I found this screenshot in an old backup drive...

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Travis Knight?
Nope. The Boneyard was not on Rivals or Scout or any of those during the 1990s.

I think it went Hartford Courant first, and then to a site run by Tom Emery. That's where I found this place in 1998.
 

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For those who didn't notice, the date is at the bottom right - March 18, 2004.

That was pre-married life.

What a time but actually happy to be married now, especially since my wife likes UConn and let's me watch any games I want with my favorite teams playing.
 
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That was pre-married life.

What a time but actually happy to be married now, especially since my wife likes UConn and let's me watch any games I want with my favorite teams playing.
And the UConn men had only one - one!!! - NC.
 
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Who was the Utah big man?
I'm thinking that might be Washington Huskies? It's just a crappy news ticker, not a boneyard post, hence the next Syracuse post. There's no Utah big men on the Washington roster next couple of years though...
 
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What were you up to with the command prompt and 2 note pads open?

@uconndoit
It's probably a bunch of telecom switch commands. At that time I was living in Lisbon running a telecom business of (apparently) dubious legality. Soon thereafter its legality would be doubted in person by the Portuguese FBI in a morning raid of my apartment during which they confiscated all my equipment and computers.

A couple of years and 20,000 euros in legal fees later it was decided that it was, in fact, legal. "Well, gee whiz, what do you know about that? So we didn't really have to shut down your business and mess up your life and steal your equipment. LOL - we do the darnedest things sometimes."
 
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