Lets talk about the ideal numbers you would pick for each sport. IMO:
NBA: 23, 6 is for underage faggots
NFL: Depends on your position obviously, but I think 80 or 88 are the best numbers.
agree or disagree?
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Sorry, here in the boonies we just disregard everything the Negroid says
>ain't nothing but nullification going on
>ain't nothing the fed gonna do about it
>ain't nothing Moot 2.0 gonna do to make me listen to the Negroid
69 when I was a douchey teenager, 96 when I matured a bit
>tfw numbers mean nothing in ultimate frisbee
40 senpai, TE, FB, and DE
Best colors too: forest green and white.
Bench Player tier
Kill Yourself Tier
>23 in football
>we were a small ass school so I played RB/SS
>made it to my cities All Star game 3 years in a row
>Had a fully paid athletic scholarship to Boston College
>Tore my ACL/MCL in my final all star game
>too poor to afford proper treatment and rehab
>now I post on a Indonesian caricature board
Life is unfair familias
Wore 28 in football because I played tailback and Curtis Martin is the man, felt weird on defense though because I was the mike
Lacrosse I wore 30. Looked nice enough for me. I played defense and I never really noticed a pattern to anyone else's numbers
Basketball I had a different number every season
7 in GAA where numbers are assigned for specific position and coaches are pretty strict about keeping to it. I remember getting in a fight with a forward who was new to the sport and watched too much soccer and didn't want the 12.
3 in everything else, I needed to ware a prime number.
Respect CBs that wear 6 and CMs that wear 4 in soccer though.
I was assigned 71 after making the varsity squad as a sophomore and only shitty numbers that nobody wanted were left. I learned to love it and continued to wear it for the rest of my career
5 master race as well
>Grew up in Massachusetts
>Nomah most popular athlete
>5 is most popular number
>Bunch of kids go through jerseys
>I grab #5
>Slow kid on our team cries about it
>Coaches imply I should let him have it
Our high school football coach was one of these old marines who basically said "FUCK individuality" and chose our numbers for us. And then only spoke to us using our numbers (even outside of practice/gametime). Except for the really good kids, they got to pick their own shit if they earned the right.
I got stuck with 55.
Is there a more asthetically pleasing number?
SS/WR sophomore year. #40
OLB/RB junior and senior year. #8
Tfw i will always be one of those "you could have made it son! if only you had a few more inches..."
I wasn't that short, 5'9". Our team was shit. Hard to recruited surrounded by shit.
I started every year. Freshman team and then Varsity team from there. Lived in a podunk town. Played both sides, two season team captain, mostly because everyone else was either tiny or a dumbass. I was recruited by one school. Midwestern State. I didn't think going to such a shit school was worth it just so I could play football. Ended up going to Texas Tech and just embarrassed everyone in Intramural Flag Football. I'm happy now. Just wish I played somewhere decent.
7 for QB
11 or 13 for WR
21, 24, 26 RB
55 O line
91 D line
21, 32 DB
My sophomore year, all the senior skill position players changed their old numbers to a new order so the QB Duff' wore 1, the recievers wore 1-4, two seniors runningbacks wore 5 and 9, etc
A picture in the paper once showed them lined up before the ball was snapped so it was
I was a d tackle on the dolphins in 3rd grade, and since I had the same last name as Jason Taylor, I was always 99 until high school where it was retired. Then I switched to 64.
00 since I was like 7
Went to a smaller highschool so anyone over 180lbs was kinda forced into playing line. I didnt mind tho, it was fun, and i got all state DL and 3 varsity jerseys
42 Lacrosse Goalie, 4 years varsity, 2 all state
Missing sports bruh, currently junior in college, probs joining club lax but its pretty intense seeing as I go to DU (current ncaa champs in lacrosse)
>start of freshman season
>waiting in line for football pads and jerseys
>get to pick your number when you get to the front
>I don't give a shit about number
>just a lineman, give me whatever
>hear guy I can't stand behind me in line talking about his father's number
>he can't wait to wear 77 too
>get asked what number I want before him
>I'll take.............. 77