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Comment 03 Jun 2019

Its a compliment when someone makes a comment IMO. If you were sporting Minnesota colors probably not one peep. Just proceed with quiet dignity and a smile on your face.  I learned from wearing OSU gear in Ann Arbor in junior high school (another story) that you just grin and bear it. It was fun when I visited my daughter in Tuscaloosa (she is a Bama grad) in the fall of 2015 (LSU game) wearing my scarlet OSU gear - fit right in until they got close enough to see it was OSU scarlet and not Bama crimson. I loved the comments. I will say the tailgating at Bama is pretty impressive.

Comment 31 May 2019

I was wondering the same thing - what is the SOL in Ohio for this? In WA we have a special statute that tolls the SOL until the persons knows the act happened and connects it to the harm alleged. That has led to a lot of "repressed memory" claims that in my view are disingenuous.

Comment 26 May 2019

Moved to Davis, California in 1970. Went to Davis High School. Our high school BB coach was Les Curry. His daughter was Denise Curry. Played college basketball at UCLA. 1978 AIAW (pre-NCAA) Championship, All-American 1979-81. Averaged 26.4 points per game. 1981 USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year. 1979 US National Team World Championships gold and Pan American Games silver. Gold medals at the 1983 World Championships, Pan American Games and 1984 Olympics. Played professionally in France with Stade Français, winning French national titles in 1986-87. Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame, Womens' Basketball Hall of Fame, AAU Hall of Fame, UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame. In 1990 was one of the first four UCLA basketball players to have their numbers retired, joining Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Bill Walton, and Ann Meyers.

Bill Cartwright, Elk Grove High School 7'1" center played against us in high school. We lost by 4 points. 1974 and 1975 California High School State Basketball Player of the Year. 1975 California High School Sports Athlete of the Year. College at USF. 16 NBA seasons Knicks, Bulls (titles 1991-1993), and Seattle SuperSonics.