Jeff Pearlman is a columnist for ESPN.com's Page 2 and a former senior writer with Sports Illustrated. His new book, Boys Will Be Boys, explores the dynamic, explosive, controversial life and times of the Dallas Cowboys of the 1990s. He is also the author of the New York Times' best-seller, The Bad Guys Won! as well as the non-New York Times' best-seller, Love Me, Hate Me. Pearlman lives in New York with his wife and two children, and dances professionally on the World Polka Challenge Tour.
To learn more about Jeff you can visit his website at www.jeffpearlman.com, where you can find more information about his works, links to articles, and his blog.
My Review of Your Book: Boys will be Boys
Hi Jeff, check this out, thanks!
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Boys will be boys was great, i bought it for my dad and ended up becoming a cowboys fan.. Great stuff about how Aikman and Irvin were so alike really made the book for me.
Boys Will Be Boys is one of my favorite books about the Dallas Cowboys.
Loved your book, Boys Will Be Boys. As a long time Cowboys fan, it brought back a lot of memories as to how dominant their 90s teams were. But at the same time, I read a lot of it with my mouth wide open. Well done!
I think you'll like my take on the career of Curtis Granderson. When you have a chance, please check it out. Thanks
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I thoroughly enjoyed your book Boys Will Be Boys. Very well written and a fun look back at my favorite team's history!
Very cool to see you here on B/R!
Jeff—I love your stuff on ESPN. Great interview too!