Works Cited O. J. Simpson Trial: America’s Favorite Court Case O. J., born Orenthal James Simpson on July 9, 1947, was an American college and professional football player. He also worked as a sports commentator, actor, and owned profitable food franchises. He lived a successful life and “was a perfect example of the "rags to riches" fairy tale” (U*X*L Biographies). But, after June 12, 1994, the day of his wife’s and her friend’s murders, his life would never be the same. O. J. loved the game of football since he was a young child.
Running head: JOE “COOL” MONTANA, THE COMEBACK KID Joe “Cool” Montana, The Comeback Kid Jonnie L. Dooley Nevada State College Abstract One of the NFL most loved quarterbacks in NFL history had an amazing career and a wonderful journey getting there. Joe Montana was an only child, from a small town in Pennsylvania. He excelled in his early years in all sports and went to Notre Dame where he earned his spot as starting quarterback. Joe he became the greatest loved quarterback for over a decade playing for the San Francisco and finishing his career with the Kansas City Chiefs. Joe was inducted to the Football Hall of Fame at the age of 44.
Brady played college football for, and graduated from, the University of Michigan. After Graduating from Michigan And declaring for the draft Brady was selected with pick #199, a compensatory pick, in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL draft. Brady got his first start after Mo Lewis’ hit on Drew Bledsoe that caused internal bleeding. Brady’s first two starts where a victory against the Colts and then a loss against the Dolphins. Brady found his groove by the fifth game of the 2000-2001 season his third start.
It wasn’t until he moved to the United States that he was introduced to basketball. Charles was born to a poor family in Leeds, Alabama. He and his two brothers were raised by his mother and grandmother. He grew up playing basketball with his brothers. Patrick had great success in his senior year of high school because he was already almost 7 feet tall.
ATHLETE REPORT Adrian Peterson Adrian Peterson is a six foot one, two hundred and seventeen pound running back who wears number twenty-eight for the Minnesota Vikings. Adrian is also referred to by the nick name All Day which his dad gave him as a child because he was so hyperactive. Today his nick name is A.D. which is just an abbreviated version of all day. He is considered by many to be the best running back in the NFL today. Adrian was drafted in the first round with the seventh overall draft pick by the Vikings in 2007.
Soul Of a Butterfly By:Muhammad Ali Report By:Samuel Burrell 2/10/09 Early Life Muhammad Ali was born Cassius Clay Jr January 17,1942 to Cassius Clay Sr and Odessa Clay.As a child he grew up in Louisville Kentucky with his mother father and his younger brother Rudy.Ali's Family was a religous one his mother would wake him and his brother up every Sunday for church and say "Wake up children were going to go see the lord". Then she would make them a big breakfast and afterwards he and Rudy would sit on the porch and shoot marbles until it was time to leave.Muhammad was always a deep thinker as boy he would think to himself about things other boys at his age would not.He wondered if heavan is segragated like Lousiville,
Vince is a tremendous athlete and a gentleman off the field. He was the starting quarterback for the University of Texas Longhorns, until he entered the NFL draft as a junior in college. Young has compiled far to many accomplishments to list, so I will just talk about a few. He is a two time Rose Bowl MVP, and finished second in the voting for the Heisman Trophy this season. Young also won the 2005 Cingular Player of the Year Award, All-American Offensive Player, and The Maxwell Award (college player of the year).
On the play he had thrown a screen pay that was intercepted and returned for a touchdown. His arms were high as he threw while John Baker, a 270-pound defensive end for the Steelers, drove him down to the ground with his helmet into Tittle’s sternum. It was fair. Tittle couldn’t breathe. He spent the rest of the night in the emergency room watching the game and still rooting for his team.
At Reitz we felt the effects of the war first hand with the death of soldier whom was very close in the Reitz Community. Marine Srgt. Brock Baab was a Reitz wrestling coach, big supporter of Reitz, and a father of a fellow classmate. During my Senioryear at Reitz the football team went undefeated with a record of 15-0 and won Reitz’s first official State Title. In 2008 Reitz would receive a new digital score board for the Bowl.
Quest Story By: Haley Schmidt On a beautiful, sunny, bright Sunday morning people wake up and put their jerseys on to show spirit and pride for their favorite team. The game started with two wonderful songs that are called “The Star Spangled Banner” and “The National Anthem”. The game starts and within ten minutes the score between Steelers and Cowboys is 0-5 with the Cowboys winning. In the stadium there are yellow, black, white, and blue. Fans cheering, announcers announcing what’s going on in the game.