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Subject: a Lion get


Author:
Louise
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Date Posted: 01:58:49 01/01/18 Mon

https://247sports.com/Article/3-star-receiver-Trajen-Johnson-commits-to-Columbia-Lions-shortly-after-midnight-on-New-Years-112998277

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[> Subject: Re: a Lion get


Author:
Old Lion (Two sports)
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Date Posted: 07:29:16 01/01/18 Mon

I have seen a few two sport guys but playing both football and basketball is going to be tough.

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[> [> Subject: Re: a Lion get


Author:
Big Dawg
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Date Posted: 22:04:57 01/02/18 Tue

Does this mean we can divorce him?

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[> Subject: WR Trajen Johnson


Author:
ungvar
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Date Posted: 08:02:25 01/01/18 Mon

A very nice pickup. Offers from Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Penn, Yale, Air Force, Army, Navy, Central Arkansas, Georgetown, Grambling State, SE Missouri State.

Trajen Johnson WR 6'2" 185lbs Pulaski Academy, Little Rock, AR
https://www.hudl.com/profile/1563931/trajen-johnson


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1. Inho Choi DB 6'2" 175lbs Deerfield Academy, Ontario, Canada
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fdmyopg-U4M&app=desktop

2. Cam Dillon OLB WR 6'2" 219lbs Findlay, Findlay, OH
http://www.hudl.com/profile/6007140/cam-dillon

3. Michael Fluegel RB CB 6'1" 180lbs Clarkston, Clarkston, MI
https://www.hudl.com/video/3/4374509/584c6e043deaaa28c888394e

4. John Foreback QB 6'3" 215lbs Morristown-Hamblen West HS, Morristown, TN
https://www.hudl.com/profile/4075536/john-foreback

5. Devin Hart OLB TE 6'1" 212lbs McEachern, Powder Springs, GA
http://www.hudl.com/profile/3715184/devin-hart

6. Jackson Heath TE 6'5" 220lbs Blue Valley NW, Overland, KS
https://www.hudl.com/profile/6313409/jackson-heath

7. Marquis Hubbard OLB SS 5'11" 190lbs Kinkaid, Houston, TX
https://www.hudl.com/video/3/4192781/5a0cd2a11762060eb0c305fd

8. Trajen Johnson WR 6'2" 185lbs Pulaski Academy, Little Rock, AR
https://www.hudl.com/profile/1563931/trajen-johnson

9. Dante Landolfi LB 6'2 220 Upper Arlington, Upper Arlington OH
http://www.hudl.com/profile/3997258/dante-landolfi

10. Parker Lefton LS 6'1" 240lbs King's Ridge Christian, Alpharetta, GA
https://www.hudl.com/video/3/5561368/59bec80d7bd2930318585bd3

11. Ty Lenhart QB 6'3" 203lbs DeMatha Catholic, Hyattsville, MD
https://www.hudl.com/video/3/4307370/59b605eaa018a2123c0c0d81

12. Fara'Ad McCombs CB WR 5'11" 183lbs St. Joseph Regional, Montvale, NJ
https://www.hudl.com/profile/6615966/faraad-mccombs

13. Mozes Mooney WR FS 6'1" 175lbs Bishop's, La Jolla, CA
http://www.hudl.com/video/3/4022630/59f986ad9681171fe8d0ed99

14. Drake Morey DE T 6'5" 250lbs Ashland, Ashland, OR
https://www.hudl.com/profile/5094149/drake-morey

15. Jake Motz OL 6'5" 293lbs Pope John Paul II HS, Hendersonville, TN
https://www.hudl.com/profile/4196539/jake-motz

16. Stewart Newblatt OL 6'4" 255lbs Clarkston, Clarkston, MI
https://www.hudl.com/video/3/4797047/59a546ee32e6d00dacf2b940

17. Chris Park DB WR 5'11" 175lbs Serra, San Mateo, CA
https://www.hudl.com/profile/4450033/chris-park

18. Keaton Prevette LS 6'0" 225lbs Charlotte Country Day, Charlotte, NC
https://www.hudl.com/video/3/4134061/599adfa50dca790ca0ccab51

19. Brandon Radice TE 6'4" 205lbs Ridge HS, Basking Ridge, NJ
http://www.hudl.com/profile/4721133/brandon-radice

20. Mikey Roussos WR CB 6'1" 180lbs River Ridge, New Port Richey, FL
http://www.hudl.com/profile/5372081/mikey-roussos

21. Joshua Smythe-Macaulay FS CB 6'3" 193lbs Bowie HS, Austin, TX
https://www.hudl.com/video/3/4125597/59c493bc0dca9814a0e985ab

22. Mitchell Sturgill SS RB 6'1" 185lbs Bellevue HS, Bellevue, WA
http://www.hudl.com/profile/161918/mitchell-sturgill

23. Watson Tansil LB 6'3" 215lbs Franklin Road Academy, Nashville, TN
https://www.hudl.com/profile/4071641/watson-tansil

24. Xavier Thibault DE 6’5” 240lbs Williston Northampton School, Easthampton, MA
https://m.hudl.com/video/3/3154599/5a09de484df52f1158964802

25. Ryan Young RB 5'10" 200lbs Wheaton-Warrenville South, Wheaton, IL
http://www.hudl.com/video/3/4038919/580cce9eed57ee7394b146a4

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[> [> Subject: Re: WR Trajen Johnson


Author:
Old Lion (New OL)
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Date Posted: 14:34:21 01/07/18 Sun

Who is the new OL commit referenced in Jon Poppe’s last tweet?

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[> Subject: New Columbia DB


Author:
ungvar
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Date Posted: 12:24:16 01/01/18 Mon

Ryan Rhoden FS, SS 6'2" 170lbs St. Thomas Aquinas, Fort Lauderdale, FL
http://www.hudl.com/profile/5025767/ryan-rhoden

Decommit from Princeton. Offers from Army, Jacksonville, Lafayette, Middle Tennessee, Princeton, and Valdosta State.


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1. Inho Choi DB 6'2" 175lbs Deerfield Academy, Ontario, Canada
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fdmyopg-U4M&app=desktop

2. Cam Dillon OLB WR 6'2" 219lbs Findlay, Findlay, OH
http://www.hudl.com/profile/6007140/cam-dillon

3. Michael Fluegel RB CB 6'1" 180lbs Clarkston, Clarkston, MI
https://www.hudl.com/video/3/4374509/584c6e043deaaa28c888394e

4. John Foreback QB 6'3" 215lbs Morristown-Hamblen West HS, Morristown, TN
https://www.hudl.com/profile/4075536/john-foreback

5. Devin Hart OLB TE 6'1" 212lbs McEachern, Powder Springs, GA
http://www.hudl.com/profile/3715184/devin-hart

6. Jackson Heath TE 6'5" 220lbs Blue Valley NW, Overland, KS
https://www.hudl.com/profile/6313409/jackson-heath

7. Marquis Hubbard OLB SS 5'11" 190lbs Kinkaid, Houston, TX
https://www.hudl.com/video/3/4192781/5a0cd2a11762060eb0c305fd

8. Trajen Johnson WR 6'2" 185lbs Pulaski Academy, Little Rock, AR
https://www.hudl.com/profile/1563931/trajen-johnson

9. Dante Landolfi LB 6'2 220 Upper Arlington, Upper Arlington OH
http://www.hudl.com/profile/3997258/dante-landolfi

10. Parker Lefton LS 6'1" 240lbs King's Ridge Christian, Alpharetta, GA
https://www.hudl.com/video/3/5561368/59bec80d7bd2930318585bd3

11. Ty Lenhart QB 6'3" 203lbs DeMatha Catholic, Hyattsville, MD
https://www.hudl.com/video/3/4307370/59b605eaa018a2123c0c0d81

12. Fara'Ad McCombs CB WR 5'11" 183lbs St. Joseph Regional, Montvale, NJ
https://www.hudl.com/profile/6615966/faraad-mccombs

13. Mozes Mooney WR FS 6'1" 175lbs Bishop's, La Jolla, CA
http://www.hudl.com/video/3/4022630/59f986ad9681171fe8d0ed99

14. Drake Morey DE T 6'5" 250lbs Ashland, Ashland, OR
https://www.hudl.com/profile/5094149/drake-morey

15. Jake Motz OL 6'5" 293lbs Pope John Paul II HS, Hendersonville, TN
https://www.hudl.com/profile/4196539/jake-motz

16. Stewart Newblatt OL 6'4" 255lbs Clarkston, Clarkston, MI
https://www.hudl.com/video/3/4797047/59a546ee32e6d00dacf2b940

17. Chris Park DB WR 5'11" 175lbs Serra, San Mateo, CA
https://www.hudl.com/profile/4450033/chris-park

18. Keaton Prevette LS 6'0" 225lbs Charlotte Country Day, Charlotte, NC
https://www.hudl.com/video/3/4134061/599adfa50dca790ca0ccab51

19. Brandon Radice TE 6'4" 205lbs Ridge HS, Basking Ridge, NJ
http://www.hudl.com/profile/4721133/brandon-radice

20. Ryan Rhoden FS, SS 6'2" 170lbs St Thomas Aquinas, Fort Lauderdale, FL
http://www.hudl.com/profile/5025767/ryan-rhoden

21. Mikey Roussos WR CB 6'1" 180lbs River Ridge, New Port Richey, FL
http://www.hudl.com/profile/5372081/mikey-roussos

22. Joshua Smythe-Macaulay FS CB 6'3" 193lbs Bowie HS, Austin, TX
https://www.hudl.com/video/3/4125597/59c493bc0dca9814a0e985ab

23. Mitchell Sturgill SS RB 6'1" 185lbs Bellevue HS, Bellevue, WA
http://www.hudl.com/profile/161918/mitchell-sturgill

24. Watson Tansil LB 6'3" 215lbs Franklin Road Academy, Nashville, TN
https://www.hudl.com/profile/4071641/watson-tansil

25. Xavier Thibault DE 6’5” 240lbs Williston Northampton School, Easthampton, MA
https://m.hudl.com/video/3/3154599/5a09de484df52f1158964802

26. Ryan Young RB 5'10" 200lbs Wheaton-Warrenville South, Wheaton, IL
http://www.hudl.com/video/3/4038919/580cce9eed57ee7394b146a4

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[> [> Subject: My 2018 Wish List


Author:
ungvar
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Date Posted: 12:39:32 01/01/18 Mon

So the list stands at 26. If that holds, we're looking at roughly four more commits. I'd love to see a big guy or three join the pride, either side of the ball. And to cap things off, a speedy RB.

Nice class otherwise. Terrific depth at DB, WR, LB and QB.

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[> [> [> Subject: Re: My 2018 Wish List


Author:
foehi
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Date Posted: 22:15:25 01/07/18 Sun

some seriously touted studs

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[> Subject: Re: a Lion get


Author:
The Mountain Lion
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Date Posted: 17:31:16 01/01/18 Mon

More on Trajen Johnson----three star wide receiver who caught 98 passes in his senior year for 1561 yards and 19 touchdowns--4.48 speed--#1 or #2 rated wide receiver in the the state of Arkansas--standout basketball player. In the last week, the Lions have added two standout receivers (Mozes Mooney and Trajen Johnson) and a very talented tight end (Jackson Heath) to the Columbia Football Family--NST (Not So Bad)!

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[> Subject: Re: a Lion get


Author:
Old Lion (comparison)
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Date Posted: 09:47:18 01/02/18 Tue

Now that we are up to 26, how do we think that this class stacks up to our last two classes and to what we know about the classes recruited to date by other Ivies? We seem very deep in the skill positions but it looks to me as if we could use a few more big interior linemen on both sides of the ball.

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[> [> Subject: Re: a Lion get


Author:
Percy Houghton
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Date Posted: 10:02:20 01/02/18 Tue

Yale has had an unbelievable recruiting year -- essentially bringing in a mid-major class. The best Ivy group I have seen in years. A stud at rb coming in to back up Dudek.

Re Columbia: agree on the need for more linemen. The heavy recruitment of wrs suggests they are all in for the spread offense, though I still do not know who will get the ball to them (the bubble had better help develop a qb quickly). Not impressed with the rbs so far. The lb from Ohio looks good, as does the te they signed last week.

As often noted here, a lot of teams played close games, so little things (like no experienced qb) can make a big difference. Lion fans should keep in mind what happened to Princeton last season: a lot of talent but a disappointing record.

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[> [> [> Subject: Re: a Lion get


Author:
Percy Houghton
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Date Posted: 10:09:08 01/02/18 Tue

Columbia for a long while seemed head for a mediocre class, but the 8-2 final record seemed to perk things up.

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[> Subject: Re: a Lion get


Author:
Ivy Voyeur
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Date Posted: 10:12:46 01/02/18 Tue

What Percy said is consistent with somethi g Bags said early in the season. He wants a quick strike capability because of the difficulty of sustaining long drives. That could be a conclusion based on hisyears of Ivy experience. Or it could be a judgment on the limits of Columbia's ability to recruit the players needed for a smash mouth approach. The weather in Ithaca could make the new final game a tough one for a pass first offense.

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[> [> Subject: Re: a Lion get


Author:
LionFan
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Date Posted: 14:36:00 01/02/18 Tue

The 2 times Bagnoli has taken the Lions north in week 9 they have handled the weather just fine

2017 - 203yds rushing
2015 - 260yds rushing

Not sure he is nervous about week 10 weather and a spread offense keeping him from running the ball.

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[> Subject: Re: a Lion get


Author:
The Mountain Lion
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Date Posted: 15:25:04 01/02/18 Tue

Given the current composition of the incoming class, and a presumed max # of 31-33, it seems likely that the Lions will close out the class with about three or four more linemen and two or three more skill position players (qb, rb & kicker). I expect us to contend for the Ivy League Championship next year and win it outright on the final weekend of the season regardless of the weather!

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[> [> Subject: Re: a Lion get


Author:
Unknown
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Date Posted: 15:57:40 01/02/18 Tue

It seems like a few Ivy teams are holding onto their last recruiting spots for offensive linemen

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[> [> [> Subject: Re: a Lion get


Author:
ungvar
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Date Posted: 16:15:40 01/02/18 Tue

Seems to be a tough position to fill with quality commits. I went back a year on Jake's blog and folks were saying the same thing in early 2017: let's finish this class with some linemen.

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[> [> [> [> Subject: Re: a Lion get


Author:
Happy Lion
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Date Posted: 18:19:57 01/08/18 Mon

Not a big year so far for D linemen or O linemen. Would love to see three more of each to round out the class. Doesn't pay to just offer someone for the sake of offering but there has to be some out there that want to play for Columbia.

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[> [> Subject: question Mountain Lion


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holtsledge
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Date Posted: 16:55:36 01/02/18 Tue

have you been listening to a lot of Aerosmith lately?
(they played in my frat house at Dartmouth before they hit it big)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bAoq7k3tZ0

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[> [> [> Subject: Re: question Mountain Lion


Author:
Spuyten Duyvil 76 (Boston boogie band)
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Date Posted: 18:08:10 01/03/18 Wed

That made it big. J Geils way better. Stones, Yardbirds rule, tho Steve Tyler decent guitarist. Oh yes, Roar Lions!

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[> Subject: Re: a Lion get


Author:
The Mountain Lion
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Date Posted: 18:01:09 01/02/18 Tue

holtsledge, Aerosmith is more Dartmouth woodsy than Columbia city--I'm not an Aerosmith fan, but will be honored to play the song in your honor if my Lions go 10-0 next season

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[> [> Subject: Re: a Lion get/Hanover


Author:
Leonidas (0 degrees in Hanover)
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Date Posted: 18:32:13 01/02/18 Tue

at this moment and winter term begins tomorrow, January 3.

Weather Channel says -17 degrees on Saturday morning.

Who thought it was a good idea for the northernmost Ivy to have a winter term?

I assume there is a winter clothing allowance in Dartmouth's financial aid packages.

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[> [> [> Subject: Not needed


Author:
Calvin
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Date Posted: 19:01:51 01/02/18 Tue

They burrow through snow tunnels like Arctic mice and stay out of the cold winds. You can see this on any nature channel.

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[> [> Subject: -17 eh


Author:
holtsledge
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Date Posted: 21:55:06 01/02/18 Tue

back in my day that was nothing. Actually I long for the day when it was 30+ below (not really now although it was fun tonight being in my spa where temp was 100 yet was outside temp 58 and raining at same time). We were kinda on a buddy system in those days. After a late night party you never wanted to walk back to your dorm alone. We dug more than one guy passed out, out of a snow bank.

Ah those were the days, isolated in cold frozen NH, no women but we had each other LOL. I can't believe Teevens doesn't use that as a recruiting tool

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[> [> [> Subject: The ideal Dartmouth mascot


Author:
Calvin
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Date Posted: 13:26:29 01/03/18 Wed

Penguins.

http://www.ibtimes.com/penguins-brought-indoors-calgary-zoo-amid-cold-temperatures-2636510

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[> Subject: Re: a Lion get


Author:
Ivy Voyeur
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Date Posted: 09:26:10 01/03/18 Wed

Alas, the country is becoming weak. It started with domed football stadiums. And now the right wing conspiracy to warm the globe. We've been warned: nothing great ever came from a warm climate.

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[> Subject: Re: a Lion get


Author:
Boston Lion
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Date Posted: 12:38:29 01/03/18 Wed

Correct. Cold weather builds strength and does great things. That's why northerners outlast the rest.

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[> Subject: Re: a Lion get


Author:
The Mountain Lion
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Date Posted: 14:28:49 01/03/18 Wed

Ivy Voyeur is correct--the weakness in our country today started with domed football stadiums, and they all need to be razed and replaced asap with affordable housing for penguins and other endangered animal species. Thank goodness NYC didn't build a domed football stadium for the Jets. Of course, all three of the politicians who voted against the domed stadium turned out to be crooks.

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[> [> Subject: hmmm remind me


Author:
holtsledge
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Date Posted: 21:54:45 01/03/18 Wed

who were the three crooks? not being disingenuous bc I am old I tend to forget

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[> [> Subject: Re: a Lion get


Author:
The Mountain Lion
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Date Posted: 00:31:59 01/04/18 Thu

holtsledge, my friend, what happened in brief, was that the proposed stadium needed ultimately to be approved by the vote of the three members of New York State's Public Authorities Control Board. Those three men were appointed to act as representatives of Governor Patacki, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver and Majority Leader Joseph Bruno. Patacki strongly supported the Jets Stadium on the West Side of Manhattan and directed his representative to vote for its construction. Silver was opposed and directed his representative to vote against. Bruno was also opposed and therefore directed his representative to vote nay. Silver and Bruno were both subsequently convicted of corruption, in altogether different matters, although both convictions were reversed on appeal due to legal technicalities. However, the U.S. Attorney General's Office is considering retying Silver for accepting kickbacks. He was also disbarred. My post referring to "three crooks," was a bit in error. Governor Patacki was certainly not a crook and was in fact, a visionary leader and great sports fan. It seems sad to me that New York City lost the opportunity to construct a world-class stadium in Manhattan because of the votes of only two men, Silver and Bruno.

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[> [> [> Subject: thanks


Author:
holtsledge
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Date Posted: 14:02:26 01/04/18 Thu

for reminding me I remember it now. Silver one of the most corrupt politicians to come down the pike in a long while

on a side note My son has autographed picture of him and a friend when they were kids with Pataki from the 1997 PGA. Pataki was most gracious and told us to send pic and he would autograph it. He was a man of his word.

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[> Subject: Re: a Lion get


Author:
Right to Bear Arms
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Date Posted: 11:58:06 01/04/18 Thu

What is "Jakes Blog?" I have seen it mentioned a few times and it seems interesting. Please let me know how i can access it.

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[> [> Subject: Jakes blog


Author:
CU_88
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Date Posted: 12:03:28 01/04/18 Thu

http://culions.blogspot.com/

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[> [> [> Subject: Re: Jakes blog


Author:
Go Green
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Date Posted: 13:01:08 01/04/18 Thu


I would expect Jake to put together a post about Cozza's most memorable games against Columbia in the next few days.

Ditto for BGA re: Dartmouth.

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