Ethos, Logos, Pathos Letter

Ethos, Logos, Pathos Letter

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Wayne Shockley Ethos, Logos, Pathos Letter Johnston Period: 1 January 8th, 2015 Mr. Charlie Strong, How are you today? I hope you are holding up well considering the difficulties with the program. Your winning percentage as a coach at Louisville was .712. You changed that program from mediocre, to a premier Big East team. From what I have researched, you plan to do so at Texas as well. The biggest problem with the Texas program is the lack of talent at the quarterback position. The solution to that problem is me. You maybe asking yourself, “Who is this kid?” My name is Wayne Shockley from Round Rock High School in Texas. You gave me a few looks, but once I decided I would focus on my academics, the scouting stopped. I have now decided to continue to play the game I love under a role model that is a role model. I play quarterback for a premier 6-A school. I am currently a
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