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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6705 on: January 27, 2015, 05:03:29 PM »
Seahawks 100%, because Tom Brady can(Inser things that could get me warned/modded, so let us pretend puppies and kitties are what I intend)

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« Reply #6706 on: January 27, 2015, 05:08:29 PM »
Puppy Bowl and Kitty Bowl are really cute, though. They are. :)
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« Reply #6707 on: January 27, 2015, 10:55:41 PM »
I'm not going to be posting as much on OC.Net as before. I might stop in once in a while though. But I've come to realize that real life is more important.

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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6708 on: January 27, 2015, 11:54:12 PM »
Goodbye Travis Snider, you were a nice player for the Pirates


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« Reply #6709 on: January 27, 2015, 11:57:36 PM »
We're changing cable networks next week, and one of the fancy shmancy extra stations you can get, if you order it, is Willow, a cricket channel. Oh, boy! It probably isn't in our station lineup, but it would be cool if it were.
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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6710 on: January 28, 2015, 12:06:23 AM »
This porcupine predicts who will win the Super Bowl!

http://youtu.be/r94rbq5duh4
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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6711 on: January 28, 2015, 01:11:24 AM »
This porcupine predicts who will win the Super Bowl!

http://youtu.be/r94rbq5duh4

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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6712 on: February 01, 2015, 11:05:48 PM »
I left my tv with :20 left, i refuse to watch the patriots win the super bowl


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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6713 on: February 02, 2015, 12:04:01 AM »
I left my tv with :20 left, i refuse to watch the patriots win the super bowl


Thankfully Cutthroat kitchen is at 11 rather than 10 today

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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6714 on: February 02, 2015, 02:19:45 AM »
TERRIBLE play call at the end--in fact, possibly the worst play call ever in Super Bowl history--but I give Pete Carroll credit for having the class to take the blame for that call. That was one helluva circus catch made by Jermaine Kearse to set up that play call, though. For the sheer concentration and athleticism necessary to make that catch in that situation, it was every bit as spectacular as David Tyree's helmet catch that helped the Giants beat unbeaten New England in Super Bowl XLII.
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« Reply #6715 on: February 02, 2015, 09:52:56 AM »
TERRIBLE play call at the end--in fact, possibly the worst play call ever in Super Bowl history...

The 2001 AFC divisional playoff game where the Patriots won due to a bad call will always be, in my butthurt Raiders fan opinion, the worst call in football history. But I suppose that wasn't a Super Bowl call, although we deserved to go into it instead of the Patriots.

I'm just glad that baseball season is closer now.

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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6716 on: February 03, 2015, 12:11:58 AM »
TERRIBLE play call at the end--in fact, possibly the worst play call ever in Super Bowl history--but I give Pete Carroll credit for having the class to take the blame for that call. That was one helluva circus catch made by Jermaine Kearse to set up that play call, though. For the sheer concentration and athleticism necessary to make that catch in that situation, it was every bit as spectacular as David Tyree's helmet catch that helped the Giants beat unbeaten New England in Super Bowl XLII.

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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6717 on: February 03, 2015, 05:04:25 AM »
TERRIBLE play call at the end--in fact, possibly the worst play call ever in Super Bowl history--but I give Pete Carroll credit for having the class to take the blame for that call. That was one helluva circus catch made by Jermaine Kearse to set up that play call, though. For the sheer concentration and athleticism necessary to make that catch in that situation, it was every bit as spectacular as David Tyree's helmet catch that helped the Giants beat unbeaten New England in Super Bowl XLII.

It cost me $100. That's all that matters.

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Don't root for loosing teams. The Seattle Sounders have 13 championships, four of which are U.S. Open Cup titles and come in 1st in Western Conference and Overall 1st in the league.

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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6718 on: February 03, 2015, 05:06:36 AM »
TERRIBLE play call at the end--in fact, possibly the worst play call ever in Super Bowl history--but I give Pete Carroll credit for having the class to take the blame for that call. That was one helluva circus catch made by Jermaine Kearse to set up that play call, though. For the sheer concentration and athleticism necessary to make that catch in that situation, it was every bit as spectacular as David Tyree's helmet catch that helped the Giants beat unbeaten New England in Super Bowl XLII.

It cost me $100. That's all that matters.

The final nail in the coffin that is the dump of Pacific Northwest.

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Don't root for loosing teams.
So you encourage everyone to be a fair weather fan?
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« Reply #6719 on: February 03, 2015, 05:11:58 AM »
TERRIBLE play call at the end--in fact, possibly the worst play call ever in Super Bowl history--but I give Pete Carroll credit for having the class to take the blame for that call. That was one helluva circus catch made by Jermaine Kearse to set up that play call, though. For the sheer concentration and athleticism necessary to make that catch in that situation, it was every bit as spectacular as David Tyree's helmet catch that helped the Giants beat unbeaten New England in Super Bowl XLII.

It cost me $100. That's all that matters.

The final nail in the coffin that is the dump of Pacific Northwest.

I hope it falls into the ocean soon.

Don't root for loosing teams.
So you encourage everyone to be a fair weather fan?

It rains more in NY and Florida than it does here in WA. It's a myth about the weather. What isn't a myth is our bad sports teams. However, the Sounders are the best and we are proud of them.

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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6720 on: February 03, 2015, 05:20:11 AM »
TERRIBLE play call at the end--in fact, possibly the worst play call ever in Super Bowl history--but I give Pete Carroll credit for having the class to take the blame for that call. That was one helluva circus catch made by Jermaine Kearse to set up that play call, though. For the sheer concentration and athleticism necessary to make that catch in that situation, it was every bit as spectacular as David Tyree's helmet catch that helped the Giants beat unbeaten New England in Super Bowl XLII.

It cost me $100. That's all that matters.

The final nail in the coffin that is the dump of Pacific Northwest.

I hope it falls into the ocean soon.

Don't root for loosing teams.
So you encourage everyone to be a fair weather fan?

It rains more in NY and Florida than it does here in WA. It's a myth about the weather. What isn't a myth is our bad sports teams.
Bad sports teams? The Pacific Northwest has the Seattle Seahawks, who have played in each of the last two Super Bowls--I'm not going to let you get away with calling them a bad sports team just because they lost their attempt to repeat as Super Bowl champions. The PNW has the Portland Trail Blazers, who, despite their recent struggles, are still one of the best teams in the NBA. We have the Portland Thorns, who recently won the national championship in professional women's soccer. The PNW may have their bad sports teams, but they have plenty of good ones, as well.

However, the Sounders are the best and we are proud of them.
You can have your Sounders. GO TIMBERS! ;D
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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6721 on: February 03, 2015, 05:35:15 AM »
TERRIBLE play call at the end--in fact, possibly the worst play call ever in Super Bowl history--but I give Pete Carroll credit for having the class to take the blame for that call. That was one helluva circus catch made by Jermaine Kearse to set up that play call, though. For the sheer concentration and athleticism necessary to make that catch in that situation, it was every bit as spectacular as David Tyree's helmet catch that helped the Giants beat unbeaten New England in Super Bowl XLII.

It cost me $100. That's all that matters.

The final nail in the coffin that is the dump of Pacific Northwest.

I hope it falls into the ocean soon.

Don't root for loosing teams.
So you encourage everyone to be a fair weather fan?

It rains more in NY and Florida than it does here in WA. It's a myth about the weather. What isn't a myth is our bad sports teams.
Bad sports teams? The Pacific Northwest has the Seattle Seahawks, who have played in each of the last two Super Bowls--I'm not going to let you get away with calling them a bad sports team just because they lost their attempt to repeat as Super Bowl champions. The PNW has the Portland Trail Blazers, who, despite their recent struggles, are still one of the best teams in the NBA. We have the Portland Thorns, who recently won the national championship in professional women's soccer. The PNW may have their bad sports teams, but they have plenty of good ones, as well.

However, the Sounders are the best and we are proud of them.
You can have your Sounders. GO TIMBERS! ;D

Football is a horrible sport anyway. If you have to pick between a sport and spending my Sundays in prayer and worship to our Lord, I'll pick God. Sports have turned into a religion, and you can't serve both God and mammon.

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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6722 on: February 04, 2015, 01:01:33 AM »
TERRIBLE play call at the end--in fact, possibly the worst play call ever in Super Bowl history--but I give Pete Carroll credit for having the class to take the blame for that call. That was one helluva circus catch made by Jermaine Kearse to set up that play call, though. For the sheer concentration and athleticism necessary to make that catch in that situation, it was every bit as spectacular as David Tyree's helmet catch that helped the Giants beat unbeaten New England in Super Bowl XLII.

It cost me $100. That's all that matters.

The final nail in the coffin that is the dump of Pacific Northwest.

I hope it falls into the ocean soon.

Don't root for loosing teams.
So you encourage everyone to be a fair weather fan?

It rains more in NY and Florida than it does here in WA. It's a myth about the weather. What isn't a myth is our bad sports teams.
Bad sports teams? The Pacific Northwest has the Seattle Seahawks, who have played in each of the last two Super Bowls--I'm not going to let you get away with calling them a bad sports team just because they lost their attempt to repeat as Super Bowl champions. The PNW has the Portland Trail Blazers, who, despite their recent struggles, are still one of the best teams in the NBA. We have the Portland Thorns, who recently won the national championship in professional women's soccer. The PNW may have their bad sports teams, but they have plenty of good ones, as well.

However, the Sounders are the best and we are proud of them.
You can have your Sounders. GO TIMBERS! ;D

Football is a horrible sport anyway. If you have to pick between a sport and spending my Sundays in prayer and worship to our Lord, I'll pick God. Sports have turned into a religion, and you can't serve both God and mammon.

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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6723 on: February 04, 2015, 01:42:22 AM »
A few dumb things about pro football:

1. The cheesy uniforms

2. The required leggings that the NFL mandates. (Half naked cheerleaders doing strip teases on the sidelines is somehow considered professional, but football players with their calves exposed is somehow not. Can't figure that one out.)

3. Domed stadiums in cities where it rarely gets below 50 degrees. That Arizona weather can be brutal in the fall. And such horrible scenery too. Better build a dome to protect the players and fans from such a horrible environment.

4. The two minute warning. Let's arbitrarily stop the flow of the game at its climax so that we can warn the teams that there are only two minutes left. It's not like they can just look up at the scoreboard clock and find out how much time remains. In fact, I wonder why they don't periodically stop the game to apprise the teams of the score. That would make about as much sense as the two minute warning.


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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6724 on: February 05, 2015, 09:44:31 AM »
A few dumb things about pro football:

1. The cheesy uniforms


2. The required leggings that the NFL mandates. (Half naked cheerleaders doing strip teases on the sidelines is somehow considered professional, but football players with their calves exposed is somehow not. Can't figure that one out.)

3. Domed stadiums in cities where it rarely gets below 50 degrees. That Arizona weather can be brutal in the fall. And such horrible scenery too. Better build a dome to protect the players and fans from such a horrible environment.

4. The two minute warning. Let's arbitrarily stop the flow of the game at its climax so that we can warn the teams that there are only two minutes left. It's not like they can just look up at the scoreboard clock and find out how much time remains. In fact, I wonder why they don't periodically stop the game to apprise the teams of the score. That would make about as much sense as the two minute warning.


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I'm curious on this one, how so?

I know there are some real duds out there, but there are in CFB too

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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6725 on: February 05, 2015, 07:30:35 PM »
A few dumb things about pro football:

1. The cheesy uniforms


2. The required leggings that the NFL mandates. (Half naked cheerleaders doing strip teases on the sidelines is somehow considered professional, but football players with their calves exposed is somehow not. Can't figure that one out.)

3. Domed stadiums in cities where it rarely gets below 50 degrees. That Arizona weather can be brutal in the fall. And such horrible scenery too. Better build a dome to protect the players and fans from such a horrible environment.

4. The two minute warning. Let's arbitrarily stop the flow of the game at its climax so that we can warn the teams that there are only two minutes left. It's not like they can just look up at the scoreboard clock and find out how much time remains. In fact, I wonder why they don't periodically stop the game to apprise the teams of the score. That would make about as much sense as the two minute warning.


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I'm curious on this one, how so?

I know there are some real duds out there, but there are in CFB too

It's quite subjective of course. Part of what I find goofy about the NFL uniforms is the socks/leggings that I mentioned. Also the jerseys having to be tucked in. I just like the college style uniforms a lot better. But as far as NFL uniforms go, I guess I think the Cowboys, the Steelers, and the 49's have decent uniforms. I like simplicity. Less is more.


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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6726 on: February 19, 2015, 04:17:45 AM »
One of the key players on the great Portland Trail Blazer teams that played in the NBA Finals in 1990 and 1992, small forward Jerome Kersey, is reported to have died today in Portland. He was only 52 and even spoke at one of the local high schools the day before with teammates Terry Porter and Brian Grant. He leaves behind a widow and four daughters. Not only was Jerome a great athlete, but he was also one of the best loved Blazers both past and present for his friendly demeanor and his service to the community.

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« Reply #6727 on: February 19, 2015, 10:51:39 AM »
That is sad.  LORD have mercy on Jerome Kersey and his family!

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« Reply #6728 on: February 28, 2015, 02:06:20 PM »
Former NY Knicks player Anthony Mason has died. He was 48.

Rest in peace.  :'(

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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6729 on: March 01, 2015, 05:38:23 AM »
Former NY Knicks player Anthony Mason has died. He was 48.

Rest in peace.  :'(

http://www.nba.com/knicks/anthony-mason-dies-age-48
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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6730 on: March 04, 2015, 11:02:01 AM »
The Hawks are BALLIN.

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« Reply #6731 on: March 04, 2015, 01:57:36 PM »
The Hawks are BALLIN.
As opposed to BAWLIN?
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« Reply #6732 on: March 04, 2015, 01:58:54 PM »
The Hawks are BALLIN.
As opposed to BAWLIN?

Maybe i should have just said HOOPIN, to avoid any confusion, yo.

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« Reply #6733 on: March 04, 2015, 02:02:01 PM »
The Hawks are BALLIN.
As opposed to BAWLIN?

Maybe i should have just said HOOPIN, to avoid any confusion, yo.
Let's just say that after they get knocked out of the playoffs, they'll be BAWLIN!
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« Reply #6734 on: March 04, 2015, 02:14:51 PM »
The Hawks are BALLIN.
As opposed to BAWLIN?

Maybe i should have just said HOOPIN, to avoid any confusion, yo.
Let's just say that after they get knocked out of the playoffs, they'll be BAWLIN!

Sadly, youre probably right. It is Atlanta, after all. Our teams (usually) dont have any trouble making the playoffs, but dont expect us to hang around very long.
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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6735 on: March 06, 2015, 05:48:23 AM »
The Hawks are BALLIN.
As opposed to BAWLIN?

Maybe i should have just said HOOPIN, to avoid any confusion, yo.
Let's just say that after they get knocked out of the playoffs, they'll be BAWLIN!

Sadly, youre probably right. It is Atlanta, after all. Our teams (usually) dont have any trouble making the playoffs, but dont expect us to hang around very long.
Any wagers on how long before Philadelphia's NFL team renames themselves the Ducks?
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« Reply #6736 on: March 06, 2015, 06:23:13 PM »
Hooligans would seem like a better match for the sports fans of the city  :P
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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6737 on: March 08, 2015, 03:38:02 PM »
RB Chris Johnson was hospitalized after being shot in the shoulder

Former New York Jets and Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson is in stable condition after being shot in the shoulder during a drive-by shooting that occurred at 4 a.m. Sunday at an intersection in Orlando, Florida, according to police.

The driver of the vehicle, Dreekius Oricko Johnson, 28, was killed by gunfire, according to the Orange County sheriff's department.

Johnson and Reggie Johnson, 29, were passengers in the Jeep, per the sheriff's office. The latter Johnson suffered gunshot wounds to his shoulder, hand and leg. He, too, is in stable condition...

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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6738 on: March 08, 2015, 05:25:33 PM »
Looks as if Ndamukong $uh is going to Miami for $114M over the next 6 years.
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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6739 on: March 09, 2015, 02:01:42 AM »
Not liking this. :'( One of the best players on my home town Blazers (NBA) team, Wesley Matthews, is out for the rest of the season after blowing out an Achilles tendon.
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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6740 on: March 09, 2015, 02:33:06 AM »
After ending a 6 month hiatus for personal issues, Dustin Johnson wins his 9th career PGA Tour event at the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6741 on: March 09, 2015, 07:02:33 PM »
Mr. One - Say, what's that sound?
Mr. Two - Hmm? Oh, that's just Stephen A. Smith being an idiot.
Mr. One - So just business as usual then.

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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6742 on: March 10, 2015, 03:08:44 PM »
    Hey Guys Mayweather vs. Pacquiao set for May 2nd. Finally it's going to happen  8). It's about 4 years too late, but at least it is happening I guess.

      Anyone else going to watch ?

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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6743 on: March 10, 2015, 03:38:10 PM »
Mar 14  7:00 PM

Sounders FC       vs         SJ Earthquakes


I hope the Sounders crush them. Would get great to see them get to the cup again!

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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6744 on: March 15, 2015, 08:38:34 PM »
Watching Galaxy vs. Timbers.
My only weakness is, well, never mind

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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6745 on: March 15, 2015, 10:28:17 PM »
Watching Galaxy vs. Timbers.
GO TIMBERS!
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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6746 on: March 18, 2015, 01:56:41 PM »
Final four picks anyone?

Mine:  Gonzaga, Wisconsin, Kentucky, Oklahoma
Champtionship game:  Gonzaga v. Kentucky
Winner:  Kentucky
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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6747 on: April 03, 2015, 10:36:14 PM »

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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6748 on: April 13, 2015, 02:35:39 PM »
Troy Polamalu retired.
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Re: The Sports Thread
« Reply #6749 on: April 13, 2015, 03:14:54 PM »
Troy Polamalu retired.

When I heard that, the first person I thought of was Justin! :)
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