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Sports Groundhog Day: What do you want to relive?

Posted on: February 2, 2012 1:04 pm
Edited on: February 2, 2012 1:15 pm
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by Jameson Fleming



In honor of Groundhog Day, we asked our Eye on Sports bloggers a simple question: What sporting event do you wish you could relive?

Their answers:

Tom Fornelli: The White Sox winning the World Series: "I wish Groundhog Day was on October 26, 2005. I'd gladly relive that day over and over again."

Matt Snyder: Indiana over Duke in 2002: "If I was caught like Bill Murray in Groundhog Day, sports-wise I think I'd choose March 21, 2002."

Brian Stubits: Game 7 of the 1994 NHL Finals: "If I could have a hockey Groundhog Day I think I have to go with Game 7 of the '94 Finals. Not a fan of either and still loved it."

Jerry Hinnen: Auburn's National Championship: "My Groundhog Day wish: to relive Jan 11, 2011. Byrum's kick going through the uprights and Auburn flooding the field, over and over and over."

C. Trent Rosecrans: The last day of the 2011 MLB regular season: "If only Sept. 28, 2011 were Groundhog Day. Repeating the last day of last year's MLB season would be awesome. Unless a Braves or Red Sox fan."

Matt Norlander: Game 6 of the 1993 NBA Finals: "Since G-Mac isn't ONE day though, I wish Groundhog Day was 6.20.93. I was 12. Apex of my innocence + fandom."

Jeff Borzello: 2008 Super Bowl: "If only February 3, 2008 were Groundhog Day. Giants upsetting the Patriots. I was there. I could watch that fourth quarter over and over."

Josh Katowitz: Game 6 of the 1995 World Series: "The event I'd want to relive is the Braves win vs. the Indians in Game 6 of the '95 Word Series. Saw that bad boy live."

Will Brinson: Game 7 of the 1992 NLCS: "Sid Bream scoring on Barry Bonds."

Bryan Fischer: Game 6 of the 2011 NBA Finals: "I grew up going to Mavs games when they were absolutely terrible and after what happened in 2006, that was a moment I could re-live everyday. "

Jameson Fleming: Syracuse-UConn in 2009 Big East Tournament: "If I could make Groundhog Day any day, it would be March 12, 2009. Six OTs in the Garden."

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