Re: Is it ok to do this?
Don't really post much here, but long time viewer (probably four years).
I just turned 24 years old. I am a sports writer for a local newspaper and for Bucknuts.com. I played football and baseball in high school by way of our team, and basketball recreationally. I've got a background in broadcasting, as i've had internships and jobs with several radio stations dating back to when I was 17 and a senior in high school. I interned for Munch on Sports with 610 WTVN as well as Sterling. While still in school, I was the PA announcer for our boys and girls high school varsity basketball games. I attended the Ohio Center for Broadcasting over a year removed from HIgh School after never attending Bowling Green State out of school.
I'm a diehard Reds and Bengals fan despite living in Indians country up here in Mt. Vernon, Ohio. Mt. Vernon is an hour northeast of Columbus, and is located in the dead center of the state. As my name would indicate, i'm also a big time Buckeyes fan. I usually attend 3 home games a season. As far as the Reds go, I make it down to 4 or 5 games a year despite being 3 hours away-- although i've not yet been to the new ball park as I didnt make it any last season.
I remember the 1990 season very vividly even as a ten year old. I can remember beginning 10-0 to start the season, the wire to wire victory, as well as the exciting NLCS against the Pirates and the unbelievable sweep over the A's, capped off by Todd Benzinger's catch of that foul fly where Marty so eagerly proclaimed the Reds are world champions.
"If it doesn't matter who wins or loses, why do they even keep score?"