To be a coach you need a certain set of skills. For example a coach needs to have good people skills. A coach has to talk to his team and other people from around the area who want to meet him and talk to him. Another Thing a Coach needs to be arrogant to an extent he needs to be very confident in his ability’s to lead his team to a winning season and he needs to be confident in players that they can execute what he has taught them to do so they can get a win every week. (acient) I have wanted to become a coach for a very long time specifically a football coach.
However, by the end of the film, we see characters gradually changing their behavior as they gain knowledge of others different than them. Two situations that describe this is the interactions between Coach Yoast and Coach Boone, as well as Julius Campbell and Gerry Bertier. To further explain, at the start of the film Coach Yoast is extremely undermining of Boones authority when he first starts as the new head football coach. Both are exceptionally talented in their field, however Yoast feels his white players are superior to the black players, whereas Boone is devoted to putting aside the injustices regarding the different races, to lead the team to victory and teach valuable lessons to his players. The two butt heads due to racial prejudice when it comes to coaching styles and how to coach the team to victory.
A public memorial was televised at soldier field on November 6th. After his death, many people talked about how he was a generous person for the business he ran and what a nice person he was off the field and on the field, People said he truly showed you what is was to play football by making his fellow players earn the tackle. He faced them head on to make them earnt the tackle. Because he did this he earned respect from others and was known as one of the
Although he is known mainly for his involvement in football, Tony has said in several interviews that football was not his life. He often said this to his players and to his staff as well. It held a place of importance in his life, yet it was not the most important thing. Tony has also stated in the past that one’s faith, family and the impact made in the community is of much greater importance then football. His involvement with the community in programs such as All Pro Dad an organization that highlights the importance of being a good father, shows that he stands behind what he says.
Coach Massucci also wasn’t only focused on winning in the game but in real life. He taught his players to live by the West Point motto “choose the hard right over the easy wrong”. An Elite Journey tells the story of CJ as he strives to reach his goals. All this occurs through present- day times. Throughout the book CJ post numerous “tweets” which indicates the book was written from 2006 on.
In the photo, soldiers are playing football because a ceasefire is announced, so the smile in their faces can be considered as a way of celebration. Soldiers in the photo “knew where [they] stood” (31) and “knew the score” (31), in contrary, soldiers in the story don’t know if they are winning or losing, they don’t know what is happening outside and they don’t know when all this will end. They still are able to make the war sweet, because in addition to their childish attitudes, they had “the kind of boredom that caused stomach disorders” (33). In order to find another occupation, for instance, all soldiers were watching Norman Bowker and Henry Dobbins playing checkers which was “a ritual for them” (31). While soldiers in the photo was celebrating the ceasefire by playing football, soldiers in the story played checkers and chanted the rhymes to be occupied and to not get crazy due to boredom or not knowing what is happening at the
I attended every game and watched first-hand the time and effort he dedicated to the sport, how hard he played, how personal he took each loss, and how he even overcame injury. In fact, my favorite memory was during his Junior year when he had the game winning goal against Hoban while playing with a broken wrist. Griffin has also been a role model in faith. He was my confirmation sponsor back in 8th grade, a peer minister at STVM, and is an example every day to me on how to live a faith-based life. And socially... well... he is Griffin Spinner!
He set a new philosophy for the whole football team which is playing football is just only for win but also to give all out in the game and enjoy the game. Taylor also did told the team that they should try hard, work hard and believe they can rather than throwing in the towel before facing a problem. Taylor also believing in the team leader, Brock and bringing him to do a dead crawl all around the football field for helping the whole team to get ahold for themselves which might
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. I still strongly agree that I would let my child play football because it's a stress reliever, gain the life experience, and it builds character.
In the book Where Men Win Glory, Pat Tillman had an inherent sense of goodness. He was an expert football player that gave up his career to join the army. He had many reasons why he decided to dedicate himself to the protection of our country. He was always trying to better himself—intellectually, morally, and physically (p 98). He had an inherent sense that he could improve himself and be good but then even get better.