Case Name and Citation HAYDEN vs. UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME 716 N.E.2d 603 (1999) Court of Appeals of Indiana Summary of the Key Facts in the Case On September 16, 1995 William Hayden and Letitia Hayden attended a football game that was played on the University of Notre Dame’s campus. William and Letitia were season ticket holders with the university that sat in their reserved seats, which were located in the south endzone behind the goalpost.
It was a cool and crisp night as the clock wound down ‘til halftime at the homecoming game where the Slinger Owls took on the West Bend West Suns. The strong smell of the fresh burgers on the the propane grill lingered in the air while bugs were swarming around the lights that lit up the new turf field. The score was Slinger 14-7 and the clock was ticking down as I was anxiously waiting for the six-minute mark. I didn 't realize untill we got onto the field that that this band performance is the one that matters the most.
The game had started about 20 minutes ago with the Squeakers winning. One side of the field was covered with fans dressed in blue while the other was covered in green. A loud whistle indicated that the Barkleys had just scored a touchdown. The whole side of the field with fans dressed in red cheered with victory.
In the film “Remember the Titans”, we can see the development of a group from a somewhat dysfunctional group to a highly cohesive one. A group is two or more interacting and interdependent individuals who come together to achieve specific goals. In this case it is winning a state championship. In this film, we clearly observe 4 stages of group development, Forming, Storming, Norming and Performing.
5 minutes before kickoff, the high powered lights beaming down on the turf, and everyone in the whole entire stadium could feel the tensions rising between the two teams. Everyone in the country waiting to see what kind of show the two top rated running backs had in store for them in this years super bowl. All of the best running backs in the NFL share very similar qualities. Every superior running back knows how to use their talent to make the most out of it and make a ton of big plays. First and foremost, all great NFL running backs need to be fast in order to be top rated in the National Football League.
It was the fourth quarter in Pittsburgh; the Steelers were trailing 24 to 27 against the New England Patriots with 32 seconds left in the game. At last, the Steelers had the ball at New England’s eight-yard line and would decide the number one seed in the AFC. Quickly, Ben Roethlisberger dropped back, looked over the middle and found Jesse James on a hitch route. At first glance, James “appeared to catch” the ball, bring it into his body, then turn and stretch for the goal line. Without hesitation, the referees went to the replay system to take a look at the play.
A hot summer day in August, no clouds, and no breeze. Two teams are competing on the blazing turf, and I’m on one of them. My quarterback is yelling. “Sixty” I breathe, “Sixty” I look at the enemy in front of me, “Set!” I hear a clap, step back, and throw my hands at the oncoming defender.
Before the game even starts I predict that the Carolina Panthers will come out on top. I believe that they will win because they have been playing amazingly all year round, and they also have a strong offense and defense which can make explosive plays very often. Overall the Panthers will come out on top but the game will be a close game because both teams have the determination to win and want to advance to the next round of the playoffs. To start off the first quarter Seattle kicks the ball off to the Panther, the Panthers return it to the 25 yard line. The next play the Panthers run the ball to Jonathan Stewart for a 59 yard run!
The West Virginia University football team improved to 3-0 on Saturday, defeating BYU 35-32 at Fed Ex Field in Landover but the Mountaineers have a lot of room for improvement heading forward. For the second straight game mental miscues plagued WVU. The defense struggled with the pass rush, surrendering 280 yards and they struggled in the pocket.
Pure fear can be experienced in a vast amount of ways, especially in a high stakes, hyped up college football game. Florida was supposed to play LSU in early October when Hurricane Matthew hit, postponing the game. The entire LSU staff and players were talking trash and saying that Florida was too scared to play them. Eventually, this resulted in Florida to have to play in LSU in the second to last game of the season. Even more so, if Florida won this game they would be the SEC champs.