|06/08/2011 - 5:28pm||Wow, he||
sure doesn't hide his feelings does he? That's awesome news.
|06/03/2011 - 6:07pm||Another Ohioan here||
and another NW Ohioan too. Yes the football fever in this state is very high. Here in NW Ohio it's intense and as others have mentioned, this area isn't even comparable to other areas within the state where it's even more intense.
I'd also add that it starts at a very young age. In my area there are TONS of Little League/Pop Warner leagues/teams. The town that is closest to mine has around 15,000 people. They have their own Little League for football that began back in the early 70's and is still going strong. It has 4 teams that play 6 games in a season and then have playoffs. They pick all-stars at the end then travel to other towns and play their LL teams. I should add that a lot of work is put in to make sure this LL is FREE of charge....and the equipment they're provided is top notch. A nice 70 yard field with goal posts at each end, a nice scoreboard, painted lines, concession building, stands, officials...they even have cheerleader programs for each team.
And this is just common for the state...not out of the ordinary.
|06/03/2011 - 9:14am||I watched Wilson||
several times in the state playoffs last year, which were televised on STO. He's a player and I was wondering why we weren't on him more than we were given his talents, his position, and our connection to Powers.
I'm happy to see we've upped the attention.
|05/30/2011 - 1:28pm||Ha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!||
|05/29/2011 - 7:17pm||I think people should let||
I think people should let Brady run his offense before assuming it's going to be "Carr 2.0" in A2.
|05/29/2011 - 11:51am||It's been a good||
several months for Michigan fans.