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The story of Daedalus and Icarus is about a father and son who are trapped on an island in Greece. The father, Daedalus, a renoun scientist, fashioned two sets of wings, one for his son, the other for himself. The pair used these wings to escape the island. While they were flying, Icarus got overconfident and flew close to the sun. The wax holding his wings together melted, and he plummeted to the ocean and died.
Geez, talk about an Icarus moment!
Oh come ON, Ref! He deserved it!
Unsportsmanlike conduct, and fighting, offense, Number 16. The player is now evicted from the game.
J.T. Barret, the quarterback for Ohio State, was overconfident about his scoring ability, and decided to yell obscenities at the opposing team, and shoved one of their players. The referee proceeded to penalize him, and kicked him out of the game. Barret acted overconfident to his newfound athletic ability, much like Icarus with his wings, which led to his downfall.
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