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    Quote Originally Posted by FalconWrestlingKY View Post
    I forgot Ruth was a PA kid until one of my teammates from PA brought up why he was kicked out of his high school. It involves Lacrosse players' equipment and it came up because my roommate plays lacrosse for my school. It would be something to look it though if they are counting Blair transfers as NJ kids. Maybe Blair should just be their own separate state.
    Like KR points out, it was Evans that took a dump in a lacrosse glove. Not Ruth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kr1963 View Post
    Um that would be Mike Evans & "the story" that he crapped in someones lacrosse glove. Not ed.
    Haha I apologize for framing Ed Ruth then
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    Quote Originally Posted by goferphan View Post
    I would guess in Iowa if you play Lacrosse instead of wrestle that would be a perfectly acceptable response.

    Lacrosse looks like a tough sport, so I have some respect for those guys but if the season overlapped with wrestling I woulda crapped in a glove.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kr1963 View Post
    Um that would be Mike Evans & "the story" that he crapped in someones lacrosse glove. Not ed.
    Just when I thought I couldn't like Mike Evans any more than I already do, I hear a story like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herkey#1 View Post
    Lacrosse looks like a tough sport, so I have some respect for those guys but if the season overlapped with wrestling I woulda crapped in a glove.
    Dude, they wear hockey helmets, gloves and shoulder pads. It's hockey with no checking. It's like an All Star hockey game. It's weak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goferphan View Post
    Dude, they wear hockey helmets, gloves and shoulder pads. It's hockey with no checking. It's like an All Star hockey game. It's weak.
    Some checking, and you are allowed to make more contact with the stick. Oh, and the goalies don't really wear ANY extra padding. You have a crazy guy looking for a sport? Make him a lacrosse goalie.

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    I never played lacrosse it is has a reputation as being a very demanding and physical sport. It is great crossovers psort for wrestlers and many do very well in it. Conditioning speed and toughness matter more than size.

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    Crapping in a Lacrosse glove is absolutely hilarious. I just wonder if the other guy put it on before he noticed. I am laughing right now trying to picture the exact scenario where someone comes to the conclusion that crapping in a lacrosse glove is what needs to be done. That is classic.

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    wrestlers make great face-off guys in lacrosse. college coaches like to recruit FO guys with wrestling experience.

    and PS Gofer you don't know what you're talking about. Come to a lacrosse game up here sometime. You'll see.
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