Yes, it hurts

It should happen to me so I know what it feels like. How many parents go to games to see their kids play? And then when the newspaper guys report it, the sports reporter doesn’t see the great play their kids made. Well, the good parents shrug it off while the so-called bad parents get mad.

I got a quick glimpse of it this week. It’s that mild sting that comes with your kid being left out. My boy had a huge QB sack and drilled the ball from the QB. He caused a fumble and we got the turnover. Any mention of that in the story? Heck, no. What film were you guys watching? Don’t you know football?

Enough whining. On with the games.

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