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Million-Dollar Throw by Mike Lupica
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Sep 28, 10

Read in September, 2010

** spoiler alert ** This story is about a kid named Nate the is in a lot of pressure. Nate has to make in a throw in Gillete Stadium full with New England Patriots fan. he needs to make in a throw that could him and his family 1 million dollars. his family is really poor and the need to pay the rent for his house that he lives in and he thinks he could make it because he plays football and hes a quaterback and hes also the quarterback for his high school team.

Nate goes into Gillete Stadium under pressure because he needs to make in a throw at halftime. The announcer announces him in the football field. nate right now is really nevous and he thinks he cannot make the throw. Then the announcer announces Tom Brady to talk to Nate so he could get his pressure down. Tom Brady says that " I remember the first time i went on the football field for my first super bowl game and it felt just like this the way you feeling right now, so i want you to make this throw.

Nate is a big Tom Brady fan and he also saved up money so he can buy a Tom Brady autographed football. Tom Brady is his favorite football player and as a role model. he bought this Tom Brady autographed football is so he can use it when he goes to Gilete stadium to make his throw. He joined the competition was when he was buying a football. He joined because he thought he could make the throw and he saw it on a poster in a sports store called SportStuff.

While Nate was on the football field, he thought to himself, i could make this throw i know i can. So him and Tom Brady were playing catch until the announcer said "okay its time to throw that fooball in that target. him and his family and friends wait in the back AND
HE MADE THE THROW!!!
him and his family just won 1 million dollars and his family and friends started cheering with joy.
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