locker room - Danielle Devine English 4-A 1/31/07 Sitting...

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Danielle Devine English 4-A 1/31/07 Sitting in the locker room after a loss is one of the worst feelings in the world. The buzzer sounds, everyone’s eyes look to the scoreboard as it shows we had lost the game. The walk back to the locker room isn’t so bad, but once you reach the room, the sad mood overcomes you. The tears, sniffles, and wet cheeks are all common things to see in the locker room. The most notable sights in the somber locker room are the red eyes. Tears accompany some while others remain relatively dry. The teary eyes are usually puffy and swollen. Tears easily roll down our faces because our heads are hung low. While the coaches remind us to keep our heads up, most players ignore the advice; we know we let down the coaches, among others. The coaches try to lighten up the mood by telling us how good we played, and how much effort we put into the game. The calm voices of the coaches are constantly interrupted by the repeated sniffles of the players. Some players are heard consoling their
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course ENG 280 taught by Professor Goar during the Fall '08 term at Northern Illinois University.

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