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    go beyond their needs to save others but never save themselves. Individuals sometimes own an obsession with an idea that they will do anything to be superior in that concept, even ignore their own necessities. An example of this would be a high school football coach that stood out from all the rest. He, however, had a deadly illness that interfered with his living. His cancer weakened him in many ways, but not in his way of attempting to succeed in matches for his team. In the poem, “Execution”…

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    The movie I decided to write my research paper about is my all-time favorite football movie which is called Friday Night Lights and it is the true story of the Permian Panthers high school football team. The state of Texas is known for its size and even has its own sayings such as “Everything is bigger in Texas” and “Don’t mess with Texas. Well football is very well known in Texas and people really care about the sport. Every Friday night the small town of Odessa, Texas would be empty simply…

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    to the world is the sport that it creates. This high demand and intrigue for our sports only creates dreams for many American’s to become the next biggest/greatest athlete of all time. My dear friend, Travis Brannon, was one of these kids that grew up desiring to be a great athlete. Travis grew up playing all different kinds of sports such as soccer, track, wrestling, baseball, basketball, swimming, and lastly thanks to growing up in Texas…Football. Through Travis’ experiences in sports I…

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    Racism In The Titans

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    all-white football team in Alexandria, Virginia. The main characters in the movies are Coach Boone, Coach Yoast, Gary, Julius, Petey, and Blue. The Titans have not had a successful season, so the school board decided to hire Coach Boone as the head coach. Boone is a black coach from North Carolina, where he coached a high school football team and won many different championships. He moved his family to Alexandria, Virginia to take on the job of replacing the head coach of the titans. The school…

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    upkeep for a "sacred acre" high school football field, that Thomas, a high school football coach did in the heart of Parkersburg. Thomas kept the field looking its best by "yanking the overgrown weeds, killing the yellow dandelions, fertilizing the soil, and mowing the lawn" (Jenkins 1). The words yanking, overgrown, and yellow, in the previous sentence are examples of word choice that the author wrote describing significant descriptions helping readers envision the football field. Reading this…

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    Field On May 28, 2013 I tried out for my high school football team. Two years before that I had some feel of how it was in a helmet and pads. The feeling was great I loved the game and I couldn't wait for the next season. Come my 8th grade year Northeast didn’t allow middle school to have any involvement in sports. So over the whole winter break I prepared myself in the weight room. I got bigger, stronger, and faster I was ready for the last day of school to try out. Finally…

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    belief that teaching solidifies past learned memory. I take every opportunity to help a classmate in need for not only their benefit, but also the personal gain of being one step closer to proficient in adverse classroom situations. In the Oak Grove high school marching band my directors can trust me to step up and lead my section, my class, and even my band, whenever an instance of need occurs. Anything from missing shoes, to mysterious music mix-ups, I will always do my very best to be not…

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    mentor. His resilience, determination and hard work are what I admire. During the interview, he acknowledged playing football as being the most important experience that helped in shaping the man he is today. He became a football player when he joined high school and credits it for having taught him a plenty of the things he applies in his daily life. When he started playing football, he was not considered as having the body or character of an athlete. He accredits this for having taught him…

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    It was the last night of winter break and I had a indoor baseball practice on the snowy night. Practice was going well as we were taking ground balls and working hitting on our swings. “Crack”, next you know blood was rushing down the back of my head. The person in the cage behind me let go of the bat and hit me in the back of the head. Barely being able to see straight, everything was a blurr. All I remember was being rushed to the hospital by my parents while blood was dripping down my neck.…

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    The Influence Of Football

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    When I first played high school football, I was a tiny freshman who was lost and too self- centered to see the good football would bring to me. Now I believe football has shaped me into a man. It has taught me to be aware of my surroundings. It has taught me to listen and respect my coaches. It has taught me brotherhood with my teammates. I would be a wingman and get stuck with the ugly fat chick with a third eye any day for my brothers. It has taught me to fight for others on my team. It has…

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