Bob Rule, Hall of Famer, Inventor, and Encyclopedia
Our Latest Oral History is Cornell Alum and Hall of Famer Bob Rule. A Native of Natick, Massachusetts, Rule left Massachusetts for Manhasset, New York as a high school sophomore where began playing lacrosse in in 1964. He went on to play collegiate lacrosse at Cornell University where he became the only player in Division I history to win national championships in two sports, lacrosse and hockey. Rule taught history and coach lacrosse with Hall of Famer Allan Lowe, at his amateur Manhasset High school for 40 years. I call Bob Rule the Steve Jobs of lacrosse for his contribution to lacrosse as an inventor of sticks and equipment. Bob shares some compelling stories about Jim Brown, Manhasset, and Cornell. Listen and check out the related links to other stories and interviews. Follow the Fred Opie show and the content Fred shares on his website, Twitter and Facebook. Take the time to review the show on You Tube, iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear and learn, tell others about it and share and post the link to the show.