The Blind Side - Chapter 10, The Egg Bowl Summary & Analysis

Michael Lewis (author)
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Chapter 10, The Egg Bowl Summary and Analysis

Lewis provides a more detailed description of Ole Miss, its history and reputation. Ole Miss is associated with the old Confederate army, so it has a reputation for possibly not treating black athletes very well. Interestingly enough, Michael is not the most academically challenged athlete at Ole Miss. The players spent a great deal of time with tutors who help them with their class work.

Michael's offensive line coach, George DeLeone, does not expect Michael to play during his freshman year. The Ole Miss head coach, Coach O, however, has different ideas. He wants Michael to start right away. DeLeone starts Michael at the right guard position because it is the easiest to learn. When Coach O is not looking, DeLeone also pulls Michael out of games to give him a break since Michael does...

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