Book Description: THE ESSENTIAL BOOK FOR ANY SPORTS FAN, FROM ONE OF THE REIGNING KINGS OF SPORTS TALK RADIO, CHRISTOPHER â€śMAD DOGâ€ť RUSSOWhich was the greater achievement, Ted Williamsâ€™s .406 season or Joe DiMaggioâ€™s 56-game hitting streak?Whoâ€™d be left standing in a battle between Joe Louis and Mohammed Ali?Which NBA team was the greatest of all timeâ€”the â€™66â€“â€™67 Celtics? The â€™71â€“â€™72 Lakers? What about the â€™95â€“â€™96 Bulls?Who would dominate the ultimate Pebble Beach showdownâ€”Ben Hogan or Tiger Woods?Who was the most important athlete of the twentieth century?Youâ€™re a sports fan. You love a good argument and youâ€™ll defend your position as fervently as Michael Jordan at crunch time. Youâ€™ll analyze games and terrible calls, throw out stats to prove a point, and heatedly debate whether a player is an overachieverâ€”or merely overpaid. Now, in his long-awaited and completely original book, Christopher â€śMad Dogâ€ť Russo sets up and breaks down the one hundred greatest sports arguments of all time. In classic Mad Dog style, each chapter tackles a classic sports debate and takes sides with the clear, step-by-step opinions that have made Russo one of the top radio personalities in the country. The Mad Dog 100 covers it all: from baseball (Who really should go to Cooperstown?), to basketball (Chamberlain, Russell, or Shaq: whoâ€™s the NBAâ€™s most dominant center ever?), to football (Who is the greatest NFL quarterback ever?), to hockey (What are the greatest hockey dynasties of all time?)â€”and is a catch-all of other crucial modern-day sports questions like: Is instant replay really worth it? Whatâ€™s the true role of performance-enhancing drugs? Are salary caps really necessary?Whether youâ€™re reading The Mad Dog 100 or debating these sports arguments with friends, this is the definitive companion for any self-respecting sports fan.