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Potter's Field Of Dreams

I'm not much of a sports person, but every now and then I see something in the world of sports that grabs my attention. And let's be honest -- this isn't the kind of thing that would make it on Wizbang Sports.

It took some ingenuity to adapt the game as described to ordinary people's limitations, but I'd have to say these college kids have done a fairly respectable job...



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jpm100:

Shoot me now.

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Peter F.:

And let's be honest -- this isn't the kind of thing that would make it on Wizbang Sports.

Hmm, you're probably right about that. But being a slight Potter fan, I think this is a pretty darn clever adaptation of the "sport"! Many props for the creativity.

On the Dork and Geek Scale, however, this one registers a solid 9.4.




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