standard phrases that jocks use when speaking to each other and their friends
"Hey man, what's up?" or "Hey man, how's it going"= "Hello, how are you?"
"These pipes aren't just for show!" = "My biceps do more than just look good!"
"You're ripped man!" = "Your muscles are really well defined!"
"Dude, you're gettin' jacked!" = "You're getting really big and strong!"
"Glory on the gridiron" = "Success on the football field."
"sounds like you're picking up jock speak already!" "Jock speak? What's that?"
when you run right over someone on the football field.
"Steve tried to block Andrew from the end zone, but Andrew just steamrolled him, and scored the touchdown."
When the big offensive linebacker flips his opponent over his shoulder with one hand. The opponent lands face first on the ground.
As Andrew ran towards the end zone, Steve tried to stand in his way. Andrew just grinned, crouched down, and flipped Steve over his shoulder with one massive hand. Steve landed face-first on the field and got a mouthful of dirt.
"Yeah!" Andrew yelled, spiking the ball in the end zone. "Hope you liked the Football Flip Steve!"
a jock who excels at his chosen sport. He is the one who:
A: Scores the most touchdowns during the high school football season.
B: Is the most valuable player on the senior football team, therefore winning the MVP award at the Athletic Awards Banquet.
C: Is the athletic scholarship winner and goes on to excel in college sports.
D: Eventually wins the Heisman Trophy at the end of his college career, and is therefore one of the most sought after NFL prospects.
E: In the NFL, the Super Jock wins many MVP awards, eventually becoming the Star Player on the team that wins the Superbowl.
F: The Super Jock is eventually inducted into the Football Hall of Fame and is remembered as one of the "Great Football Stars."
The Super Jock only got that far by being modest and always putting the team, not themselves, first. They remember the rule "There's no I in TEAM."
"Looks like we're well on our way to winning that Provincial Championship!" Coach Everson predicted.
"All thanks to Andrew the Super Jock!" Connor shouted.
"Thanks to all our combined efforts!" Andrew corrected him, determined not to be the center of attention. "The whole team worked together to win all the games so far! I did not win those games all by myself!"
"That's the sign of a true leader," Coach Everson realized. "You understand that you are part of a great team, but not the only reason the team is great. I'm glad you understand that Andrew! It shows how smart you are!"
"That's just my modesty asserting itself," Andrew tried to explain. He was frustrated that he always managed to be the center of attention. "My modesty keeps me from acting like a typical arrogant jock!"