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December 19, 1983 | Robert W. Creamer
What are we to make of Peter Gent, onetime wide receiver and tight end of the Dallas Cowboys, whose third novel, The Franchise (Villard Books, $16.95), was published last month? Gent's first novel, the rowdy,...
July 31, 1978 | Kelso F. Sutton
An excerpt from Pete Gent's soon-to-be-published second novel, Texas Celebrity Turkey Trot, starts on page 68. In writing it, the former Dallas Cowboy wide receiver drew at least a little on the aftershocks of his...
December 19, 1977 | Edited by Robert H. Boyle
•Pete Gent, former Dallas wide receiver, telling a rookie about Coach Tom Landry's massive playbook: "Don't bother reading it, kid—everybody gets killed in the end."
September 12, 1966
The Dallas Cowboys once believed that they could win the East on the strength of their stunning defense. They were wrong. Balance is a requisite for success in the NFL, and this year the Cowboys have it. The defense...