i will... i'd love to play college ball, and just about every school i'm looking at is DIII, but even DIII, even as a benchwarmer, is at such a high level, it's absurd.adk said:I played when I was in high school - O line. It was such a blast, even though we'd have days with three a day practices. My only advice is cherish the season, as you may never play an organized game of football again after it. when the clock struck zero on my last football game ever it was one of the saddest moments of my life.
ah yes..the end of summer brings football...a beautiful time of year63dot said:i was kind of scared in hs to play that sport...i did some others
we have all heard stories of people who got injuries in hs football and carried pain years later...i wonder if that's more true than the regular course of many boys becoming men, gaining weight through the years, and aging in general?
Yeah, I mean, I loved football, but I just couldn't commit to the amount of time required for even a DIII program (let alone I wasn't good enough,,, that's another story). My buddy plays division III and right now he's got football practices, workouts, and meetings from 6:30 AM to 10:30 PM.zach said:i will... i'd love to play college ball, and just about every school i'm looking at is DIII, but even DIII, even as a benchwarmer, is at such a high level, it's absurd.
so yeah, i'm gonna cherish this season
KingYaba said:Sorry to rant, but I think you know what my stance is on sports now Those are what I got out of it. So much for a ****ing wonderful highschool experience.
i think you're completely right in your reaction after your sophomore year... i think you should only play a sport if you love it, i don't think just because you're a good athlete or something you have a responsibility to it.KingYaba said:<snip>