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  1. So sorry we lost yesterday but I am so proud of our team and our coaches and our owner and our fan base. Can't wait till next year. According to all the sports pundits out there (and even some of our own fans) we far exceeded expectations. So even though our season is over, I want to thank each and everyone who had anything to do with our COLTS NATION. Together we will succeed. And as many sages have said in the past, this too shall pass (the agony of defeat). Love you Colts and let's all stay COLTS STRONG.
  2. OK, maybe I'm just tired of all the negativity. I was at the game today and it was one of the most fun games I've been to (I'm a STH so go to almost all the games). In spite of the strange turnovers (both sides), questionable calls and non-calls, mistakes on everyone's part, we managed not to fold but come out with a W. There were SO MANY good things about the game and the Colts as well. But the best thing of all was we won and our guys just really seem to pull together and play together and no one was hurt. Oh yes, and the 12th man managed to outoud the "piped in crowd noise". It's just
  3. Oh happy day. My season tickets arrived today. So football really is just around the corner. Now to get my parking pass and let the games begin. GO COLTS. Seriously, can't wait. For now, though, we can just rejoice in Training Camp.
  4. I was able to upgrade yesterday (April 10). I was in 451 row 9 (under BL zone) and moved to 431 (corner) row 4. My goal is to get in the 300 level -- don't know if that will ever happen. Anyway, I'm very happy with the upgrade I got. Not only am I closer but now I'm on the side of the stadium closest to where I park. Can't wait for the season to begin. I'm already suffering basketball withdrawl (though with the Pacers playing as well as they are, I still have a little to watch)... but it's the COLTS that I'm really missing.
  5. Here's a nice story about our QB. Just what we need when all is quiet on the western (colt's) front -- I just love reading about my colts. http://www.colts.com/news/article-1/Andrew-Luck-Loves-Him-Some-F%C3%BAtbol/d1abfbf1-868d-46cd-91f3-b114b500509f
  6. That video was just what I needed. I'm also a Hoosiers Fan and after our total meltdown Wednesday followed by the disaster in Lafayette today, I was totally suffering football withdrawal. But that video sure cheered me up. Can't wait for next season.
  7. Andrew was the first pick in the NFL Pro Bowl draft. Yea, I know it's pretty meaningless, but what fun (not to mention a good time for Andrew and the guys who are there. Good to know that Coach Pagano REALLY thinks his (and our) QB is worth the #1 pic. Who knows, maybe I'll even watch the game.
  8. I'm in disbelief that our fans are dissing this team. Sure, we may have not done well tonight, but all in all, we have way overachieved over and above anyone's expectations. Now is the time to let them all know how much we appreciate all the wonderful winning moments they gave us this season... I'm sure they are much more disappointed in the outcome than anyone of us could possibly be.
  9. Great year. Can't wait till next season. Very sad that we aren't going on, but all in all, these Colts were terrific both on and off the field. Thanks to one and all.
  10. Here's a link to a great Trent interview with the Cleveland TV station after the trade yesterday. http://www.19actionnews.com/category/240218/video-landing-page?autoStart=true&topVideoCatNo=default&clipId=9323199 He seems like a really classy guy -- has nothing but good things to say about the organization that blind-sided him with this trade. We are REALLY "Luck"y to have him as a Colt. Welcome, Trent, to the shoe -- we are so glad you are here.
  11. Here are summary stats from the Oregon vs Stanford games to which Mr. Jordon refers. Seems to me, other than the two picks, Andrew had very good games. Perhaps it was Oregon's offense that was the victor and NOT Mr. Jordon's defenses against Andrew. Top Performers 2011 Oregon vs Stanford (Oregon 53 Stanford 30) Passing: A. Luck (STAN) - 256 YDS, 3 TD, 2 INT Rushing: L. James (ORE) - 20 CAR, 146 YDS, 3 TD Receiving: G. Whalen (STAN) - 9 REC, 107 YDS, 2 TD Top Performers 2010 Oregon vs Stanford (Oregon 52 Stanford 31) Passing: A. Luck (STAN) - 341 YDS, 2 TD, 2 INT Rushing: L. James (OR
  12. My favorite sections are anything in the 300's. I have season tickets now in 451 and really like those as well. But when I didn't have season tickets, I always tried to get something in the 300's. There are only 5 rows of seats at that level and most of the fans are fantastic -- no "other team fans" available. The 200's are great as well. Can't wait for the season to start.
  13. Totally confirmed -- Wikipedia already has him playing for the colts. They are pretty fast updating their stats. Here's their write-up. LaRon Louis Landry (born October 14, 1984) is an American football safety who plays for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for Louisiana State University (LSU), and earned All-American honors. The Washington Redskins selected him with the sixth overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft
  14. Here is a link to several reports. Needless to say, I'm thrilled. Also saw on CBS Sports TV across bottom headline. http://fansided.com/2013/03/13/indianapolis-colts-sign-laron-landry/
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