Vince lombardi quotes winning isnt everything its the only thing

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Quote by Henry Sanders: “Winning isn’t everything; it’s just the ONLY th...”

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Winning Isn’t Everything; It’s the Only Thing

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Mar 13, Winning Isn't Everything; It's the Only Thing. Vince Lombardi? Henry 'Red' Sanders? Joe Kuharich? Jim Tatum? Murray Warmath? Anonymous.
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If winning isn't everything, why do they keep score? Winning isn't everything to me, but it's a close second. Losing isn't something that I can just brush off and fake a smile to hide my frustration. It's that will and determination that I hope will get me where I want to go. I've missed more than shots in my career. I've lost almost games. I've failed over and over and over again in my life.

Vince Lombardi? Joe Kuharich? Jim Tatum? Murray Warmath? The saying emerged from a dialog recounted by the columnist Fred Pettijohn. Emphasis added to excerpts by QI : 1. There is evidence that Vince Lombardi and other coaches employed this saying in subsequent years, but based on current knowledge Sanders achieved victory; he won the motto creation competition.

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  1. "Winning isn't everything; it's the only thing" is a well-known quotation in sports. It is attributed to Lombardi is on record using the quotation as early as in his opening talk on the first day of the Packers' training camp. While at UCLA, another famous quote was attributed to Sanders regarding the UCLA–USC rivalry.

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