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sportsfan said...

Still researching the theory of co-colas tasting better with toes in the sand. Running low on samples. With 2 days of research remaining do I restock fully or switch to the nectar of agave?

July 24, 2014 at 4:58 p.m.
sportsfan said...

In no particular order, Marge Simpson, Edith Bunker, Peggy Bundy, and Carmela Soprano.

July 22, 2014 at 12:17 p.m.
sportsfan said...

Jay-on the gulf coast confirming your theory about co-colas. So far I concur but I need a few more days to be sure. Sergio was one bad round by Rory away from a major championship. 6 under in the final round made Rory hear footsteps. I still believe he's got a major in him. Ready for football. High school, college, and nfl. For the mailbag. What are 5 things i need to watch for this fall?

July 21, 2014 at 2:55 p.m.
sportsfan said...

Jay- For the mailbag. I saw a highlight on Sportscenter top 10 plays earlier this week that featured a play from an ultimate frisbee tournament game. Got me thinking. What's your Rushmore of non-traditional sports?

July 10, 2014 at 9:48 p.m.
sportsfan said...

Jay-left the office at 5:15 to start the holiday weekend. Heard the last 45 mins of Press Row but had to deal with a couple final calls on the way to the hacienda. I can't believe Risky Business didn't make the Rushmore list. For your consideration: All the Right Moves was made by Lea Thompson (not Cruise) A Few Good Men was made by Nicholson Rainman was made by Hoffman Top gun was made by Kelly McGillis

So, I submit that Tom Cruise is a decent supporting actor. Not necessarily deserving of a Rushmore That's about it.

July 3, 2014 at 7:38 p.m.
sportsfan said...

Jay-thanks for the response. In boxing, if a bout ends by decision, then the guy that took the whipping ought to be declared the winner for taking all the other guy had without falling out. Just saying...

June 20, 2014 at 12:29 p.m.
sportsfan said...

Jay - I was out and about this afternoon and had a chance to listen in on Press Row. Good stuff Got a little tired of the I hate/I love soccer but you, David, and Wells handled it well. As for me, I'll watch any sport where they keep score or win a head to head race. I don't consider events with judges a sport worth my time (diving, ice skating, gymnastics, etc.). For the mailbag, and feel free to ask Wells and David to provide answers as well...what got you interested in sports (as opposed to something else)? While I played organized sports as a kid, for me, I think it was my dad taking me to sporting events as a very young lad.

June 18, 2014 at 7:24 p.m.
sportsfan said...

Jay- welcome back. As you know, I'm older than I look, but Casey Kasem wasn't in my wheelhouse growing up. However, put me down for Barnes, Leslie, and Jimmy during morning drive time on 99X in the ATL. In the mid 90's I spent a lot of time stuck in am trafiic in Atlanta and they made me laugh out loud in my car which made the commute almost tolerable.

June 16, 2014 at 7:28 p.m.
sportsfan said...

Jay - a rare moment during the day, but about to head to another meeting. For the record, you're a gem, but that's not why I'm posting. For the mailbag, what's your best and worst takeaways from your time hosting/managing/prepping for/and attending the BOP's over the years?

May 29, 2014 at 12:30 p.m.
sportsfan said...

Jay - excellent topic today. General Robert Neyland. Served during WWI and WWII rising to Brigadier General and winning the Distinguished Service Award and Legion of Merit. Oh and he coached a little football in between his tours serving his country.

May 26, 2014 at 12:06 p.m.
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