Back in November, you had Mike Lutzenkirchen on your program. I have a son who is a high school baseball player and after I heard Mike share his story on your station that morning, I reached out to him and asked if he might be able to come talk to my son's team. He graciously responded and came to Loganville last night. Mike's message is really powerful. A couple hours after Mike's talk, I got a text message from a kid I know who attended the meeting thanking me for having him come and that the things Mike said made a big impact on him. Just wanted to thank you again for having Mike on your program. Last night would have never happened without your help!
A tragic story Jeff. Mike delivers a powerful, moving, inspiring message. I admire the work he's doing.
Who was the last college team to win back to back national championships??
The Florida Gators 2006 & 2007 National Champs!!
Why does no one ever give those teams credit for being great? Last time I checked, winning one national championshiop is tough enough, but winning two, that deserves some credit!
Thanks Rusty, I think this is an interesting question. Let's open it up for discussion. I'll bring it up on the show one day this week and let 680 listeners debate the merits of the Florida Gators in comparison to some of the other "great teams of all time."
I don’t know where this myth about trophy’s came from but I’m 60 years old and played Little League in the 60’s and we all got trophy’s.
I can still see a sea of trophy’s set up on tables at a big banquet dinner we would have at the end of the season.
Some were definitely bigger than others for championships but every kid got a trophy
This is nothing new.
I was always more of a ribbon girl myself...
I'd pee for Randy Greggory every test if my team (Cowboys) drafted him.
Thanks for stepping up Caleb, I've got Jerry Jones on the other line. He
wants you contact info just in case...
As the years go by, I have less and less interest in going to NFL football in person.
The only reason I went to any sporting events over the years was for my son.
Now that he has grown, I don’t see me ever going again.
Fortunately for him, we went before the cost explosion.
When I could scare up a couple tickets and spring for a hundred bucks.
Those days are gone.
I feel sorry for any dads with young kids today.
I don’t know how they can afford to go.
Rudy, if you need somebody to go to the games with you...call me.
Fast forward 20 years.
Chris Boreland will be living in some cabin somewhere in the mountains living off the land hunting, fishing and farming.
Yes, and hopefully he'll still be able to connect the dots