Today has been designated the official release date of the documentary "Man in the Glass: The Dale Brown Story." I was fortunated to have been on Coach Brown's staff for a dozen years and was moved beyond emotions watching the early release I received. It is an amazing story about an amazing man. There is not a fan of college basketball that won't want to see it.
Dubbed "The film the NCAA doesn't want you to see", Man in the Glass: The Dale Brown Story is the inspirational story of legendary former LSU basketball coach Dale Brown. With a cast that includes Matthew McConaughey, John Wooden, Shaquille O'Neal, Tim Brando, Don Yaeger and Dick Gregory, Man in the Glass: The Dale Brown Story is the compelling story of how an overachiever from tiny Minot, North Dakota relentlessly fought, scratched and clawed his way to the top. Hired by Louisiana State University in 1972 as head men's basketball coach, Dale's on-the-court success would quickly become overshadowed by his work off of the court. His efforts to integrate the basketball program would ultimately lead to the complete integration of the school; his battles with the NCAA, which began in 1981 would continue long after leaving LSU and his weekly letters to a self-conscious struggling teenager would help to create the superstar the world has come to know simply as "Shaq". Man in the Glass: The Dale Brown Story is the inspiring story of a truly unique man on a life-long quest to answer the question: How much can one man really do?
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