December 13, 2012
November 28, 2012
Best-selling author/producer J. David Miller is a former editor at SPORT Magazine, where he earned the coveted Page One Award from the New York Newspaper Guild for investigative journalism. He has covered three decades of professional football, including numerous Super Bowls.
Miller's 13 other books include efforts with iconic coaches June Jones, Hank Stram and Jerry Glanville. Miller is a member of the Pro Football Researchers Association, and is currently completing work on two major sports documentary films, including 'The Mouse that Roars' (www..themousethatroarsmovie.com).
He is also head coach of the SoCal Coyotes, champions of the Pacific West Football League, where he earned National Coach of the Year honors among 800 Triple-A teams. (www.facebook.com/thesocalcoyotes).
Earlier this year he released "South Carolina Baseball: Pressure Makes Diamonds," with co-author Ron Kule and foreword by three-time National Coach of the Year Ray Tanner, who is now the Gamecocks Athletic Director.
In January, Skyhorse Publishing will release 'SUPERAGENT: The One Book the NFL and NCAA Doesn't Want You To Read,' with legendary agent and maverick millionaire Dr. Jerry Argovitz. SUPERAGENT tells the amazing story of Dr. Argovitz, whose family escaped Nazi Poland and came to the United States, where he rose to fame and power as a land developer and player agent, and in a single draft represented seven top picks, including Heisman winner Billy Sims. It explores the hypocrisies of the NFL, and assails the current NCAA system, while outlining powerful means for reform. No target is sacred, from Donald Trump, to NFL owners, to the NCAA president himself.
Miller lives with his wife Laurie Beth and family in Rancho Mirage, California.