Steve Heiser , 505-5446/@ydsports
For some men, football is much more than just a game — it’s an absolute passion.
Their zeal for the sport begins as young boys and is normally passed down like a family heirloom, from grandfather to father to son. It quickly becomes an obsession. By the time they reach high school, the game often becomes the focal point of their teenage lives.
Unfortunately, for the vast majority of athletes, the thrill of playing on Friday nights becomes just a fond memory once their high school careers end. Most men end up channeling their enthusiasm for the sport into becoming fans or coaches.
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