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The Two Greatest Lessons that Football Teachesby: Frank DiCocco
Assistant Coach and Player Development Director, Stillman College
© April 2012
The values of respect and sacrifice are vital to the success of a team, an organization, a family, and a society as a whole.
I believe that the sport of football has the greatest teaching potential of perhaps any organized activity in our world today. This is because all of life is social, and we as humans are social beings. In the game of football, the first thing you must learn is the value of teamwork: a coordinated and cohesive effort on the part of many, in the pursuit of one goal.
Teamwork teaches more than learning to come together and work together on a field... it teaches people how to unite for a common cause—how to come together and work together in the greatest game of them all… the game of life.
With that being said, I believe the two greatest lessons that football teaches are:
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