Jeff’s Home School Curriculum

While we are home from school during the Covid-19 pandemic, Jeff is teaching Jack and Luke. He decided that this time would be perfect to educate the boys on great athletes and moments in sports that happened before they were born. Here’s what they are learning.

Lesson 1: The Fab Five

Lesson 2: Arnold and Jack playing Pinehurst #2 on Shell’s Wonderful World of Golf

Lesson 3: The 1999 Ryder Cup, arguably the biggest US comeback in Ryder Cup history with the worst shirts ever!

Image from http://www.rydercup.com

Lesson 4: 1990 UNLV Running Rebels basketball team and 1992 Kentucky vs Duke basketball game

Lesson 5: 2008 Beijing Olympics – US men’s 400 meter freestyle relay 🥇 and men’s 100 meter butterfly 🥇. Micheal Phelps was the athlete, but Rowdy Gaines and his telestrator are always the stars of Olympic swimming replays!

Lesson 6: NBA players Pistol Pete Maravich and the amazing passes of Jason Williams

Lesson 7: NCAA buzzer beaters

Lesson 8: the 2008 US Open – Tiger vs Rocco. 4 amazing rounds plus an 18 hole playoff round

Lesson 9: Game 7 of the 1992 NCLS Braves win in a walk off

Lesson 10: The AND1 Mix Tape Tour featuring The Professor

Lesson 11: The 1998 home run race between Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa

Lesson 12: the 2009 Big East Tournament quarterfinal Syracuse vs UCONN 6 overtimes – Syracuse wins!

Lesson 13: Learning about The Great White Shark watching The Essential Greg Norman

Lesson 14: All about Dennis Rodman, the basketball player, and how he shut down Shaw in the playoffs

Lesson 15: Jordan Speith’s 2015 Masters win

Lesson 16: The Flu Game – Micheal Jordan’s last game as a Chicago Bull, 1998 game 6 of the NBA Finals. In honor of Jack’s 11th birthday present – a Michael Jordan jersey.

Lesson 17: 2006 Fiesta Bowl – Boise State vs. Oklahoma

Lesson 18: 2 part lesson on Reggie Miller. 1 – Reggie vs. Spike Lee. 2 – Reggie scores 8 points in 8.9 seconds against the Knicks in the 1995 Eastern Conference semifinals

Lesson 19: Top shots in Masters history

Lesson 20: Bo Jackson – NFL, MLB, Tecmo Bowl, and Bo Knows commercials

Lesson 21: Number 21 must be Deion Sanders! The first athlete to hit a home run and score a touchdown in the same week. Neon Deion is Jeff’s favorite athlete of all time!!