TheGuru

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About TheGuru

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    Born & raised in Baltimore; graduate of Calvert Hall and WVU; Grad school @ Morgan State University
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  1. Looking at the Dodgers' prospects on MLB..com, I'd demand RHP Yadier Alvarez & OF Alex Verdugo for Britton. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.truebluela.com/platform/amp/2017/7/12/15961704/dodgers-midseason-prospect-rankings-2017-walker-buehler
  2. It doesn't matter, Gilman will still be a bad team this upcoming basketball season. Lol.
  3. This is a big loss for Calvert Hall. It's all over Twitter that Josh wants to play with his brother, Ike, a highly-touted freshman forward & rising sophomore Che Evans at Dulaney this upcoming season. Luckilily CHC returns Jr guard Logan Curtis who averaged about 15ppg last season and SR guard Brendan Adams, a 20ppg scorer with the Cardinals in 2016-17.
  4. He should be .He's at least 25 yrs old. Lol!
  5. JBMad, you may be from East Baltimore but I find it hard to believe that you really give a damn about SFA other than the fact that they have left the MIAA A basement in football and Loyola remains there. Poggi made this possible and we all know you hate Poggi. You have to let that hate in your heart go. Lol!
  6. I know one kid on SFA's roster for the upcoming season. He's a sophomore who will probably start. Other than him, I have no clue about that team.
  7. I'd like someone in the know to debunk JBMad's claim about the roster makeup of the SFA football team for next season. I find it hard to believe that JBMad's figure for next season has any ounce of reality in it. I also doubt that the numbers for this season will approach even 3/4 that number of 80%. JB, it's ridiculous to throw out numbers like that with the 2018 season being 14 months away. How about throwing out an estimate for 2017 first.
  8. Congratulations to John Carroll's Immanuel Quickley who made the USA U19 team for the 2017 world championship.
  9. That's because HS sports are on summer hiatus. The Board has been this way for the last ten years. It'll pick up in August.
  10. David Sills and William Crest both left WVU for athletic reasons and returned. I wouldn't be surprised if Smothers did the same thing. The kid is talented enough to play at WVU if the grades are right.
  11. Congrats to the 5 Calvert Hall alumni who won back to back D-III Lacrosse championships at Salisbury University. CHC also has three alumni playing in today's D-I Men's championship game between Maryland and Ohio State. They are D Erik Evans & M John Kelly for the Buckeyes and M Ethan Mintzer for the Terrapins. Good luck to both teams today. In closing, there are also other MIAA and MPSSAA teams represented at today's game.
  12. I tried to hit "like" and then realized I wasn't on social media. EP had no clue about CHC Lax. But that's what EP does. Talks out his ***! Congrats to Coach Kelly and his team on their consensus Top 10 finish nationally.
  13. From the Idaho Statesman: "After redshirting at Boise State in 2014 following one season at Butte (Calif.) College, Stuart appeared in nine games in 2015, attempting 18 passes (one touchdown) and rushing 30 times, scoring three touchdowns. He only played in three games this past season, completing 3-of-5 passes for 50 yards and rushing once for 2 yards." Tommy Stuart was more than capable of being the starting QB at Boise State. According to the MountainWestConnection.com: "Harsin has good reason to like the state of his quarterback position. Whereas most teams fear their starting quarterback being taken away due to injury, the Broncos appear to have good depth after Friday's showing against the Bengals. Both Stuart and Rypien operated under a sense of calm and poise, never seeming to be in a state of duress. Stuart brings a dual threat in his ability to both throw and run the ball. Rypien on the other hand has a big and accurate arm. This combination of talent should provide for an intriguing offensive showing." in the end, the Broncos' coaches went with Rypien and his prototypical arm instead of Stuart's dual-threat capabilities and leadership skills.
  14. No clue.