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Let's Play The 'What If' Game!
Posted: Thursday, July 13th, 2006, 9:46 AM • Permalink
It is great to be back!!!! Yesterday was terrific on the air. Another hour has to happen. What do you think? 3 hours of B&B daily? Can you take all the excitement? Would you go 10-1 or 11-2? Give me your thoughts.

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Jerry Green in the Orlando Sentinel has given me an idea for today’s show called the ‘What if’ game. He asked his readers for some ‘What If’s?’ regarding the Florida sports scene and the sports world at large. Here are some of the interesting ones that his readers came up with.


Ruth Anne Crowell of Winter Park wondered: "What if NASCAR had taken Adam Petty's death [May 12, 2000] as its 'wakeup call' and implemented safety improvements sooner, and Dale Earnhardt Sr. had not died? [Feb. 18, 2001]"

"What if Michael Jordan had learned to hit a curve ball?" -- Bill Gaudin, Waterford Lakes

"What if Urban Meyer had been hired at Notre Dame, and the Gators had brought back Steve Spurrier?" -- Larry Pivec, Port Orange

"What if Drew Bledsoe had not been injured several years ago; would Tom Brady have won three Super Bowls?" -- Don Ball, Davenport, and Johnny Singleton, Kissimmee

(What if Tommy Maddox hadn't got hurt in Week 2 of 2004 and Ben Roethlisberger had stayed on the Pittsburgh bench?)

"What if Pete Rose didn't bet on baseball?" -- Mike Dunnington, cyberspace.

"What if Stanley Wilson had not used drugs the night before Super Bowl XXIII?" -- Reggie Williams, Disney's Wide World of Sports (Reggie was there -- playing linebacker for the Bengals in their 20-16 loss to Joe Montana.)

How ‘bout some Tennessee ‘What If’s?’

What if K.O. would’ve stayed and coached at UT?
What if Zoloft or Paxil or Prozac would’ve been invented 20 years earlier? How would this have impacted Ray Mears?
What if Pat Summitt would’ve ended up somewhere else? What would Lady Vol hoops look like?
What if Johnny Majors would’ve kept it from getting personal in ’92?
What if Bowden Wyatt would’ve switched offenses in the early 60’s?
What if Dickey didn’t leave?
What if UT would’ve hired Pat Kennedy?
What if UT would’ve beaten LSU in ’01 in the SEC Title game?
What if I get a life?
What if Zidane wouldn’t have reacted like Danica Patrick at the wrong time of the month?
What if steroids were never introduced in sports?
What if the reserve clause was still in effect and there was no free agency in pro sports?
What if Ron Blomberg never took the plate in ’72 as the AL’s first DH?
What if Len Bias had lived?
Have any you want to add? Let’s kick it today!

Peace

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