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1. Using passages from the book, explain why Monk Robertson and Rick Seaver were suspects. Explain why Bill Lowry planted the evidence against Scott.

2. Why did Scott want to avoid Peg Moore and Flossie the Glossie? How did Flossie get the nickname?

3. What sort of relationship did Scott...

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1. Using passages from the book, explain why Monk Robertson and Rick Seaver were suspects. Explain why Bill Lowry planted the evidence against Scott.

2. Why did Scott want to avoid Peg Moore and Flossie the Glossie? How did Flossie get the nickname?

3. What sort of relationship did Scott have with his father? Why? At the end of the book has the relationship changed?

4. Scott is in trouble for not telling the whole truth. With whom does he get in trouble? Document your choices with passages from the book.

5. What is Scott's attitude toward football? How does he feel when he is taken out of the game?

6. Compare and contrast Coach Dresso and Coach Zacks.

7. What kind of friend is Kear? Why did he offer to quit the Grayhawks? How did he feel after his wallet is stolen? Why?

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