Compare And Contrast (Fb Vs. Bball)

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"America's Past Time"� Vs. "A Man's Sport"� Though we tend to clump all athletes in one large group, they are quite different. Many people think you're either an athlete or you're not an athlete. In reality, there are many different types of athletes. The games of baseball and football are both very well known in the U.S. Both are televised nationally, run on and both contain some of the finest athletes in the world. What most people don't realize is what special talent these athletes have to play their specific sports. Both games take a mixture of speed, size, skill, and smarts (coaching terms: "the S's"�). In baseball, there is generally more knowledge involved. Football, on the other hand, usually involves more physical ability. Though both are team games, they are approached in different ways. Baseball is made up of a series of small individual mathch-ups that combine to complete the team game.

In football, you 2nd person must have eleven men working toward one goal together throughout the entire game to be successful. There are many similarities in these two major pro sports, but there are also many unnoticed differences.

Nobody has ever accused football players of being rocket scientists. That's not what your paragraph is all about. Football is generally looked upon as a very primitive, animalistic display. That's what guys love about it. It's been said many times that, "It's the only time you can hit someone and not get in trouble for it."� There are some brains involved in the game of football, especially at the quarterback position. He must memorize a massive playbook, be able to think on his toes, and make split-second reactions with ease. The majority of football players, though, rely on size and strength. Coaching football is a matter of...

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