The enduring image of Doug Flutie as the diminutive quarterback outmaneuvering opponents over twice his size is an engaging one. From his days at Boston College through his career in the Canadian Football League (CFL), he has garnered a bevy of awards, from the Heisman trophy to the CFL’s Most Valuable Player. Unfortunately, his book does not rise to such levels, offering about as much insight into his character as an extended curriculum vitae. Straightforward accounts of past performances intertwined with commentary from coaches, teammates, and other associates form the bulk of the text. On the positive side are the occasional comparisons he provides between life in the CFL and National Football League. Of regional interest.?William H. Hoffman, Ft. Myers-Lee Cty. P.L., Fla.