The Play that Changed it all
Alivia Van Dyke
Luke Stewart is a 16 year old freshman at Ohio State. He has a 4.00 GPA and is the quarterback on Ohio State's well known football team. He is also on the top NFL draft boards. His parents don’t support him as an athlete even though he has amazing talent. They would rather see him become a professor instead. They want him to teach at prestige Ivy League schools. When Luke breaks his arm playing football against Arizona State, he has a big decision to make: stop playing football and make his parents happy by becoming a professor, or play football and be the best he can and join his sister as a professional athlete. Stuck in this family feud, will he make his parents proud or climb the rocky road back to the top?
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