The man who owned the property one day found them and shot at them so the boys took off butt naked and ran through town This group of kids would steal people bikes and flip them and make them their own by melting the paint off and spray painting in their own As Bo got older he started going out for football and in high school he became a star in baseball and football His Senior Year he had UC after UC fighting over him After it all Bo finally chose Auburn where he played both Baseball and Football He was a great Athlete but some coaching would disagree with his work ethic Because Bo did not want to practice in fact he did not think he needed practice And it is true he did not need practice he did great without all of that He could still play ball better than anyone When Bo got hurt his Junior year he had to miss it all and although he was ready for his senior year the coaches did not know whether or he was going to be one hundred percent But he sure as hell proved them wrong and ran for yards than he had in his entire life It then came down to Bo picking either baseball or football and when Bo chose baseball all hell broke loose Nobody but Bo understood why he chose baseball But his career would shortly come to an end after a few years he decided to play football and was drafted by the LA Raiders and was injured after breaking his fracturing his femur


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    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 4040 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 angry response of Royals’ leadership when Bo announced he would also be playing football I had mixed emotions but I was definitely influenced by the negative responses my favorite organization had to this development as well as some media judgment in general that Bo was self serving and motivated by money His stutter and his way of speaking to the press also led to commentary that perhaps he wasn’t all that smart at least the way I remember it As much as I loved him as a baseball player for my favorite team I never knew the story from his side but I’m glad—thanks to Bo Knows Bo—to know it now A few years ago I discovered information that caused me to re evaluate the impressions I had formed of Bo years before I found out that he was a business owner and a partner in a bank and that through all his years of celebrity he had remained married to his wife a marriage that began in his first year of professional sports He was a family man the entire time During the years I watched him play he was rushing home to see his newborn children his ailing mother and being a positive influence on other children—strangers—because he wanted to make a difference Yes this is a first person autobiography with journalist Dick Schaap and is limited to Bo’s perspective on Bo’s life but I completely trust his version of things He’s open about the fact that for years he was an angry and violent kid He doesn’t identity a particular event that turned him around but in general he seems to credit his mother’s persistent and sometimes harsh discipline For whatever reason it is clear that at some point he began to develop a level head and make healthier decisions silencing the voice inside him that urged him to lash out at the world Thanks to his personal story I can appreciate him now as than a super athlete and understand him as a role model who is smart loyal and compassionate


  8. says:

    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 wrestling and football When Bo got to high school he ran track played football and baseball Bo was great at all the sports he played while at high school so good the pro teams wanted but he said no to go to college When it was time to pick a college he picked Auburn because they did not promise him anything Bo got use to the college life uickly and in his senior year after he won the Heisman he was not able to play baseball because a trip on a private jet to meet the team After that he refused to play for them so he went to go play in the MLB Bo got drafted by the Kansas City Royals in 1986 A year later he chose to play in the NFL with the Oakland Raiders Bo has a wife in 2 kids that he love dearly In the 1990 playoffs got tackled awkwardly and end his football career But he continued to play baseball until 1994 There are plenty of things I like about this book One thing is the humor every other I was in tears after every other page The humor is constant through the whole story that builds to the story Also enjoy how the book is written you can never get lose it is super straight forward which is good I also like how honest Bo on tell his not holding back But I dislike how he don't talks about his teammates I think if he talked a lit bit a bout his teams you will see his bonds with others But thats the only problem I have with this book Despite the lack of his bonds with his teammates I would recommend this book The humor kept my head in the book if you like this book then your like of the sports books if you watch shows like 30 for 30 then you love this book


  9. says:

    Bo Knows Bo by BO Jackson is and autobiography about BO Jackson life When BO had his first Child it Changed his whole lifeHe 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 workBo 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't focused Then by bo not being focused he was doing bad and his baseball coach ended up trading him BO was a great sports player but also a pain Bo had the worst attude anyone could haveHe get angry and do things that's not called for During Bo's young life he was very bad It was like he was a bully and to be honest Bo would do all kinds of bad stuff like play with guns and push kids around like they were his rag dolls Then bo started to get a little older so anything he did he had to take responbsabilty for it Another thing i didn't like was he even got a little older and he was still acting a fool BO had a lot of bad and good things that happened in his collage adult life In collage as I said before he played both football and baseball and a lot of teams wanted him BO's mother was great she raised all 7 of her kids by her self she' the real MVP IN collage BO won Heisman Heisman means he was the best over all player in collage After collage BO was drafted to the LA Raiders which he 11 touchdowns and avg 53 yards a carry Bo then retired because of a hip injury which he had to get a hip replacement Despite the way bo acted in his younger years I very much recommend BO KNOWS BO BO's ups and downs kept me reading it was very interesting because bo's life could happen to any athletic If you like autobiography about any sports player i recommend you read this book it's full of things that is very interestingAnyone who reads this will be informed about how a athletics life can go


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    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 301962 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 ualified to be on the US Olympic track team In 1987 Bo decided to go professional in baseball and played for the Kansas City Royals He also played for teams like the Chicago White Sox and the California Angels He had many great achievements in his baseball career In 1989 he was the All Star MVP and had 4 seasons with 20 home runs plusIn 1991 Bo retired because he got injured In his first season as a football player he ran for 221 yards breaking the record for the most yards rushed in a game which later came to be brokenEverything in the novel I liked There was nothing better than learning about one of the greatest athletes ever He played many sports as a kid and as an adult he played 2 different sports He was the first person ever to play baseball then go play football and have an outstanding rookie season He is someone many people look up to I included His output on everything was just great I have never read a autobiography like this before Bo Knows Bo is outstandingI recommend this novel to everyone This novel motivates me and hopefully motivates anyone who reads it This is a great novel I hope many people will read Bo Knows Bo After reading Bo Knows Bo I was motivated I don't know about everyone else but I strongly believe that after reading Bo Knows Bo you'll feel different I hope many people go out and read Bo Jackson's Bo Knows Bo