The Underdog has Won!
"Did you see the ending of that Duke game!" The president, Bill Clinton, was astonished by the miraculous ending of the Kentucky vs. Duke game. Just about anybody you could talk to would know about the game and also be astonished by it. This can show the effect a game can produce on a person and a school. During college sports games, a school and fans can be affected in a jubilant or a depressing way. For example, a school could begin to build a program with many wins to come, or they could go straight down. Also, a fan could be feeling so happy as if he is "on cloud nine," or he could feel like he has been killed as he takes pride in his team. Although this impact can be a bad circumstance, several delightful impacts can turn into traits. Three of these traits are persistence, self-esteem, and leadership. All three of these traits take place in each of three games that are arguably the greatest college sports games of all time. College sports games clearly can affect a human being and change his feeling whether it is bad or good.
In 2007, there was a game that affected millions of people nationwide in the United States. This game is arguably the greatest college football game of all time, the other game was the 2003 Fiesta Bowl. This game was the 2007 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl which featured the annual football powerhouse, Oklahoma, and the rare and underdog team, Boise State. This game was considered one of the most intense games ever as there was 85 points scored in the game. Boise State went into this game while being in one of the worst college football conferences, the Western Athletic Conference or WAC. They were considered they were a mediocre team even though they were undefeated. This was because of the fact that they had a less difficult schedule. Because of this, Oklahoma went into the game as undoubtedly favorites and no one expected that Boise State would jump out to a 21-14 lead at...