Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by Tiger_fan, Feb 15, 2013.
Thanks TF, enjoyed the pbp.
Florida lost 3-4
aTm lost 0-2
Maryland - population 5,884,563
Louisiana - population 4,601,893
Maryland - Congressional delegation: 9 Democrats, 1 Republican
Louisiana - Congressional delegation: 7 Republicans, 2 Democrats
Maryland - has the highest median household income of the 50 states, making it the wealthiest state in the nation. Also, the state's poverty rate of 7.8% is the lowest in the country.
Louisiana - has 4th-worst median household income of the 50 states, and the 2nd-worst poverty rate (21.1%)
Maryland - most populated city is Baltimore ('66, '70 and '83 World Series Champs, '00 and
'12 Super Bowl Champs), named after Lord Baltimore, the 2nd Baron Baltimore
Louisiana - most populated city is New Orleans ('09 Super Bowl Champs), named after the Duke of Orléans
Maryland - named after Queen Henrietta Maria of France (wife of King Charles I, who the Carolinas and Charleston, SC are named after)
Louisiana - named after Louis XIV, King of France
Maryland - home of Camp David and US Naval Academy
Louisiana - home of United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and the National World War II Museum
And both states had the two biggest roles in the Battle of 1812, the only time the United States has been invaded:
Maryland - repelled a British invasion of a major US port city in the Battle of Baltimore of 1814...including a land invasion where British General Ross was killed and an attack on Baltimore by sea where Fort McHenry survived intense naval bombardment (which inspired the lyrics of the national anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner")
Louisiana - repelled a British invasion of a major US port city in the Battle of New Orleans in 1815, where General and future US President Andrew Jackson led Americans in a phenomenal ass-kicking of the British
University of Maryland, College Park, MD
-1,250 acre campus
-26,775 undergraduate students
-37,580 total enrollment
-44.7% acceptance rate
-18:1 student teacher ratio
-66% four-year graduation rate
-ranked #58 in nation by US News (the big state universities ranked higher are #21 Cal, #24t UCLA, #24t UVA, #29 Michigan, #30 UNC, #41 Wisconsin, #46t Penn State, #46t Illinois, #46t Texas, #46t Washington, #54 Florida, and #56 Ohio State)
LSU, Baton Rouge, LA
-est 1860 (current location: 1926)
-2,000 acre campus
-23,977 undergraduate students
-29,718 total enrollment
-79.6% acceptance rate
-23:1 student teacher ratio
-31% four-year graduation rate
-ranked #134 in nation by US News
anyone know of a free internet link for this game???
Its on CST on TV if that helps
Zip zip in Top 7
1 out Top 7, LSU intentionally walks batter to put runners at 1st and 2nd for DP
Eades comes out after throwing a shut out thru 7
Berry takes mound
One of the new speedsters in OF pays of as RF Laird runs down ball hit in to the gap that announcer said there is no way he thought would be caught
Then Laird does it again, sprinting down a fly out in foul territory for out 3. The announcers response: "Wow" "two great plays in a row by Laird"
Eades only allowed 2 hits (edit: now i think he gave up 6)
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