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LoKyBuckeye

I give up. This board is too hard to understand.
that's why his eye is all messed up. It was awhile ago but he was "catching" balls at a Jets practice out of one of those pitching machine type things and he was nailed in the eye... it was pretty bad and he almost lost the eye all togther.

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osugrad21

Capo Regime
Staff member
LoKyBuckeye said:
that's why his eye is all messed up. It was awhile ago but he was "catching" balls at a Jets practice out of one of those pitching machine type things and he was nailed in the eye... it was pretty bad and he almost lost the eye all togther.

That sounds like the Jim McMahon fork story
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DaytonBuck

I've always liked them
i think they should just combine ESPN and MTV and get it over with.
I liked sportscenter when they weren't forcing the humor/shenanigans. Now it just seems like they have to do something stupid, "hip", or force jokes every episode. Between that, Friend, and a Dale Earnhardt movie I can stand anything that isn't a game on their.
 
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tibor75

Banned
ESPN stopped being good when they began treating themselves as the main story, instead of the sports. Now, they just try to come up with funny stuff and could care less about the actual action on the field. I'm no fan of Stoo Scott, but even he's not that much worse than the crap they have on now. Chris Berman stopped being funny about 7 years ago. You think "frozen tundra" would get old eventually, but not for him. Stephen A Smith? Michael Irvin? I find it hard to believe either of these clowns get any good feedback from viewers and they never have anything useful to say. But they're celebrities as that's what ESPN cares about. Craig Kilborn and Charley Steiner were the few people that were both funny and who didn't take their schtick too seriously.
 
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