Football is a great sport to teach young boys to work for what they want which is winning the game and eventually taking the championship. When my child plays football, he will gain character and that he can use that to benefit him on life skills. Although some would argue that their child cannot play football because it's too dangerous and is a great cause of concussions or any type of injuries, parents also need to understand the viewpoint of their children. Understanding they want to do and extracurricular activities they want to be a part of.
“Jesus says to love our enemies; we have to love those who oppose us, if you only love those who love you back then what kind of love is that.” Tony Nathan was given an amazing gift by God and was called to defy adversity and be a star on his predominantly white football team during the integration period at Woodlawn high school. The entire team experienced a kind of spiritual revival and came together to bring hope to their school, city, and even their state. Woodlawn was directed by Jon and Andy Erwin and has a rating of PG. Caleb Castille plays the main character and football star, Tony Nathan.
I did well at corner-back too where I tipped a pass and I got two tackles. So I was ready to help the RB’s score a touchdown, and I was in the huddle When all of a sudden, my QB told me that I was going to get the ball on a counter play. I got really nervous when he told me this, But when I lined up for the play I remember what Bugs told me, and I got really confident. When he gave me the ball, I ran as fast as I could and juked out one kid, then trucked over another kid, and I was running away from at least 5 players ahead of me.
Football to me is just a chance to hit someone down. Football is a way to meet new people. I was a receiver and I loved catching the ball and running for the touchdown. Touchdowns were the best thing that I could do when I played football.
My primary position on the junior varsity team was quarterback. Although we had many outstanding athletes, our first season was far from successful; however, my eighth and ninth grade years, we went undefeated in football. In middle school, I continued my baseball career with the school; yet, my desire to be on the diamond shifted more towards football. Sports brought a glorious feeling into my life in middle school; on the other hand, not everything turned out the way I had expected, for a tragic event changed my life forever. Something horrendous occurred to my close friend, Payton Mitchell.
Keep in mind I finished out high school football, but I stopped liking it years ago. I think that is because during football I have built friendships and connections that will last a lifetime. I remember the first time I played football. It was thanksgiving at my dad's house in Nebraska.
For the love of the game, football is Americas most popular sport. If your child wants to play the sport then you should let him play. Don’t force your child to play a sport he or she doesn’t want to play. The game of football also teaches great team work and discipline.
1. One of the most inspiring things in any athlete’s life is there coach. I know from personal experience. Every coach I’ve ever had has a had an impact on my life in a big way I want to become a coach because I love the game of football and I want to make a positive impact in the lives of my students and players.
Football surrounded me during my entire childhood. My father played football for Colorado State University when I was born. Then, he received the opportunity to play professionally for seven more years in the NFL. As a kid, my family cheered our dad at the games in the massive stadiums with thousands of other fans. 4th grade was the year when it was my chance to play just like my dad.
Football has always been part of life starting when I was a little boy. It wasa real long time ago I could not remember much but I do remember all of theexcitement and the yelling and at times the crying that feeling of some sort ofdepression when your team loses the play, the ball gets intercepted or fumbledand even losing the game. But on the other hand you have the feeling of victorythe feeling of your team getting the ball or picks it up after the fumble and thesense of relief if it was your own team who fumbled it. My favorite feeling is thefeeling of revenge or a touchdown that wins the game. When I was about 10 Istated to noticed a team that began to stand out and with that team I havebecome to realize that one of my favorite if not
I think I 'm really good at football. There is the NFL it happens every year millions of people watch it on tv. Football is one of my favorite spots because I 'm a fast runner, I was in track for 5 years, I can catch, I can hit hard, also I like it because it is aggressive, This will help me out In life because I won 't be lazy. In my family if you are lazy you have to go out side and work or something you just can 't be sitting on the couch for a long time. If I keep with football it will help me stay in shape cut you have to fun and jump and push people.
It has been my go to place when things got rough as I was older, to where I can just play a game or practice to take my mind off of things. I am a young adult, who has lost his mother as a child, and whose father was never in his life. I have a large family and I love each and every one of them, even if there are some who tend to
He goes to schools and gives motivational speeches to young kids. He has respect for all kids even ones who are not as gifted as others and who may have something mentally and physical wrong with them. “On and off the field, Newton is also redefining what it means to inspire kids, including kids with ADHD. Since his rookie year in 2011, whenever Newton scores a touchdown, he presents the football
Tony Nathan grew up in Alabama where he loved to play sports. When he was in high school he tried to quit the football time. However, Tony’s mother Louise Nathan did not let him and took him straight to the head coach and asked for Tony’s spot back. He was accepted back where he played at safety. But one game changed that; he went from hardly playing to in on every offensive snap.