Of the Big East football schools only Pittsburg, South Florida, and Connecticut play on a natural grass field that may remind “nose bleed” spectators of flying over our first capital’s Central Park or Standing at the Lincoln Memorial in D.C. With the TCU invite to Big 12 the team does not need to over extend itself and can continue to surmount its influence closer to the heart of the country.
The brief time that TCU was hovering over the eastern metropolis was truly a blessing in that the lazy, conforming powers were forced to face the music which caused a “shake up”.
Washington D.C. being a rare exception, the metro east is not close to realizing football on beautiful American land, rather something artificial devoid of human nurture, care and love. With power hungry organizations more concerned with post interview uniforms looking clean- absent of brown mud and green grass stains- the east does not have another hour to look forward to in the Autumn, when TCU plays.
But the east’s loss is the country’s gain, and football is about the country, not a press conference or local power squabbles. It’s about huddling together against an enemy (akin to the peace seeking pioneering settlers). About core values harnessing an inner intensity proud enough to ascend the warrior spirit, not destructive power hungry “dog eat dog” style management. It’s about raising the youth to be hunters, not “shoot them in the back” cowardly killers. Survivalists not takers, builders not pillagers- not as imperialist but as our freedom founding forefathers.
Good luck TCU, we’ll need it if we want to keep our country’s capital beauty.
The centerpiece of the first county park system in America located in the renaissance city of Newark, Essex County Branch Brook Park now enjoys new life.
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When Texas Christian University football realized its dream to play in a recognized BCS conference, they helped to open doors for the entire sports program. No they certainly did not do it alone. The endless enthusiasm of those people living the TCU way made it all possible. An undefeated football team is matched by a simply amazing rifle team that tops all universities in marksmanship (which by the way is an all female team). When history looks back on these few years, neither one of these teams may be consider as dominant as the baseball team. While last year’s College World Series was impressive, this year the baseball team earned its first ever number 1 ranking (SportsDayDFW, 2010).
I’ll keep this brief: We in the (Big) east welcome you TCU. From your commitment to excellence to your commitment to the human spirit, we know that lawn in front of the White House is safe as long as the fields in Fort Worth continue to grow. Hopefully, the additional recognition of the honest soul that permeates unobstructed riding on the purple river will allow majesty to shine a little brighter over America. TCU may have made its way to the top by dominating the spotlight in America’s most cherished games, but it did so in a way that is worth ever more for the American.
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