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The Suns won a Western Conference title when I was 7....f'n John Paxson. I was in Disneyworld when they lost. Ruined my vacation.

Ironic, isn't it? :P

Anyways, I was born in 1993, so since then:

-The Marlins won two world series

-The Buccaneers (my 2nd favorite NFL team) won the Super Bowl

-The Lightning won the Stanley Cup

-And the Heat won the NBA Championship.

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Born on June 15th 1994

Boston Red Sox: 2004, 2007

Celtic: Scottish League Championship: 1998, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008. Scottish Cup: -1995, 2001, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2011. Scottish League Cup: 1998, 2000, 2001, 2006, 2009

BC Lions: 1994, 2000, 2006, 2011

Still waiting on the Canucks and Caps...

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Born in 1961. (Save the old man jokes. I'm fully aware of how old I am. B) )


Ohio State Buckeyes: *1961, 1968, *1970, 2002 National Champions.

*In 1961 and 1970, the Buckeyes were named National Champions by The Football Writers Association of America. (Sidenote: my recently retired boss played for the 1961 Buckeyes. He wore his championship ring every day. He let me try it on once.)

Cleveland Browns: 1964 NFL Champions (Believe it or not, the NFL did actually exist before Super Bowl I. They kept stats and everything.)

Green Bay Packers: 1961, 1962, 1965 NFL Champions, Super Bowl I, Super Bowl II, Super Bowl XXXI, Super Bowl XLV.


LA Angels: 2002 World Series Champions


NY Rangers: 1994 Stanley Cup Champions


Milwaukee Bucks: 1971 NBA Champions (I was a Bucks fan because Kareem Abdul-Jabbar played for them. When he was traded to the Lakers, I went with him and became a Lakers fan. Needless to say, it worked out pretty well for both of us. B))

LA Lakers: 1972, 1980, 1982, 1985, 1987, 1988, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2009, 2010 NBA Champions.

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Born December 17th 1991.

Flames - No Stanley Cup's. One appearance 2004.

Packers - Won Super Bowl XXXI and XLV, lost Super Bowl XXXII.

Blue Jays - Won the World Series 1992, 1993.

Blue Bombers - Lost 81st, 90th, 95th, 99th. :(

Newcastle United - Won the UEFA Intertoto Cup in 2006 (Doesn't exist anymore), Football League Championship in 93 and 2010.

Crimson Tide Football - Shared 1992, 2009, 2012 National Championships

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Born 3/10/88

Appalachian State Football: 2005, 2006, 2007 (+ the upset of the century)

Alabama Football: 1992 (somewhat remember, but not really), 2009, 2011

Appalachian State & Alabama Basketball: Ha.

Atlanta Braves: 1995

Atlanta Hawks: That's a good one.

New York Jets: LOL.

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Toronto Maple Leafs: Well they are in year 2 of my predicition of "In 5 years they will be a legit Cup threat".

Detroit Lions: Well they are in year 1 of my predicition of "In 5 years they will be a legit Super Bowl threat".

Detroit Tigers: 1984 - Too young to remember, but I do remember the post WS riot clips on the news.

Detroit Pistons: 1989, 1990, 2004

NCAAF: I'm a Central Michigan fan so... Never gonna happen (They won the Division 2 Title in 1974)

NCAAB: I'm a Central Michigan fan, but they did beat Creighton in the 1st round of the 2003 Tournament and beat Georgetown in 1975 Tournament action.

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Born in 82.


won cups in 82 and 83. Don't laugh they actually were good at one point in history and not on the way out of LI.

i don't count the cowboys ones because even though they won back in the early to mid 90s. My cowboys fandom is a recently thing going back to the hire of parcells.

I refuse to acknowledge my fandom of the giants in the 80's and early 90s.

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Born the same year as that dinosaur Infrared41. :D

And this one's easy for me:


Yeah, that's it...one brief, shining moment. But believe me, I'm grateful for it. A lot of Saints fans didn't live to see the day, and I was beginning to wonder whether I would.

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Well since 1974,

Southampton FA Cup winners 1976. (The day after my second birthday!) Thats about it. Closest to real proper silverware since was the Cup FInal in 2004, losing 1-0 to Arsenal, and finishing 2nd in the League in 1983-84. Through marriage and other close familiy connections, I kind of follow Spurs as well, but yet to really be a fan when they have won much.

The Hampshire cricket team have won a few things in the last 20 or so years. And I could mention a few good days for the ENgland cricket team.

The local Aviva Premiership Rugby team, Saracens, are currently the champions, I go to a few games a year, but more as a neutral I guess.

On the American side of the pond, the Celtics, Patriots and Red Sox wins over the last decade or so are about as close as it gets.

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Summer of '69, so

Bruins: 1970, 1972, 2011

Oilers: 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1990

Red Sox: 2004, 2007

Blue Jays: 1991, 1992

Patriots: 2001, 2003, 2004

Redskins: 1982, 1987, 1991

Celtics: 1974, 1976, 1981, 1984, 1986, 2008

24 total, though I have no memory of the '70 & '72 Bruins or '74 & '76 Celtics.

The 1981 game 6 Celtics series winning game over Houston was shown on tape delay starting at 11:30 pm after the local news.

CBS didn't even carry the game live, so for the first series clincher I was anxious for, I had to get the news from the radio the next morning.

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August 25th, 1981

New Jersey Devils: 3 (1995, 2000, 2003)

New York Giants: 4 (1986, 1990, 2007, 2011)

New York Yankees: 5 (1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2009)


Notre Dame Football: 1 (1988)

Rutgers Football: 0

Duke Basketball: 4 (1991, 1992, 2001, 2010)

Seton Hall Basketball: 0 (1989 National Runner Up)

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Only two, both by the Packers (1996 & 2010)

Although I'd put the Panthers sweet sixteen run in 2005 right up there. I remember sitting at the Klotsche Center back in 1991 (their first year of D1 ball) with a friend (and his mom) who came to see his brother play and noticing that the staff working the game outnumbered the people in the stants. To go from that to selling out the MECCA (US Cellular Arena for you young'uns) for the Horizon League tournament and then knocking off a Big East powerhouse (back when that meant something) to make it to the regional semis felt every bit like watching the Packers win a Super Bowl. I dare say it'd mean more to me than another Packers Super Bowl if the Panthers ever made it to the Final Four, let alone won it all.

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Born in '71, I watched all of my teams hit rock bottom in the 80's before:

Dallas Cowboys in 92, 93 & 95 (too young to remember 72 & 77)

Atlanta Braves in 95

San Antonio Spurs in 99, 03, 05 & 07

Iowa State Big 8/12 Basketball Tourney Champs in 1996 & 2000

Univ. of Texas BCS title in 2005

Patrick in Maine (from Texas, grew up in Iowa)

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