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  • SPORTS MOMENT: It has to be the 2002 National Championship Game
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  • NBA TEAM: Boston Celtics
  • MLB TEAM: SF Giants

Recent Activity

Comment 26 May 2016

Finally, this no nothing team from Wacko Texas will go back to being irrelevant.  The way it should be

Comment 30 Apr 2016

yep.  they can say they did what was best for them and I believe they believed they did.  but the results are clear they made a mistake.  folks this was not the first time these players made a mistake and wont be the last.  we all make mistakes.  time to make the best of it

Comment 22 Apr 2016

I think defenses can dictate that and if they think stopping the tight end is important they can make you throw it somewhere else.”

Let's be honest here, OSU does  not have a recent history of using the TE in pass catching very much.  The defense DID NOT take away the TE.  That is utter nonsense.  Was there a man assigned to him, sure just like every freaking WR, but the QB still managed to throw it to the WR anyway.  Come'on man

Comment 07 Apr 2016

I'm on my PC and I actually think this is great coverage.  Watched Spieth play all 18 along with many others. Now its Day and Rors.  I have no complaints, not sure what the issue is for you

Comment 06 Apr 2016

My favorite Golf event of the year and probably second to the College Football Championship game - only if the Buckeyes are in it.  Love Day, but I really respect the maturity of Spieth.  I will be rooting for him. 

Man I love golf, to my wife's shagrin

Comment 24 Mar 2016

Really?  they need questions answered?  Hmmm.  I know when I am interviewing for a big shot position in the Bay area, I always ask at the start of the interview if they plan on bringing in any more candidates.  The moment they say, "well sure, we just started the process" - I flip them the bird and stomp my ass out there. 


Comment 18 Mar 2016

Thanks - so happy tears.  Good to know

Comment 18 Mar 2016

Can someone tell me what the background was for the crying Jordan thing?  I see it often, but don't know why he was crying.  Thanks

Comment 16 Mar 2016

totally agree.  But to dismiss it out of hand by stating:  if pro, therefore > college.  That is absolutely false.  I am not disagreeing with Ramzy's argument, but taking the otherside, I don't necessarily put all "pros" on some kind of talent pedestal.

As an example, and I don't remember when these guys came out, but Ryan Leaf was a pro, was he a pro when Brady was in college.  Let's assume he was.  Would anybody of thought a lowly backup in Michigan was better than a pro?  End of Pro>college argument

Comment 16 Mar 2016
You cannot tell me that an Undrafted RB from this class is a better RB than Leonard Fournette just because one is a pro and one is in college

SB 10 makes some valid points.  I don't know if the buckeyes could ever beat the pathetic browns, but what I do know is just because someone is a pro doesn't mean they are better than a college player.  If that was the case not many players would get drafted because why? they are not better than what the teams have right?  Or did those players just volunteer to retire, maybe.

Comment 14 Mar 2016

Yes.  I have the Tour Tempo app, but you never really know if you are hitting it.  The Swingbyte shows it definitively.  I had a kink of ineffciency in my backswing, going far off plane in the beginning, sort of a two phase backswing.  Working to keep on plane throughout and this speeds up the backswing. 

Comment 14 Mar 2016

I recently received a Swingbyte 2 for my birthday and absolutely love it!  I can hit balls into a net in my backyard and get an excellent graph of my swing and a ton of data.  What is most important to me on that device is two things;  (1) tempo - working to get my ratio of backswing to downswing 3:1 and swing plane. 

I have studied the game very seriously for a number of years but have not made a great deal of improvement in ball contact until I went to a more modern swing during the backswing.  I simply keep my left knee (if your RH) more stable during the backswing, as opposed to letting it bend inside towards the ball.  If you look at any PGA player today, with perhaps the exception being Bubba, this is how they do it.  I find this puts my torso and weight in the right spot in the backswing so I am more centered over the ball and get hit it really flush, rather than a little behind it sometimes. Try it.

Comment 11 Mar 2016

Couldn't have happened to a classier athlete. LOL JF