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    Information about the education system existing in Odessa that hit the oil based economy was also gathered by collecting raw data about the family structure of people, educational priorities and communal stability. How football has become the day-night partner of Odessa in lifting the overall economy of Odessa was explained and addressed through adequate knowledge and real life data gathered from the depressed economy of Odessa. It is not that the author has relied upon any secondary data. But…

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    playing football, and because Pete is relatable when he never gives up. Pete skips class, smokes in school and is constantly fighting. When his friends are driving around on a Saturday night, they sideswipe a car and Pete is the only one who gets in trouble (Dygard 3) . Officer Stowell takes him to the police station and offers Pete the choice of being charged with a crime or joining the high school football team (Dygard 6) . When Pete picks to join the team how much he loves the game of…

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    Panther football team and their families as they go about their lives in the scanty town of Odessa, Texas. Bissinger uses unprecedented techniques such as exposing his readers to several points of view, using a journalistic style, including strong diction and rhetorical terms, and setting the tone throughout the novel. These factors collaborate in order to allow the readers to understand Bissinger’s main purpose for writing Friday Night Lights, which is to relate a story of a high school…

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    at Coldwater High School. I recently read Friday Night Lights by H.G. Bissinger in my Honors 11 English Class and I recommend you read it too. This book displays the pride, defeats, and brotherhood of a football team. This book is a thrilling book about Permian High School football team. In the story Bissinger talks about racism. In Odessa, Texas whites and blacks are separated by the railroad tracks. The author shows that the whites and blacks remain segregated besides on the football field. I…

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    biggest cause even in simple settings such as a high school football team. This paper will delve into a brief description of the film Remember the Titans, what the filmmakers were trying to show, how the film reflects C. Wright Mills’ The Promise, and a critique about the film. “Remember the Titans”, is a movie based on actual events that took place in the early 70’s. It is set in the state of Virginia and based about an all white high school football…

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    Moeller Football With a tradition like the Archbishop Moeller football team, it is easy to see why they have had the success that they have had. With their grueling conditioning, tireless preparation, and endless support from the students of Moeller High, they have managed to have 52 winning seasons, every year when equipped with a senior class. Friday’s at Moeller High School are unique to any other school in the country, the hallways are electric, the fight song blares on the announcements,…

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    win the Superbowl. Fans of different races, religions, and ethnicities can all come together and unite over one commonality: sports. In most high schools, students hold the tradition to gather on Friday nights to watch their fellow classmates play a football game. On these nights, students can simply relax, cheer on their team, and enjoy the typical high school experience. Lewis Lapham addresses what fans and players are seemingly offered from activities and how athletics represent an industry…

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    Wisconsin. In summer, she shows no clemency when forced into training a football player named Brian. They become friends, and D.J. develops feelings for Brian. A part of her struggle is that she’d been a star athlete, but when her father is injured, she has to take over the responsibilities of their farm. Her older brothers are legends at her school, and both play college football so later, she tries out for her high school football team. When pre-season is about to start, her best friend,…

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    parts of the body. In “Hard Knocks” by Gabriel Charles Tyler, “Concussion Hazards in Youth Football” by CNN, and the infographic from the University of Michigan School of Kinesiology, it can be clearly comprehended that although the sports that teens play are fun, there are serious dangers that support the argument that schools should ban programs such as football. In “Concussion Hazards in Youth Football” by CNN, the topic of concussions and their life-threatening and permanent results are…

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    Band of Brothers." “The Boys of fall.” High school sports are an ideal way to gather students, faculty, and parents to support your local High school, however, the most popular of them all is and will most likely continue to be, football. Under the Friday night-lights of Saddleback Community College, JSerra Catholic High School’s football team set sail on their journey throughout the treacherous Trinity League, nationally ranked the toughest league in High School sports. Stacked with Division 1…

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