Meet Football Stars, Get Book Signed by Author Laura Brady Lanese '95
Join Laura Brady Lanese '95 for signing parties for her first book, Game of My Life Ohio State: Memorable Stories of Buckeye Football, co-authored by Steve Greenberg. Former OSU football players will be in attendance. All alumni and friends are invited to meet players and offer Laura congratulations.
The book signing events will be:
- Friday, November 17, 7:30 p.m.
- Saturday, November 18, 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
- Sunday, November 19, 11:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m.
All will take place at The Ohio State University Barnes & Noble, located at the southeast corner of High Street and East 11th Avenue, in South Campus Gateway. Parking is available at the Gateway Garage, just east of High Street, between 9th and 11th Avenues.
Game of My Life Ohio State: Memorable Stories of Buckeye Football
by Steven Greenberg and Laura Lanese
A.J. Hawk can isolate the game of his life, the 2006 Fiesta Bowl against Notre Dame, not because of individual statistics, but because of what the game represented. "I think the fact that it was the end of an amazing four years is why it felt like the game of my life," Hawk said. Jan White has a different reason for the game of his life: He scored his first touchdown as a Buckeye, playing a position he didn't want to necessarily play. "It became a footrace I was determined to win," White says of his 72-yard reception from Rex Kern against Northwestern in 1968.
Featuring OSU football memories spanning from 1935 to 2006, with Buckeye greats such as Cris Carter, Keith Byars, AJ Hawk, Bob Hoying, Stan White, Dick Mack (OSU College of Law '77, assistant coach under Woody Hayes), John Hicks, Mike Lanese, and Greg Lashutka (former mayor of Columbus).
About the Authors
Steve Greenberg is the owner of GreenInk Consulting in Carmel, Indiana, and a partner in a publishing concern. For 23 years, he held reporting positions and editorships at daily newspapers across the Midwest, Great Plains, and on the East Coast.
Laura Lanese '95 received her law degree with honors from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, where she served as a managing editor of the Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution. She has worked as a staff attorney with the United States Department of Justice, where she wrote administrative law decisions, agency rules and regulations, as well as appellate immigration decisions for the Executive Office of Immigration Review. Laura and her husband, Mike (Ohio State football co-captain, 1985), reside with their three children in Grove City, Ohio. This is her first book.