Missed 'Book of Manning?' No problem

Cooper, Eli and Peyton Manning at the beach in Destin, Fla., in 1986.

Cooper, Eli and Peyton Manning at the beach in Destin, Fla., in 1986.

Miss ESPN's "Book of Manning" last night? No worries, ESPN's family of networks will give you a lot of chances to catch it.

You can catch it twice on Friday, five times on Saturday, five times on Sunday, and twice on Monday.

Here are few clips from the show. which has gotten rave reviews.





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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SI2JaoZ6X6U

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfM1hyvBNvc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joDGl5GVy-s

Former athletes, celebrities and television personalities all weighed in with a large number of people following the show online. A saple of their reactions:

Mobile and tablet users can click here to see the internet reaction

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Comments » 3

volnsc writes:

A great presentation. Could not have done better.

ORboy writes:

It was the real life "Field of Dreams" for football. Loved the Archie Who segment with a great Vol Steve Kiner.

FWBVol writes:

Archie Manning is not only a Hall of Fame football player he's a Hall of Fame father who sets a great example of investing in his children. Is there any wonder that Peyton has represented the University of Tennessee so well all of these years?

Book of Manning is a great watch and should be recommended viewing for every Southeastern Conference and college football fan.

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