Rugby

Rugby is the true sport of men, because you wear no pads, and it is even more violent than Football; however, football requires that you wear pads, thus being the true sport of want-to-be men. The rules of these similar yet vastly different games are extremely complex, so only the basics. Are necessary to distinguish the better sport. In football, the primary rules that you must. Advance the ball forward by throwing it or running with it. Once a player with the ball is Downed, the entire team lines up again, and the ball is snapped to the

Quarterback. The short Pause in-between each down may not seem significant, but it definitely takes its toll on the excitement. In rugby, however, the primary rule is that you can only advance the ball by running with, kicking, or passing it. With passing, though, you can only pass the ball backwards or directly to your side, never forward. Like football, you score by running the ball into the

End zone or by kicking it through the uprights. Also, you must touch the ballot the ground for it to count, and it is worth five points. When kicking, the ball can be kicked from anywhere spontaneously. If it passes through the uprights, it is worth three points, as in football.

The equipment for the two sports is widely different, with football requiring much more. In football, players must wear a large set of pads, covering most of their body, and a masked Helmet. The ball is made up of an inflated rubber bladder, surrounded by stitched leather and it appears ellipsoidal in shape. Most players now wear cleated or spiked shoes; but flat-soles are often worn for artificial turf surfaces. But rugby, being the true sport of men, uses no pads of helmets. In fact the only Equipment that is somewhat similar in both games can be found from the ankles wear a jersey, usually long-sleeved, athletic shorts, and cleated shoes. The ball has an oval shape to it, and is blunter than a football so that it may easily be bounced

And dropkicked. The origins of football trace back to ancient Greece when they played a form of football know as harp Aston, and the Romans played a similar game, harpist. In medieval times, another Form of football, calico flourished in Italy. Most modern versions of football However, Originated in England, where a form of the game was known in the 12th century. Rugby is said to have originated when a boy at Rugby School in Rugby, England picked up and carried the ball

During a game of football in 1823. Previously, the rules had only allowed the Ball to be kicked. As I said before, rugby is the true sport of men. It is the supreme test of Strength,

Endurance, determination, and agility. Whereas in football, the players are so cocky and greedy

About how much money they will make during this game, that most of them do not even work there hardest to win, as long as they make a living.

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