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    Since 1963, thousands have been nominated, 295 have been selected in recognition of valuing the five most important characteristics of sports throughout their football career; commitment, integrity, courage, respect and excellence. Fourteen years of living his dream playing football, countless hours of each day, hard work turning into gallons of sweat. And for what? A career gone to waist? Sixteen lives never the same, 4 states left with scars? Twenty thousand dollars and eighteen years in prison? Darren Sharper had the life millions dream of, and he made the choice to throw it all away. Darren Sharper was a NFL hero, he earned his first super bowl ring when the New Orleans saints defeated the Indianapolis colts in super bowl XLIV. Sharper played as a part of three NFL teams, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, and New Orleans Saints, participating in a total of fourteen seasons. Darren Sharper was a second round pick onto the Green Bay Packers team at age 22, before which he played college ball for the College of William and Mary. Sharper dedicated his entire life to get to the level he had been. “It 's just knowing that you can do it and believing in what you do” (Darren Sharper- www.sucesstories.com). Football was what he was known…

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    Calvin Knights Case Study

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    The Calvin Knights football team has been undefeated since 1879. How is this spectacular feat possible? It has to do with the fact that Calvin does not actually have a football team. And I for one, believe it should stay that way. Despite the many sports fans at Calvin who crave one of America’s favorite past times, the school has yet to assemble a team. Both the Calvin board and others, including me, worry that creating a football team is not in the school’s best interest. The main reason…

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    local TV stations in New York and in his hometown of Bakersfield, CA, he was offered a job by CBS to cover major sports the year after his retirement from the NFL. One of his finest moments was when CBS covered Super Bowl I in January of 1967; Gifford got the chance to interview his longtime offensive coach for the Giants Vince Lombardi who was now the coach of the Green Bay Packers before the game. The year before he was hired by ABC to cover Monday Night Football, “as said in Puma’s article:…

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    First, I helped prepare dinner and snacks before the Super Bowl. We had a variety of food from pigs in blankets to guacamole to barbecue chicken wings, some of the classic Super Bowl recipes. I watched the beginning of the game and the halftime show. They called to the field some of the MVPs from past Super Bowl winning teams. Then, Joe Montana flipped the coin and the Panthers chose tails and they won. The funniest commercial, in my opinion, was the T-Mobile commercial with Steve Harvey.…

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    Essay On Shoring Points

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    allowed to be scored by the opposing team, the less games resulted in wins. Both hypotheses that were stated before doing any bit of analysis, were in fact, accurately supported by the data presented in the scatter plots. This project has proved that keeping score, is in fact, very important, especially when determining who will be going on to play in the NFL Super Bowl. Each NFL team’s stats are also vital when ranking the times not only amongst the teams in their conference, but amongst the…

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    In Google’s 2017 Super Bowl commercial, “Home by you. Help by Google.”, the advertisement designers primarily use pathos to persuade their viewers to purchase their highly innovative product which employs the use of state-of-the-art technology. By demonstrating loving, lively families using the Google Home Assistant in everyday tasks, “Google Home” cogently coaxes families across America to pursue more fulfilling lives through their use of Google Home Assistant. It is well-known and generally…

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    Super Bowl LI Commercials

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    For anyone who remembers this year’s Super Bowl LI commercials or the conversation surrounding them, then they may remember that many advertisers decided to take on a message of unity and diversity within America in their ads. It could be assumed that this was due to the more recent trends of making sure that there is more diversity or potentially in light of the presidential election. Regardless of the intensions, Google was no different than other advertisers in that they too decided to make a…

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    Americans have evolved into narcissistic, judgemental and entitled beings. American culture teaches us to obsess over our lives instead of worrying about others. The Super Bowl is an example of the epitome of narcissism that encompasses the American life- style as millions of Americans obsess over the countries superiority and flare their ego of entitlement. The 84 Lumber Super Bowl commercial from 2017 showed a family that wanted to come to America but a wall was built so that they could not…

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    Super Bowl Research Paper

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    Every year, there is an annual conclusion for in every sport league. For the NFL, that conclusion just so happens to be called the Super Bowl. This year was Super Bowl 49 (XLIX) which took place in Arizona. It was against the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks. At half time there is always a performance to keep the spectators amped up during the mini break with entertainment as well as to keep entertained the viewers at home so they stay on the channel and not be tempted to change it. For…

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    Major corporations compete for advertising spots in sponsoring sports events featuring power and performance sports. These corporations spend millions of dollars for thirty and sixty seconds of air time. Major events, such as the Olympics and the National Football League Super Bowl draw viewers worldwide. Such major sports events provide excellent opportunities for major corporations to not only promote their products; but also to deliver their underlying cultural messages. Coca Cola spent…

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