Larry in Tempe
Larry in Tempe is a native of the valley and obviously has spent many, many years enjoying our local sports scene.
A graduate of Paradise Valley High School (where he earned 5 varsity letters in football and track and field) and ASU, class of '77, (where the best time of all time was had) he currently holds season tickets for the Cards and Sun Devil football.
Dawn L (the one in the middle...duh.)
Dawn is a big fan of hockey, football, baseball, and basketball who got her love of sports through her Dad. She has participated in gymnastics, baseball, softball, and soccer.
Dawn grew up in Tucson and moved to the Valley of the Sun the summer of 2000. She says: "I did not go to the U of A so donÊ¼t be hatinÊ¼." Dawn loves Phoenix because she can pretty much pick up and go to a professional or college game, of some sort, almost anytime of the year.
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I'm a second generation native of Arizona. I bleed all Arizona sports teams (except UofA), but my main passions are football, then basketball. (My grandmother tells me at the age of 4 I could name every NFL football team). I played football and basketball thru Jr. High and some basketball in high school.
Outside of that, I enjoy a good cold beer (or 10), and love to go camping and/or fishing whenever possible. I also do some hunting when I get drawn.
I can be followed on twitter @SB_MikeMay
Josh in Phoenix
A long-time fan of Jurecki and Bickley, Josh in Phoenix is an avid hometown fan. Grew up attending Suns, Cardinals, Sun Devil and Phoenix Firebirds games. A fourth-generation native of Arizona, he uses this card to solve arguments from time to time. “Are you a native? Didn’t think so…now take that late fee off.” Voted against Proposition 302 in 2000. Personally boycotted the Cardinals in 2008 due to 20 years of bad football – then watched them in Super Bowl.
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By popular demand, well, just John who sits behind me at Cardinal
games, I've been requested to get off my posterior and submit something!
After two weeks at the UofP watching some incredibly exciting
football, I'm also incredibly embarrassed by my last blog that railed
against the current regime and direction of the team. Ok, so we are
idiots and have a hard time looking ahead and believing that we can
trust Whiz. Obviously, things are much better then they seemed at the
time and that's good for all of us, the team and the fans. I
understand that passion and patience have a hard time co-existing but
maybe we all learned a lesson this season. Let's hope so.
Sunday provided one of the most unusual sequences I've ever witnessed
at a game. The fake field goal, challenge flag, broken replay, 4th
down do over, missed field goal, 60 yard touchdown has to be a first.
But behind Roy Horton's work and the slow improvement of the offense
(and yes, they still have miles to go with that unit) they are
competitive in the improving NFC West. It doesn't look like the
playoffs are really realistic at this point but under the crazy
circumstances of this season who knows. (And the craziness of the NFL
might be mirrored in the coming truncated NBA season.)
Finally, there's my beloved Sun Devils, (heavy sigh). Geez, I guess I
should invoke that aforementioned passion and patience bs from
earlier. Life's lessons are so annoying.