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faux_maestro


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Member since 12 October 2011 | Blog

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: January 3 2003, Tempe Arizona, Sun Devil Stadium.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: J.T. Barrett
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: AARON CRAFT
  • NFL TEAM: Bengals
  • NHL TEAM: CBJ
  • NBA TEAM: nah
  • MLB TEAM: REDS
  • SOCCER TEAM: CREW

Recent Activity

Comment 3 hours ago
The thing that I found hilarious was one of the d bags on the pregame said that Harbaugh's first game was "one of the most anticipated coaching debuts in a long, long time". Made the outcome that much sweeter.
Comment 03 Sep 2015

If I had to pick, I'd take Minnesota. For the reason you mentioned but also it would be huge for Minnesota and Jerry Kill. He seems like a good dude and a good coach, and he deserves some good stuff coming his way after the health problems he dealt with. 

Comment 31 Aug 2015
I've heard quite a few of these as they happened so I believe it. I'm that freak who watches golf wether Tiger is playing or not.
Comment 31 Aug 2015
The all time best was the week after the 2004 US Open at Shinnecock Hills GC. That week was a bit of a slaughter with the USGA letting the golf course get out of control difficult (they didn't water the greens enough and on several of them the grass actually died etc.). Anyway, someone mentioned "the US Open last week at Shinnecock" and Feherty said "Shinnecock.....that just sounds painful.....are we still on the air?". They cut to commercial without a word.
Comment 31 Aug 2015
Same. I kept checking 11W on Twitter thinking someone got hurt or it was a 10 star Monday or something.
Comment 31 Aug 2015
I've always heard him described as a "primarily" defensive player, not "exclusively". I know he played a little on offense because they had Tai Streets at wr and no one else. He caught some passes and took some end arounds for touchdowns and returned a punt for a TD in The Game in 1997. They put him on offense to give them a spark but also to increase his profile in the eyes of the Heisman voters.