D’Ambrosio chronicles ‘Montana and the NFL’

Brian D’Ambrosio, a regular contributor to Last Best News, has a new book out, “Montana and the NFL.”

Heavily illustrated with photographs, the paperback book was published by The History Press and is available for $21.99.

“Montanans’ football obsession goes far beyond storied college programs,” reads a synopsis of the book on The History Press website. “From Baker to Zurich, even the tiniest towns in Montana have sent players to the NFL. One of the most dominant offensive linemen of the 1940s was Anaconda’s own Francis Cope, who earned All-Decade honors as a New York Giant.

“Elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1991, MSU alum Jan Stenerud was the league’s first soccer-style kicker. Pat Donovan, who earned a Super Bowl ring with the Dallas Cowboys in the 1970s, was named by Sports Illustrated as the fourth-greatest Montana athlete of the twentieth century. Griz Doug Betters was a member of the Miami Dolphins’ famed Killer Bees and the 1983 NFL defensive player of the year.

“From the obscure to the prominent, author Brian D’Ambrosio celebrates Big Sky Country’s rich connections with America’s favorite professional sports league.”

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