keyonsay
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PLEASE HELP ME!!!! The temperature at game time was below zero degrees, and the game became known as the Ice Bowl. In addition to the harsh conditions of the game, the Ice Bowl is also historic because it featured two legendary coaches in Vince Lombardi and Tom Landry. Which of the following is free of plagiarism?
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keyonsay
  • keyonsay
A. The Ice Bowl was a historic game not only because of the Ice Bowl, but also because it featured two legendary coaches (Matthews 43). B. The game was famous both for the freezing weather that day and because of the two famous coaches it featured, Vince Lombardi and Tom Landry. C. According to Matthews, the Ice Bowl was a famous game because of "the harsh conditions of the game . . . [and] because it featured two legendary coaches" (43). D. The Ice Bowl was played at temperatures below zero degrees, and also featured two of the most legendary coaches in history, Vince Lombardi and Tom Landry.
nincompoop
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If you are looking for an MLA Guideline for an in-text citation, it must include the last name of the author and the page number(s) in parenthesis and must appear in the text in which the quotation or paraphrase is located. The author's name may be included in the sentence itself or in the parenthesis subsequent the quotation or paraphrase, but the page number must be enclosed with parenthesis. Sentence C follows this guideline.

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