Your jersey #

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  1. eL eS shU

    eL eS shU Founding Member

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    #11

    Used it for Football, Baseball and Basketball
     
  2. Krypto

    Krypto Huh?

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    How about 8.
     
  3. mctiger

    mctiger RIP, and thanks for the music Staff Member

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    Updating the Dreamy Team:

    0 stevescookin
    1 PodKATT
    2 mastermind
    4 shaqazoolu
    3 nootch
    6 lasalle
    7 Sabanfan
    11 eL eS shU
    12 Krypto
    14 KyleK
    16 TigerBacker70
    17 paducahmichael
    19 BayouBengal
    21 RHans405
    22 LSUFanZone
    23 BengalB
    31 CajunlostinCali
    32 Legacytiger
    36 MLUTiger
    44 COTiger
    74 HalloweenRun
    81 TexasTigers
    84 mctiger (ochoquatro....thanks SF, I thought I was going to have to nickname myself T-Bone :lol:)
    87 LSUTiger327
    94 Kal-El012

    I can relate. I played WR in high school. Now I'm big enough to play guard. And tackle..............at the same time. :bncry:
     
  4. Deceks7

    Deceks7 Founding Member

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    7 for baseball and 66 for football, you got your MLB.
     
  5. P&G_wheelz007

    P&G_wheelz007 Football anyone?

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    May I have #24 please. I dunno why, but I love that number.

    My second favorite number was always #33. That was Scottie Pippen's number.


    :crystal::geaux::crystal::geaux::crystal:
     
  6. lsu99

    lsu99 whashappenin

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    A few have mentioned #21 and that has the most connections for me. I remember being a lot of different numbers (#10, 11, 32) in various little league sports, but Dalton (21) was my first ever favorite player.

    Then, when I was a sophmore in HS (basketball), our best player was #21 and he had a knack for dunking on me in practice on fast breaks. I literally got kicked in the head posterize style once or twice.

    I ended up defaulting to #21 for my Jr. year of high school and started a few games, once outscoring Brandon Stokley. The next year, our first district game was against Carencro and I scored 8 pts and Kevin Faulk only scored 6. He was pretty cool and made some small talk so that's as close as I'll ever be to feeling like a real athlete. Faulk had about three 25+ games after that and then quit to focus on football recruiting.

    Stokley has had a long career, especially considering that I don't think he played football until his Sr. year of HS. Faulk was a stud in the Lafayette area since middle school and kept progressing to live up to his potential.
     
  7. red55

    red55 curmudgeon Staff Member

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    55

    The year of my birth, my number in my short career as a guard, and the sum of the numbers 1-10.
     

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