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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Attending Super Bowls.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Chris Spielman
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Hakeem Olajuwon
  • NFL TEAM: Houston Texans
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  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds

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Comment 23 Jul 2014

That erks me too. We pay high prices for crap stale food, you go to a modern stadium and get better foods at same prices and yes delivered to seats via the app. We always tip em so yeah I guess that goes up. Most importantly, I never miss a play. I like Grove's idea of drones, there'd be no need to tip

Comment 23 Jul 2014

Have food service linked to an app so you never have to leave your seat for food and beverage. It'd be an improvement if higher quality of foods (not all stale) or selection I should say over just hot dogs, brawts, chips and cheese (those are not nachos), pretzels and popcorn. If they can have this type of service at the high school football stadiums around my house, we can certainly have it at the all mighty ' Shoe.

Comment 20 Jul 2014

Wake up Kenny's home town Texans. Kenny needs to be brought in. He could make the roster ahead of Case Keenum, as the 3rd string for now. And then compete with Savage for the eventual starter job in 2-3 years.

Comment 14 Jul 2014

There's no way around it, second half of July, August and September are crazy humid. I live on the water in a neighborhood that is an island in Lake Conroe. Get a little warm, crack a cold one and jump in. Five minutes later, repeat. But I guess it's something you get used to. I work 2 weeks on in western PA and return here for 2 weeks off. The extreme colds get me now more than this does. I loved the cold when I was a kid. I miss the Astros not being in the central anymore. That always gave me more opportunities to see the Red Legs. When time permits working and living near Pitt, I  get to see them

Comment 13 Jul 2014

I've got some funny stories about Mr. Homer. I live in Houston now and a good portion, as always, of the under 18 USA Team were from here and currently one is my neighbor. Lets just say Mr. Homer has had good harmless times, but loves his beer ( as do we all). But some of the stories, as they were  in Venezuela for a tourney and given special directions of what to do and not to do because of the regime of Hugo Chavez are priceless. I know we're way off subject but this is one dude that I've gotten to like just from stories. He has had some tough breaks ( a couple due to Mr. Hoover) but I trust from everything I've heard about him, this "John Wayne" of baseball will pull through no matter what it takes. He's got to cut the walks down, without a doubt. And at times he'll cowboy it too much and go mono y mono and try to power one past the hitter. Thing is with him when he remains more around 93mph-ish he has more run in that fastball. When he over throws, it flattens out and the bat finds the ball. Man I wish this was the place to tell stories of the character I've heard of. Nothing bad, but certainly a man's man and traditional Texan

Comment 13 Jul 2014

I'm very pleased with where the Reds are considering the rash of injuries and the division we play in. The central used to be a joke, but it is now one of the top divisions in sports. I have not been a Hoover fan for a year and a half, though. It's hard to lose 7 games as a reliever in one year. We're at the halfway point and he already has. But lets focus on the positive, our line up has been constantly forced to change with players out, and we're in perfect position. The starting pitching has has been phenomenal. Leake had a really solid stretch when we were not playing good ball. He shocked me. I'm really looking forward to the second half!

Comment 13 Jul 2014

I don't care what they claim annually as an attendance. I was in the Outhouse last year and the one top corner of endzone never did fill up and was ridiculously sparse during first quarter. Also no way that single level bowl sits what they say. As I looked around it repeatedly dawned on me, no way this is bigger than the 'Shoe and certainly not even bigger than Jerry'sWorld &Reliant (now NRG) in Houston. Those structures are massive but crowd not packed like sardines. I read Mr. Bacon's article, and it was very well written. But we're over thinking. The reason for the difference in sales between our schools is best answered by Mr. Charlie Sheen, "winning."

Comment 11 Jul 2014

Who is next in line to be florida's next coach, once Muschamp is fired after this year? Isn't this  Muschamp's first head gig? First head gig, no conference titles, no national championships, sinking a once proud program... You've got better options, Mr. Baker.   

Comment 09 Jul 2014

Anything Soundgarden. After not touring for 16 years I saw them at a small dive in Houston in March. They were awesome. I'm seeing them again as they return to Htown in August opening for NIN (should be other way around).

Comment 09 Jul 2014

Anything Soundgarden. After not touring for 16 years I saw them at a small dive in Houston in March. They were awesome. I'm seeing them again as they return to Htown in August opening for NIN (should be other way around).

Comment 09 Jul 2014

Not at all. Without looking it up, I can't name an elite Top 5 team Minnesota has beaten in the last decade, shoot in my lifetime. They are admittedly  improved, but  does a repaired scrap heap of a jalopy suddenly have the ability to beat an Indy car? Nope. Go Bucks!

Comment 07 Jul 2014

Baker would push Florida over the edge. They'd no longer lose to sub division 1 football teams. Who would be his coach for 4 years after Muschamp is fired. If he's thinking florida he must be comfortable with who he thinks next coach will be.

Comment 06 Jul 2014

The other player that seemed to be able to get a step on the opposition by recognizing formations and tendencies was Christian Bryant. Of course I'm only assuming the previous statement, but he seemed to adjust to their pre snap movements as if he knew where the ball was going, on some plays.. Although Cal was not a good team, they had very good athletes with speed. But Bryant seemed to be one step ahead of them and it wasn't because he was a faster athlete. 

Comment 06 Jul 2014

The Ohio State at Cal game was on B1G Network last night. Despite the competition, the offense had a flow and rhythm with Kenny that was unmatched throughout the first half and most of the way through the third quarter until we just started grinding them and the clock. Even and most especially after a big play, Kenny would get the O back to the line, properly aligned and snap it quickly after glancing over the D. There was no getting up there, getting set and then looking to the sidelines to confirm what is seen or not seen. Although it was his first ever, and had only had first team snaps for one week, his football IQ was apparent. 

Comment 05 Jul 2014

I'm a maybe, depending on conditions on your second chance idea. I don't like the thought of bailing or throwing him out like trash. If he didn't sell, it would involve him getting treatment while removed from the university for a year. IF he's allowed back, at least the first year is on his dime as a walk on. He'd have to re-earn a roster spot and then if deserving, his scholarship back.  If he's clean, he should have no problem with the athletic part. As for financing his own schooling for however long he's not a scholly, he'd have to do like most every other student and save up some money before coming back to school and get student loans

Comment 05 Jul 2014

I'd send that DeLorean back in time with no driver and instruction of how to get it back to us in 2014. That way I could add one player to Pace and Tatum. Who better to drive than the man that led the drive in the '96 Rose Bowl, than Joe Germaine? He could teach reading defenses pre snap, quicken our QBs progression through the routes, teach throwing where the receiver will be before he even cuts, mechanics and absolute accuracy. Joe was accurate in a time that more of the passing was down field and less chances to pad completion percentages with short pre determined passes, shuttles and the allotment of different screens run today.  He's not the legend that Pace and Tatum are, but he could work with our QBs on the areas that were his strengths. Our current QBs strengths need no help from Joe in the areas of their athleticism, speed and elusiveness. I feel with Joe's help defenses couldn't load up for a Braxton power lead or inside zone to a back. They'd have to honor the pass too on 3rd or 4th and short.

Comment 26 Jun 2014

These are these other nation's top 1 percenters. Our top kids arent walking the halls of their high schools, being talked about on message boards and known through out our land for their extreme up and coming physical skills wearing soccer shirts and dreaming of being the next Pele.  At least where I went to school and we had some soccer players (3 went to Uconn on full rides and won back to back national championships and one of those Chris Gbandi was the top overall pick ever in the first MLS draft), no one talked about the soccer players. We had probably a dozen D1 football players, a couple drafted baseball years (couple years after me had 2 kids in same draft taken in first round). Anyway, no one even remembers the soccer kids despite them being some our most decorated athletes. We do remember each's attempt to play football. Only Gbandi  could play ball. The others couldnt sniff playing time in Texas varsity 5A football. They were smart enough to realize not to even try baseball where even back ups eventually play college ball. So I'm not for one instant gonna think these other countries have better athletes. If Curtis Samuel, Vonn Bell etc wanted to be soccer players when they made their choices years ago, they'd be mauling these punnies

Comment 26 Jun 2014

Abandoning it? Just a few years ago they added spring football to even the pee wees. So even pee wees are playing 2 seasons of tackle a year and in 7 on 7select  leagues and tournies in between. Football has become year round down here much like select travel baseball did a few decades ago and continues to be 

Comment 23 Jun 2014

We gotta show him who's gonna be distributing the ball during his 3-4 years. Kevin Sumlin's offense wether it be at Oklahoma, Houston or now A&M has always had an accurate southern gun slinger, so he'll get his touches. In our case I hope a chance to play for a national title and tradition out weigh personal gains.