A friend of mine has this as his status on gchat:
"An athlete of both foot and base, coupled with ursa who cares of fate. With source of heat of which to feed but fell from the beginning, the start of steed...whoever figures out this riddle gets a hundred bucks...p.s. i made it up so you wont find the answer online"
I don't know if this will throw you off, but I know that he is involved in Psychology or the Medical field. It didn't help ME at all, but then again, I didn't get the right answer.
I kinda want to see if people went where I went with this, so I'm not going to post my initial thought process yet (even thought it is wrong).
Kyle Williams is a 2-sport athlete for Arizona State. His father is former Major League Baseball outfielder Kenny Williams from Berkeley, CA who played football for Stanford and was on the field for "The Play" in the 1982 Cal-Stanford game.
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I'm thinking Bo Jackson or Deion Sanders. Also thinking Bears, Cubs, Colts, Broncos, Heat, and Sun. I can't find a connection yet. Oh, it will be figured out.
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Bo Jackson went into business in Scottsdale, Arizona with Valerie Marie LittleChief of the Kiowa tribe and formed N'Genuity Enterprises.
About the Kiowa from Wikipedia:
quote:The word "Kiowa" originated after their migration through what the Kiowa refer to as "The Mountains of the Kiowa." This location is in the present eastern edge of Glacier National Park, Montana, just below the Canadian border. The mountain pass they came through was populated heavily by grizzly bear and Blackfoot people. The Blackfoot word for "grizzly bear" is "Kgyi-yo." Kgyi-yo was corrupted in English as the root translation for the word Kiow-a. Today, Kiowa, Montana is located on the very spot where ancient Kiowa passed through the mountains during their southward migration.
I initially went with constellations. The Athlete is Orion, Ursa is the dipper, and the steed is Pegasus. The fall heat which fell led me to Vega which is the center of all constellations, and is considered to be a second sun. I think Vega in arabic means to fall or something.