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The last QB to win MVP and Superbowl was Kurt Warner I say out loud No more than ten seconds later the analyst on ESPN says the same exact fact The reality is that I have been following professional sports leagues since my dad took me to my first baseball game at age five My life revolves around sports and all I do is read Sports articles listen to sports radio stations and watch Sports networks I readily miss birthday parties family gatherings and even hangouts but I never dare miss a big game One day I was watching an episode of ESPNs Sportscenter and I completely disagreed with the anchors analysis I started voicing my disagreements to my father an avid sports fan himself and all he said was Why dont you create your own blog voicing your opinions then It was then when my intense passion took a whole new direction I began to write for the sports section in my school newspaper and even began to actively comment on random sports blogs online I eventually created my own blog and would update it as often as possible Blogging writing and reading became my life and even an escape To me sports were like a natural high as I found reading and writing about them to be highly engaging My fervor for sports however was not all fun and games and had a very deleterious side I was so caught up with all the watching and blogging that I began to regularly neglect homework assignments and overlook upcoming tests and quizzes My innocuous natural high became a lethal drug My parents eventually intervened and I did recover my junior year To this day however following sports is an intense passion of mine and although I do not plan to have a career focusing on it it
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