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    with American Football. His love for the sport, determination and self-discipline lead him to a Honorable Mention All American, and first team all state district and city. several American Football awards and awarded him the opportunity to attend the University of Louisville a division one school on a full football scholarship. He went onto join the Fayette County Police Department as a school Law Enforcement Officer and Head Football Coach of his alma mater, Tates Creek High School. He…

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    are called during a football game in order to increase the team’s chances of winning the competition. In Edward Hirsh’s poem “Execution,” a much more difficult battle is being waged against the coach. The narrator’s use of structure, tone, and symbolic meaning helps the reader to essentially level with them and understand the gravity of the situation that the coach and everyone else is in now. Some of the most basic fundamental tasks can lead you to victory on a football field. Throughout…

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    face to face. Growing up I had a phenomenal baseball coach, my dad, we never lost. In my five years playing baseball under my dad's instruction we won the championship of our league all five years. It was great, in my hometown they allowed the high school baseball coach to run camps for…

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    Since the Hearties reunion has done so well for the past two years, what are the projections for a third one? If Hearties help earn us a Season five, we will absolutely throw a third version of the Hearties Family Reunion in Vancouver. I’m convinced that this worldwide Hearties movement is not a fluke and that it’s the single biggest reason why the show has continued through four seasons. But I also believe the Hearties are bigger than WCTH. This is a movement… community… that can outlive…

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    1.Tell me about yourself. My full legal name is Diego Martinez, I am 21 years old and I am full time student while working a part time job. I have always worked while attending school and that goes to show my responsibility and effort that I put to both my education and work experience. I consider myself an ambitious person that is always striving for greatness. I am also a team player that knows how to build solid relationships and work in a team. 2. Why should I hire you? In all honesty, I…

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    "Texas Forever" is a mantra Tim Riggins, the main character in the television series, Friday Night Lights, lives by. The premise of the show is how an entire town base their dreams on the game of football and we learn those dreams do not come without compromise. It is easy to identify with the characters in Friday Night Lights because their lives and their situations are believable. When we base our life upon a dream or the person we believe we deserve to be, it can be a tragedy or it can be…

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    are present. Nearly every school in the United States is infused with organized athletics. Teams are not independent of educational services provided by the government, resulting in controversial budget cuts and clashes between the objectives of sports and education. Football, one of the most popular sports in the country, is a school sport under attack for negative effects on student participants. It is the one sport that must be eliminated immediately from all high school campuses due to…

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    In this book H.G. Bissinger tells the story of Odessa, a football obsessed Texas town, all the way back to its conception. In the book not only do we get a great picture of what the people of Odessa, and more specifically Permian High School are like, Bissinger does a great job of explaining the football obsession that plagues the town and the economic troubles and racial and political blunders that play into this town’s unhealthy lifestyle. This implied, and not straight to the point,…

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    are men and women treated equally in sports? Are the opportunities the same for men and women? Do they have the same salary? They are far from similar. It all starts with school sports following Title IX, the media is included in the mix of it, and girls are not pay well as the males are. Title IX is important to high school and college in sports and academics. Title IX was created in the 1970s by Congress. Title IX is a Federal law that states; "No person in the United States shall be…

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    In Dr. Kaus’ 2014 study, he proclaimed “While more affluent students do better in school than children from lower income backgrounds, we are finding that musical training can alter the nervous system to create a better learner and help offset this academic gap”. Often times, music is used for memorization. Teachers have set uninteresting…

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