Out of Curiousity

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Re: Out of Curiousity

Postby smokeyjoe53 » Tue Feb 14, 2017 7:43 am

51eleven wrote:
play2win wrote:was really thinking it would be filled with more coaches.


It is. This time of year especially.
Nobody's yet responded to my jock strap joke.
If you just watch the traffic and topics, most of the posts are by Coaches looking for games or next year's basketball tournaments.
Soon track will be the hot topic then comes football coaching position openings as the school year ends.
Finally in late summer and the fall we fans get just enough knowledge to make fools of ourselves.
Granger has likely unintentionally created the best site on the web for Texas 1A Coaches to interact regarding scheduling in particular, for all sports their schools play.

OBK, we need a picture of an athletic supporter here.

And then there are the Newbyites...............
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Re: Out of Curiousity

Postby sixman Dad » Fri Feb 17, 2017 9:26 am

51eleven,

That is hilarious. I wanted to get booster club shirts that said "if you can't be an athlete be an athletic supporter". My wife said No! Lol.
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Re: Out of Curiousity

Postby CowboyP » Fri Feb 17, 2017 12:11 pm

sixman Dad wrote:51eleven,

That is hilarious. I wanted to get booster club shirts that said "if you can't be an athlete be an athletic supporter". My wife said No! Lol.

That's funny!
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Re: Out of Curiousity

Postby freeagent » Fri Feb 17, 2017 3:49 pm

CowboyP wrote:
sixman Dad wrote:51eleven,

That is hilarious. I wanted to get booster club shirts that said "if you can't be an athlete be an athletic supporter". My wife said No! Lol.

That's funny!


I used to have a high school coach who had that line on his office wall. With the citation of the source as "Bike," which back in the 70s was one of the leading manufactures of aforementioned merchandise.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jockstrap#/media/File:Jockstrap_Ad_1941_01.jpg
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Re: Out of Curiousity

Postby Count Coog » Fri Feb 17, 2017 9:24 pm

When I was in school, we painted up for games and spelled out our mascot, etc. We called ourselves the "athletic supporters."
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Re: Out of Curiousity

Postby markf » Sun Feb 19, 2017 8:53 pm

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Re: Out of Curiousity

Postby 51eleven » Sun Feb 19, 2017 10:32 pm

freeagent wrote:
CowboyP wrote:
sixman Dad wrote:51eleven,

That is hilarious. I wanted to get booster club shirts that said "if you can't be an athlete be an athletic supporter". My wife said No! Lol.

That's funny!


I used to have a high school coach who had that line on his office wall. With the citation of the source as "Bike," which back in the 70s was one of the leading manufactures of aforementioned merchandise.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jockstrap#/media/File:Jockstrap_Ad_1941_01.jpg


In the early 70's I remember thinner butt straps but a little tighter cup.

Where's the summer all star game this year?
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