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  • Football And Football : The Importance Of Football

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    ince the year of 1892, American football has brought joy to many people. All across America, people have fallen in love with this intense and violent sport. When the players make a amazing play or gets hit really hard, people cheer. Football is an amazing sport because it builds character. It also show the athletes how to be discipline. It’s a very fun sport to play because you can take stress out. I hope my son wants to play football because it would teach him discipline, it might become his career

  • Football And Football

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    I do not think football has become an essential lens for American history, culture, or society. I do not think football has been around, and popular that long for it to have a tremendous impact, however I do think that it did have a big impact not an essential one. An abundant amount recent history was affected football, and football has affected it. This is especially true in recent history I will do my best to explain below. When we look at American history we see who won the battles, and what

  • The Characteristics Of Football : Football And Football

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    Alabama than football. John Patterson is the star quarterback of Birmingham High School and expectations are set high for him in High School. He is only 15 and going for starting varsity quarterback freshman year. John is 6 foot 2 and is 190 pounds as a freshman with a strong arm an a humble personality. Coaches from each sport in the High School are constantly asking John to do Basketball, Baseball, Wrestling knowing his Athleticism but John's father Barry only lets him play football and work out

  • Football Hooligans

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    Football hooligans. Football has been an attractive sport around the world. Through this sport, many inhabitants have denominated themselves as fans of a particular football team. These people support the players in each match they have. Every football team has a group of fans that go to the stadium to encourage them in the game, but also they attend there to enjoy the show. Nevertheless, not all the fans go to see the matches since there are some people who belong to groups called hooligans. Those

  • Football In American Football

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    stadium and lastly a tingling sensation of excitement fills the body. This the stadium of American football the most toughest and brutal sport known to man, the sport where throwing simple pigskin across the field that became a favorite pastime for most people.Football in it’s origins wasn’t well respected and it was considerably feared by many Americans when football was first played on the grassy football field. The brutality of the game has lessen to a tolerable degree now in modern time, so it can

  • Football Dangers In Football

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    How dangerous is football in high school? The issue focused on how often the football players get injured and if high school athletes got injured more than college athletes. Football is a tough sport, but the results of getting injured, sometimes in that sport are so severe, improvements can be made to try and make it a safer sport for all the players high school or college. Multiple athletes give it their all out on the field, but some end up with severe injuries that can affect them for the rest

  • Football : The Effects Of Football Intolerance In Football

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    Americans love football but there's a problem with it which is intolerance. Football has been going through a period where intolerance has been off the charts. Player are bullying teammates and their competition in a multitude of ways. Coach are turning a blind eye to what these young men are doing. Also society makes excuses for these players such as “their just kids” or “boys will be boys” It seems the intolerance high school football players have for others is becoming part of the culture in today's

  • Football : The Effects Of Football Intolerance In Football

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    Americans love football but, there's a problem with it which is intolerance. Football has been going through a period where intolerance has been off the charts. Players are bullying teammates and their competition in a multitude of ways. Coaches are turning a blind eye to what these young men are doing. Also society makes excuses for these players such as “their just kids” or “boys will be boys” It seems the intolerance in high school football players have for others is becoming part of the culture

  • Concussions In Football

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    Would I let my son play football? Football is a widely recognized sport, but over the years it increased the attention of many news outlets due to their severe and damaging outcomes. It sadly led to star football players’ lives being withheld, or immediately taken. Players should come home with victories or how they can improve, so they could win, than not coming back home due to a overnight hospital stay. That being said, I wouldn’t let my son play football at a young age, because it causes long

  • Football Is Too Dangerous : Football

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    Football Is Too Dangerous Could any parent unwillingly picture their kids out there playing football try to compete for a win with all their might and strength , putting their bodies on the line while brutality beating and getting beat up on by the opposing team members who have the same means as all the others players.The means of just sitting in the crowd cheering watching someone son out there playing a sport such as football which risks the body health and functions can just be unbearable

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