High school football is king on any given night in the Midwest. Especially in Nebraska where it’s said we raise corn, cattle and football players.
It’s where young men learn how to play like a team, where sportsmanship is learned, and fair play. There are rules to football, that must be followed, or there is a penalty. Respect is earned, not given. A hard work is encouraged, and rewarded.
I can’t say I understand all the rules, like holding, but I respect and admire the tenacity of the game, as well as the character it builds.
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