The Games Do Count - Bob Kerrey Summary & Analysis

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Bob Kerrey Summary and Analysis

Bob Kerry, former Senator from Nebraska, grew up in a home full of athletes. When he was about ten, Bob began playing midget ball and later learned that he was so small his father to buy uniforms for the team in order for the coaches to allow him to play. Bob played football in high school, but was never a starter until his senior year. Bob once got to play against Gayle Sayers during one game and even then Bob could recognize Sayers' greatness. Bob learned from sports that you do the best you can and that is all you can do.

Bob Kerrey was a small, sickly child who fought hard to play the sports he loved. Bob learned from playing sports to never quit, touching on the theme of sports as a character builder. Bob took the...

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