The Games Do Count - Pat Croce Summary & Analysis

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Pat Croce Summary and Analysis

Pat Croce, a television host, started playing sports when he was in fourth grade. To Pat, sports were a way to prove dreams could come true, and that you could get better at something. Pat shared his sports enthusiasm with his father, a man who was a strict parent, but who also showed support and affection to his son when he played sports. Pat matured late in life; therefore, he never was a starter on his high school or college football teams, a fact that always bothered him. However, Pat played to the best of his ability, using the skills he learned later when he became an athletic trainer.

Pat Croce's story also touches on the theme of sports as a character builder. Pat found in sports a way to make his dreams come true as long as he...

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