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    Super Bowl Game Analysis

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    As you probably already know the Super Bowl is a massive event where two of the best football teams in the NFL take each other on head to head. This year was Super Bowl 51 and the New England Patriots took on the Atlanta Falcons. The Atlanta Falcons haven’t ever won a Super Bowl, but they were looking to do so on February 5th in front of 115.5 million people. The Patriots had already won four Super Bowl titles but weren’t going to stop there. The coaches of this team are Bill Belichick (Patriots) and Dan Quinn (Falcons). The Quarterbacks of these teams are Tom Brady (Patriots) and Matt Ryan (Falcons). The Patriots originally started in 1960 and the Falcons started in 1965. The Patriots are worth $3.2 Billion and the Falcons are worth $1.2…

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    paid because if you give these athletes a contract they 'll lose focus on their schooling. Some also have a problem with favoritism coming into play. Those 2 concerns can be solved easily. The first one being the contract doesn 't have to be that big, just enough so that they have enough to live on. Not all athletes come from a wealthy family and are able to live off their parents riches. There are too many rules restricting them from trying to make money. There have also been too many occasions…

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    I know it will. The reason why I know that growth will continue is because of the interest trend in sports from the lowest level in sports to the highest level. The Sociology of Sport Journal found, that varsity and non-varsity participation in high school sports increases adults sports involvement (Howell, F. M., & McKenzie, J. A., 1987, p.1). The reason I believe that this is important because people spend money on what they are interested in. For example, if one played basketball in junior…

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    and association football. The origin of these games can be traced back to Britain, where they were prevalent in the mid-19th century. In 1869, the first American game was played in New Brunswick, New Jersey, the New Jersey Tigers vs the Rutgers Queensmen. The Tigers lost their stripes to the Queensmen 4-6 in a cage match. I was six years old when I went to my first football game with my uncle. The Robert F. Kennedy stadium was filled to the rafters, and it was tough to watch the players and…

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    Bobs And Burgers Analysis

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    do; watch the Carl’s Jr. Super Bowl ’15 Commercial. If there is still confusion, then there you have it. That is why feminism in today’s society of America exists. To be a feminist is simply the act of believing in the political, economic and social equality of the sexes (dictionary.com). The Carl’s Jr Super Bowl ’15 Ad is a fifty-two second commercial of the nearly-naked American model and actress, Charlotte Mckinney. As she strolls through a Farmers Market, men immediately stop what they’re…

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    focuses on is the people who enjoy Lawn Bowls and the members that might not know how to bowl who want to develop their game. The social context of Crackerjack is shown through Mick…

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    Week 4 of the college football season concluded this weekend with each of the top 12 teams in the AP Top 25 avoiding defeat. Five teams ranked in the Week 4 poll fell Saturday, including No. 13 Oregon, No. 16 Arizona, No. 20 Georgia Tech, No. 22 BYU and No. 25 Missouri. Subsequently, all five teams also fell out of the Top 25. Below is a recap of the most significant storylines from week 4 of the 2015 college football season. Most Significant Victory - No. 3 TCU Survives Texas Tech, 55-52…

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    Bowling Blues- Becoming Better It’s a typical Saturday morning. I get out of bed, walk up the stairs, and pour myself a bowl of Fruit Loops. The eating is slow because I do not plan on doing anything special today. At least, that’s what I believe until my monotonous meal is interrupted as my dad walks into the kitchen. “Ryker,” he says, “We are going bowling today. We will leave in twenty minutes.” Bowling! Excitement floods my mind as I tell myself that today will be the day that I will…

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    even video games of the sports that are made that can bring in equal amounts of money. There has been continued debate about if the athletes should be paid to play, or if the money from their scholarships is enough. There are many reasons why athletes should be paid, they are: universities are making extreme amounts of money off of the players names, there is a large time commitment, and players may not be able to afford college. The first reason why athletes should be paid is because the…

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    When I was a little boy, I loved to play sports and be active. When I woke up in the morning, I ask myself, “What am I going to accomplish today,” or “Where am I going to go today?” There is always one place for me that makes me who I really am and makes everything perfect, and that's the Bowling Alley. Ever since I was a little kid, my dad has been teaching me every little thing I needed to know about Bowling. I always wanted a tutor, but my dad always said no because he wanted to teach me to…

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