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    You can call me Kassandra, Kasey or Kass; though none are my actual first name. Come from a large family where there never seems to be a dull moment. Four brothers (two older, two younger) and three sisters (all younger). I am now a practicing attorney in and around the Portland, Oregon area. Attended Stanford where, for my first two years, I had the privilege of watching now-Colts QB Andrew Luck during his final two years. Own a small portion of my family's business. Run a sports-new forum which does not report on NFL. Don't play games nor get into internet debates. Peace  <img alt=":)" height="15" src="//content.forums.colts.com/emoticons/default_20smile.gif" srcset="//content.forums.colts.com/emoticons/smile@2x.png 2x" width="15"></p>
  1. Still too much time. We cannot be complacent. Great catch by T.Y.!!
  2. no thanks. it's not that i'm worried about Andrew getting hurt, but i like him having an experienced guy like Hasselbeck around from which to learn. sure, i'd be the first to say of all the young quarterbacks, Andrew is the one who does not need that. on the other hand, i think every young quarterback can benefit from it. don't make that trade.
  3. this is my call too. not just because he went to Stanford, but he's a reliable and viable option who plays a similar style to Reggie. not that we'll use him every down, but he could be a surprise for us.
  4. a friend of mine sent this to me last night. i would imagine some of you have seen it, but i thought i would throw it out here.
  5. thanks guys! love blogging, so i'm sure i'll be adding some more over the course of the season! great start for us this season; hope we can continue it!
  6. and because of Stanford's quarter system, Andrew attended classes for 12 quarters (minus the summer quarters) to earn his degree!
  7. From the moment I woke up, I knew it was going to be a busy morning. I woke up and immediately ran my customary five miles; returned home and cleaned up just in time to watch the gold medal men's Olympics basketball game. In truth, I'm not a fan of any of the players on that U.S. team, but I am a huge fan of my country. I also happen to be a fan of several of Spain's players so, all in all, it was nice to see a competitive game. That contest went rather quickly, ending at just over 9 a.m. (I'm on pacific time). http://forums.colts.com/gallery/image/770-/ But that was only the warm-up. I belie
  8. great win today! thanks to everyone in the chat for making me feel right at home!

    1. Susie Q

      Susie Q

      Come back again anytime. Glad you enjoyed it.

    2. shecolt

      shecolt

      We enjoyed having you in chat!!!

    3. Nadine

      Nadine

      So glad you found chat. Loved your blog!

  9. well, i don't believe i said it was going to happen; i merely said if it did, you'd win a lot of games. nice try, i guess.
  10. this was a great team win. a lot of guys stepped up and made one play or another. i realize it's just a pre-season game and that it was against the Rams, but if guys do that in the regular season, we're going to win a lot of games. we also seemed to get better as the game went along. that's the kind of thing that will go a long way. of course, i'm impressed, yet not surprised with Andrew. i've seen him do this kind of thing live over a dozen times over the previous two years at Stanford. what i'm glad to see is that he seems to be picking up right where he left off in college. he's intelligent
  11. it was definitely a great start and something to build on. Luck is made of stone; you can't spook him or scare him. he's intelligent and poised. you're going to see a lot more of that as he gets more and more comfortable. TD drives on 75 percent of your possessions is going to win you a whole lot of games.
  12. i've asked this in a couple other threads, but can anyone tell me how to stream the audio of the game? can't watch it, but can i stream through the Colts radio network? how is that done? HELP!
  13. 8-11, 133 yards, 2 tds (Fleener and Hilton), 0 int., 3 rushes, 11 yards 0 tds.
  14. guys, do you know a way to stream the audio of the game? can i just stream it from the Colts radio network or is that restricted in some way? help!
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