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Super Bowl XLI – I scalped a fake!

Feb 02, 2014 No Comments by

By George Haggis Super Bowl XLI – February 4, 2006 – The ticket seen here is a fake ticket, a phony, a counterfeit! Every fans’ worst nightmare when buying in the secondary market. I inadvertently bought this ticket in Miami, FL for $400 thinking that it looked authentic, but still feeling a bit skeptical because […]

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Georgia Bulldogs vs Texas Longhorns – Cotton Bowl 1984

Jan 04, 2014 2 Comments by

Cotton Bowl – January. 1984 2 guys drive from Orlando, Florida to the airport in Pensacola and pick up 2 more buddies – and all 4 drive to New Orleans and party in New Orleans for a couple days including New Years Eve and THEN drive to Dallas from New Orleans for the Cotton Bowl. […]

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The Winter Classic

Dec 29, 2013 No Comments

by the Angry Traveler It’s New Year’s Eve – 90 miles from your house, the New Year’s Party you’re committed to attending and you’ve got 2 tickets to see a bunch of washed up ex-NHL’s drag themselves around the ice for a little while in the City of Brotherly Love. Whaddya gonna do? I’ll tell […]

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Chicago Blackhawks and a Stag Party

Dec 20, 2013 No Comments

by  Andrew Smith I’m from London, England and my stub story ticket begins in 2009. I proposed to my girlfriend in March 2009 (she said yes) and for a year or so my friends and i talked about where we should go for my Stag Party (Bachelor Party).  I told them that we should go […]

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The ’95 Tampa Bay Bucs Season Finale – Yikes!

Dec 18, 2013 No Comments

by Nick Houllis 1995 season finale, and we just knew it was going to be Sam Wyche’s last game as Bucs head coach. New owners had taken over, and a campaign was on to save the Tampa Bay Bucs and keep them in Tampa Bay. A new stadium had to be built with taxpayer dollars, […]

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Nets vs Pacers – Did someone say Keystone Kops?

Dec 17, 2013 No Comments

By Mickey M. Another loss for the Nets, what’s new about that?  And the Pacers didn’t play any better. Even though the Pacers only had 15 points in the first quarter it wasn’t the Nets defense, it was Pacers that couldn’t hit the net and just keep turning over the ball. That was about the […]

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Could Georgetown lose to the American University Eagles?

Dec 15, 2013 No Comments

Could Georgetown lose to the American University Eagles? We’re #5 – no WAY Coming off the loss in the biggest game of the year – “Ewing vs Sampson” (a ticket  they must have sold separately cause I can’t find it and know I was there), we were ranked 5th – and they were American. So […]

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Monday Night Football at the Jet Game

Dec 10, 2013 No Comments

Monday Night Football at the Jet Game. I’d like to think of myself as a “glass half full” type of guy. But, growing up in Queens, and being genetically programmed to be a Met and Jet fan has turned me more into a “dribble glass” kinda guy.

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City Folk hit The Mesquite Rodeo

Dec 09, 2013 No Comments

The Mesquite Rodeo My parents were living in the suburbs of Fort Worth, Texas. So when my wife and I when for a visit, they decided we should see a Rodeo. Well never having been to one, we all when together for a night of Bull Riding, Steer Wrestling, Team Roping, Saddle Bronco Riding, Tie-down […]

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Tar Heel Football – Why the sky is Carolina Blue

Dec 06, 2013 No Comments

Tar Heel Football – Why the sky is Carolina Blue by Scott Jones (courtesy of keepingitheel.com) September 6, 1980. As is the case with many great undertakings, I had no idea on that day the many different impacts it would have on my future. I was 12 years old on that day.  Carolina was opening […]

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