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Bucs kicker Barth out for season

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Yep, that's my boy. He and I shared a limo for the prom.

 

WHAAAAAAAAAATTTTTTTTTT

 

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That really sucks!!!!!!! Talk about a good guy.

When we were organizing a charity event for a free mental health clinic in Wilmington, Connor approached us about helping. We auctioned off a " date with Connor Barth". He is really a great person.

Sucks when bad things happen to good people. Wishing him a speedy recovery!!!!!!!

 

That's an interesting way to try and get laid

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What sucks is that they signed Lawrence Tynes who I was hoping we would get.  Are we really going with Gano??

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What sucks is that they signed Lawrence Tynes who I was hoping we would get.  Are we really going with Gano??

 

Hope not.  I only remember him hitting one long one- I think 47 or 48 yards in the Raiders game.

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That sucks. I forgot Tynes was even out there. I wish I hadn't been reminded about Gano now...

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Hope not.  I only remember him hitting one long one- I think 47 or 48 yards in the Raiders game.

His longest made was a 51 yarder vs Oakland. 

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how the hell was tynes still available

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Noooo!! The Barths are my boys. Wilmington natives and Tar Heels. One of my old assistant soccer "coaches" played soccer with Connor. Dude is super underrated.

Also, while on the topic, I've gone to the same schools as Michael Jordan since elementary, and now one of my two majors is the same as his was at UNC. So basically I'm the next MJ.

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I think my uncle knew Trot well in school. He talks about him on occasion.

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trot was one of my favorite red sox players. he was a spark plug

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