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    Compare and Contrast Essay Football of Yesterday and Today The game of football has been around for many generations. People were playing the game of football as early as the late 1800’s. However, it did not become a favorite American pastime until the National Football League (NFL) was established in 1920. However, over the past ninety-five years, the game of football has changed drastically, from the rules to the helmets to the padding used by the players on the field. Football has become a…

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    Alex Christ 10/8/15 History of Sports The Story of Frank Gifford Good evening and welcome to Monday Night Football! Tonight, we will look back and highlight the career of Hall of Famer Frank Gifford! You are in for a real treat tonight! It all started in Bakersfield, California, where the young Gifford showed off his versatile skills to get him into the University of Southern California. From there, he emerged into one of the legendary figures in the NFL as a player for the New York Giants and…

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    on athletics, many sports such as football, boxing, soccer, and hockey. I have decided to narrow my research down to Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy in football players because of that, critical knowledge needs to be known in order to understand the research proposal. American Football began in the year 1889 being played in the most elite universities around the country. The first official game of college football was played on November 6 1869. From there football began to take off, leading…

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    Football hooliganism Among all the games, football is famous for its large groups of supporters. The funs of this game are mostly men and youths. Over the years the passion of the game has gone overboard as there have been incidence of funs committing suicide after the team they support lose in a march, others have killed other funs who support the opponents team. New programs and initiatives like sports gambling have greatly attracted new funs to football .Surprisingly, this days females have…

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    Why Is Soccer So Popular

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    was brought to the Americas it for sure had competition with other sports such as football which is well known in the U.S. Soccer till this day in America will not be as popular as it is outside the United States. Soccer being so called originated in England gave the name “football”, but the word “soccer” is actually a British term that came from the…

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    Growth Of Soccer Essay

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    All soccer fans are about the same. At one point in our lives, we all wish we were representing the colors of our nation, dating supermodels, and playing for the elite in Europe or in today’s game, $hina. We all know the stars, the history, and the records. We love to be part of the game because soccer is as much as about the passion of the fans as it is the movement on the pitch. Soccer is part the world’s economy, culture, and everyday news. However, in America, things are still a bit…

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    “Football is like life - it requires perseverance, self-denial, hard work, sacrifice, dedication and respect for authority.” Vince Lombardi, a coach of the Green Bay Packers once said when talking about hard work. Michael Oher had all 6 of the traits lombardi mentioned, and that is what helped him get to where he is now. The NFL. When Oher was swimming in the pool of poverty, he had never expected the “life raft” that was thrown his way… The Tuohys. When Michael Jerome Oher Jr. was born to a…

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    Alex Christ 10/8/15 History of Sports The Story of Frank Gifford Good evening and welcome to Monday Night Football! Tonight, we will look back and highlight the career of Hall of Famer Frank Gifford! You are in for a real treat tonight! It all started in Bakersfield, California, where the young Gifford showed off his versatile skills to get him into the University of Southern California. From there, he emerged into one of the legendary figures in the NFL as a player for the New York Giants and…

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    Soccer History

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    The History of Soccer The Beautiful Game, God’s Game, Football, Soccer, and many, many other names it goes by but this sport is much more than a game, it unites people all around the world no matter what color their skin is or what religion they practice or from what country they come from. Soccer is a way for different communities to get along with each other, to reconcile after a war or tragedy as this sport is all about love and respect for one another. Every time I step into a pitch i feel…

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    In today's history many people have watched or gown up watching Tom Brady play for the Patriots and wanted to be like him. As an athlete Tom Brady become a superstar, but he has also been accused of cheating and was suspended for it in 2016. Tom Brady is a very well known football player because of going from such a low draft pick to an NFL(National Football League) great by breaking and setting records. Finally, Tom Brady has become one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, has had a…

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