"Matt Dunigan and Bob Ackles, two Canadian Football League Hall of Famers, are going to battle it out on the bookstands this fall with their autobiographies.
Dunigan's book, co-written with Vancouver journalist Jim Taylor, is tentatively named Goin' Deep, The Life And Times Of A CFL Quarterback, (Harbour Publishing). The book, which the current football commentator said is 75 percent written, has the makings of a sensational read based on some of the topics that will be revealed. Two of those topics include the concussions that ended Dunigan's 14-year career and his turbulent year as a general manager/head coach of the Calgary Stampeders.
Ackles, the president and chief executive officer of the B.C. Lions, has co-written his book with another Vancouver journalist, Ian Mulgrew. The book is titled Waterboy (Wiley Publishing), and details Ackles' career in football, beginning with his first job as a waterboy with the Lions at the age of 17 in 1954. The book spans more than 50 years in football." ...
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