It’s February 2, 2020 better known as Superbowl Sunday. The Kansas City Chiefs are trailing the San Francisco 49ers by two scores late in the third quarter. Andy Reid, Patrick Mahomes, the entire Chiefs roster and Chiefs nation understand that time is of the essence and how imperative the next drive is. The Chiefs rally from down ten to answer with twenty one unanswered points in the fourth quarter to prevail with a final score of 31-20. Every Chiefs fan embraces their loved ones, friends and family members that have endured the last fifty years without the joy of winning the last game of the season.
I remember, as a kid, this weird story my Grandma used to tell me. I didn't think much about it back then, but now as I face a really tough decision, it's meaning is becoming more apparent.
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On August 1st 2019, the professional wrestling world lost a man who genuinely deserves the superlatives that are often thrown around with a cavalier attitude; legend, icon, pioneer. A man who embodied what it once meant to be a pro wrestler, and a pro wrestler who embodies what it once meant to be a man.
David Arquette loves professional wrestling. For the actor best known for his work in the Scream horror franchise, wrestling is not some surreal art project or a mere cry for attention. Arquette legitimately loves and respects the artistry, athleticism, showmanship and bravery that is required of those who put on trunks and play out pre-determined athletic scenarios for crowds of people who hang on every move the way some hang on every note of a classical symphony.
We’ve all got our own set of heroes when it comes to professional sport. If you’re a basketball fan, you might love LeBron James. If you’re into golf, you may have idolized Tiger Woods at some stage, and if you like tennis, it could be Roger Federer. But regardless of who our own personal superstars may be, there is one fact that justifies certain athletes as being some of the greatest in their sports - the numbers.
Quarterback MJ Morris, class of ’22, can throw any direction on the run, has time to make final decision
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Out of all the sports out there, Boxing is probably the one with the biggest upsets and surprise turns of events in history. As compared to the other sports, it has a relatively small world, and each and every emotion from the fights and their defining moments are more magnified for the fans. The wins feel sweeter, and the losses are that much more bitter. It’s because of this reason that some of the biggest upsets in the history of boxing are so heart-racing and exciting. They take the fans through the full spectrum of emotions and make them appreciate the sweet science all that much more.
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