Go to Post Yes, I think we can all agree that bad people suck. - Joe Johnson [more]
Home
Go Back   Chief Delphi > Competition > Championship Event
CD-Events   CD-Media   CD-Spy   FRC-Spy  
portal register members calendar search Today's Posts Mark Forums Read FAQ rules

 
Closed Thread
Thread Tools Rate Thread Display Modes
  #1   Spotlight this post!  
Unread 04-09-2007, 03:33 AM
Joe Johnson's Avatar Unsung FIRST Hero
Joe Johnson Joe Johnson is offline
Engineer at iRobot
AKA: Dr. Joe
FRC #3958 (FRC Teams Need Names?)
Team Role: Engineer
 
Join Date: May 2001
Rookie Year: 1996
Location: Boston, MA
Posts: 2,273
Joe Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Johnson has a reputation beyond repute
Predictions: The Big Show -- Curie

There are just too many teams to pick from. Really. I have managed to whittle my tips & locks down to a manageable list of 12 Teams per Division.

Tips: A team to watch. Should have a pretty good run after lunch on Saturday.

Lock: This is a team that I feel has a better than 50% chance of making it to the finals of their division.

Here we go...

TIPS:

They were finalists in Pittsburgh. They were Champs in Cleveland. Delphi's toughest defender this year #48 is the real deal. They should be a prized pick in the draft if they don't seed high enough to be an alliance capt themselves.

Kingman #60. Tough tough tough. Seeded #20 in AZ, Drafted #1 & are now AZ Champs. Enough said.

They have had struggles at Great Lakes and Grand Rapid, but the HOT Team (#67) always puts up their best numbers at the Championships. Key your eye on them. They can put up the tubes fast.

Champs in Toronto, Finalists in CT. Even so, they may not be high on folks radar screen given how stacked this division is. I would not be surprised to see this team fall the the second draft round, but watch out. They are a huge asset. Don't be the team to skip them and then get beaten by their play. Aces High can do it. #176 -- you heard it here.

Champs in West Lafayette and on Long Island. They are up for the Chairman's Award in Atlanta. Look for good things all the way around from Team #234 Cyber Blue.

These guys have GOT to be tired of the Simbotics -- they've been Finalists twice to them in Waterloo and Toronto -- but 2 Regional Finalists trophies are nothing to sneeze at. Look for Great thing from Team #1305 -- who'll be trying for the Chairman's Award trophy in addition to the hardware they hope to bring home on the field.




LOCKS:
16-3-1 in seeding at LA & TX Regionals. Finalist at the first, Champs at the 2nd. #118 is the very definition of a Lock. Great team, should do great in the Dome.

I picked them in Boston to go all the way. They only finished a Finalist. But, I am sticking with them #121, Naval Undersea Warfare is a team that should be a huge presence even in Curie division.

Gael Force is another team that defines Lock. They are competing for Chairman's Award too. They often means good things on the field as well. They were Champs in Boston. Look for #126 to be putting on the hurt on the Curie field.

16-2-0 in seeding at Los Angeles & San Diego. The Beach Bots (#330) are going to have a say in how this whole Curie thing works its way out. They are a lock too.

Las Guerrillas (#469) had a rough start in Ypsilanti. They gained some traction in Detroit. They were plowing through the competition in Grand Rapids. With their huge and effective slight slope lifting ramp and an effective arm (finally) plus an extremely effective swerve drive AND some drivers who can master the beast, they should be another huge force on Curie.

How many locks does one division need? Well, at least one more if I haven't spoken of Simbotics (#1114). These guys put the UN in UNBELIEVEABLE. This is the cream of the Canadian Crop and probably the cream of the planetary crop. They are 16-3-1 in seeding after 3 regionals (Ypsi, Waterloo & Toronto). They were #1 seed in 2 and but for loosing the last seeding round in Toronto would have been 3 for 3. It took a battery failure on a partner robot to help get them out of Ypsi or they might have been 3 for 3 this year -- even so they won 6 of their last 7 Regionals.
This is the year they make their move on the Championships stage. If they get together with another Lock from Curie, well, it may be all over but the scoring...


BONUS:
Too many teams in Curie to keep it to just 12. Sorry I have to add one.

Keep an eye out for #2166. These guys were Rookie All Stars in Toronto & they were on the #2 Alliance there. Good luck in Atlanta Appleby Robotics!

Joe J.
__________________
Joseph M. Johnson, Ph.D., P.E.
Founder
Bang Zoom
The best team you've never heard (yet)
  #2   Spotlight this post!  
Unread 04-09-2007, 09:26 AM
Jeremiah Johnson's Avatar
Jeremiah Johnson Jeremiah Johnson is offline
Go VOLS!!
AKA: Budda648
no team (QC Elite)
Team Role: Alumni
 
Join Date: Mar 2003
Rookie Year: 2002
Location: Davenport, IA
Posts: 1,477
Jeremiah Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJeremiah Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJeremiah Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJeremiah Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJeremiah Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJeremiah Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJeremiah Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJeremiah Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJeremiah Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJeremiah Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJeremiah Johnson has a reputation beyond repute
Send a message via AIM to Jeremiah Johnson Send a message via MSN to Jeremiah Johnson
Re: Predictions: The Big Show -- Curie

Shunned again... so far in every prediction. Better to be the underdog and suprise than the favorite and not perform well... we're for real this year, watch out for 648, John Deere / Ken-Tronics / SME*.... QC ELITE.


*I just had to go along with Dr. Joe on this, naming the sponsors is fun.
__________________
Do The Tyler!

XBOX Live Gamertag = theVelvetLie
  #3   Spotlight this post!  
Unread 04-09-2007, 03:38 PM
Joe Johnson's Avatar Unsung FIRST Hero
Joe Johnson Joe Johnson is offline
Engineer at iRobot
AKA: Dr. Joe
FRC #3958 (FRC Teams Need Names?)
Team Role: Engineer
 
Join Date: May 2001
Rookie Year: 1996
Location: Boston, MA
Posts: 2,273
Joe Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Johnson has a reputation beyond repute
Re: Predictions: The Big Show -- Curie

Quote:
Originally Posted by Budda648 View Post
Shunned again... so far in every prediction. Better to be the underdog and suprise than the favorite and not perform well... we're for real this year, watch out for 648, John Deere / Ken-Tronics / SME*.... QC ELITE.


*I just had to go along with Dr. Joe on this, naming the sponsors is fun.
I am only human. I don't know about every team. Pitch me interesting storylines and you are likely to get ink. Interest is the key. Why would folks care about your robot/team/chances? Do tell.

Finally, this has been a kind of grand experiment. Perhaps we can get a real paper or blog up an running for next season.... ...stay tuned.

Joe J.
__________________
Joseph M. Johnson, Ph.D., P.E.
Founder
Bang Zoom
The best team you've never heard (yet)
  #4   Spotlight this post!  
Unread 04-09-2007, 03:45 PM
Vogel648 Vogel648 is offline
Student Programming Leader
FRC #0648 (QC Elite)
Team Role: Student
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Rookie Year: 2004
Location: Sherrard
Posts: 64
Vogel648 is on a distinguished road
Re: Predictions: The Big Show -- Curie

Seriously, no yellow text. I know you want it to look cool, but yellow text is eye-searing.

Though I agree, we are a solid team, I have started a little video scouting of curie with my father, we've seen only 1 team that we can agree are probably better than us, as well as a couple that we think are about on par with us. Of course we might be a little biased there Anyway, expect us to come out strong in Atlanta.

Edit: as for what our robot offers? Tested autonomous, great tube picking and placing capabilities, strong drive train, and of course the best bunch of tacticians and scouters at nationals
  #5   Spotlight this post!  
Unread 04-09-2007, 04:03 PM
RoboMadi's Avatar
RoboMadi RoboMadi is offline
3 Fs..... Fun Friends FIRST!!
AKA: Imad
FRC #0612
Team Role: College Student
 
Join Date: Oct 2005
Rookie Year: 2005
Location: Sterling VA
Posts: 452
RoboMadi has a brilliant futureRoboMadi has a brilliant futureRoboMadi has a brilliant futureRoboMadi has a brilliant futureRoboMadi has a brilliant futureRoboMadi has a brilliant futureRoboMadi has a brilliant futureRoboMadi has a brilliant futureRoboMadi has a brilliant futureRoboMadi has a brilliant futureRoboMadi has a brilliant future
Re: Predictions: The Big Show -- Curie

Quote:
Originally Posted by Joe Johnson View Post
Too many teams in Curie to keep it to just 12. [/size]
That statement says it all. As I've mentioned before and will again, Curie is so far the most competitive division, and it will all boil down to alliances. Even though there are only 13 teams mentioned, it takes 24 teams to complete alliances. So that means we are still not sure what are the other 11 bots/team.
In my history of FIRST, I haven't seen such a competitive division with soo many good bots. My heart will be in my mouth, during the alliance pick.


Imad
  #6   Spotlight this post!  
Unread 04-09-2007, 04:22 PM
redbarron's Avatar
redbarron redbarron is offline
Mike Barron
AKA: Mike
FRC #1270 (Red Dragons)
Team Role: Coach
 
Join Date: Jan 2004
Rookie Year: 2002
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Posts: 187
redbarron is a splendid one to beholdredbarron is a splendid one to beholdredbarron is a splendid one to beholdredbarron is a splendid one to beholdredbarron is a splendid one to beholdredbarron is a splendid one to beholdredbarron is a splendid one to behold
Re: Predictions: The Big Show -- Curie

Though I agree that there are far too many good teams to list, I thought I would share a couple of our teams facts. Team 1270 is a Hanger/Climber hybrid. We went down to Florida with the intentions of just giving a good show out of town. We seeded 7th and were picked up by the number 4 seed. We were one of the top 5 hangers at Florida and went to the finals and took it all the way. We went to Buckeye and had some bad luck, but we were drafted by the #2 seed.We have a integrated 2 speed transmission and we can put atleast 4 ringers on with defense on us and 7+ w/out. we have all our weight down low and are almost untippable giving us the ability to climb up to a 40-45 degree ramp. I think what kept us out of the "teams to watch out for" discussion was the fact that we had a tendency to get ringers flipped on to our grabber. I assure you that this has been looked at and fixed for the championships. Team 1270 has a good robot this year and is one to watch out for. I am planning on putting some of our ramp climbing highlights on here soon and our matches from Florida are on soap 108. Thanks for taking the time to read this and if you have any questions please dont hesitate to stop by our pit and ask. Good luck to all teams.
__________________
The Red Dragons
2005 Buckeye Regional Woodie Flowers Regional Award
2005 Florida Regional Finalist Along with 1251 and 845
2006 Palmetto Regional Engineering Inspiration Award
2007 Florida Regional Judges Award and Regional Winners Along With 1251 and 86
2007 Curie Division Winner with 330 and 910
2008 Florida Regional Team Spirit Award Winners
  #7   Spotlight this post!  
Unread 04-09-2007, 07:08 PM
Ricksta's Avatar
Ricksta Ricksta is offline
Time to start planning RIDE 2015!
AKA: Rick Blight
FRC #0078 (AIR Strike)
Team Role: Leadership
 
Join Date: Jan 2002
Rookie Year: 2001
Location: Tiverton, RI, USA
Posts: 546
Ricksta has a reputation beyond reputeRicksta has a reputation beyond reputeRicksta has a reputation beyond reputeRicksta has a reputation beyond reputeRicksta has a reputation beyond reputeRicksta has a reputation beyond reputeRicksta has a reputation beyond reputeRicksta has a reputation beyond reputeRicksta has a reputation beyond reputeRicksta has a reputation beyond reputeRicksta has a reputation beyond repute
Re: Predictions: The Big Show -- Curie

Quote:
Originally Posted by redbarron View Post
Team 1270 is a Hanger/Climber hybrid.
Since when is a team that climbs a ramp and score a tube become a hybrid? There are many teams that can are only ramps. There are many teams that can only score tubes. A team that can score tubes and has ramps is in my opinion, and many others I've spoken with, a true hybrid.

I have no doubts in your ability to score tubes or climb ramps. But with that mentality, when does the hybrid classification stop? A ramp only team that can climb a ramp is now a hybrid according to this logic.
__________________
Co-founder of Aquidneck Island Robotics 4-H Club RI VRC Event Partner FRC RI District Event Planning Committee Chair

  #8   Spotlight this post!  
Unread 04-09-2007, 08:09 PM
CJV648 CJV648 is offline
Registered User
FRC #0648
 
Join Date: Mar 2007
Location: Sherrard IL
Posts: 22
CJV648 has a spectacular aura aboutCJV648 has a spectacular aura aboutCJV648 has a spectacular aura about
Re: Predictions: The Big Show -- Curie

Since teams still improve their robots throughout the competition I will make no predictions about which robot will win as part of what alliance, but I will predict that the winning alliance will have two robots that are specialists that play pretty much the same role in each match (e.g. scorer, blocker, or ramp) and one robot that is a hybrid in the sense that it plays different roles in different matches (eg. blocker one match, scorer the next) depending on match ups vs. the opposition. Scouting for that third robot is likely to be hard--driver quality and strength of drivetrain are harder to evaluate than tubes scored and robots raised. The "specialists" may have other good qualities in qualifying that are used at most rarely in elims.

I also think there has been too little consideration of autonomous scoring. Alliances that don't score (at least) one in autonomous consistently seem unlikely to win Einstein. An alliance that scored three in auton would be hard to beat if it could be assembled.

Alliance building will be fun to watch at the World Championship Event.

BTW watch for 111 coming out of one the other divisions--they are good, maybe the best I've seen for scoring vs defense, they may benefit from playing less conservatively in ATL.
  #9   Spotlight this post!  
Unread 04-09-2007, 08:52 PM
redbarron's Avatar
redbarron redbarron is offline
Mike Barron
AKA: Mike
FRC #1270 (Red Dragons)
Team Role: Coach
 
Join Date: Jan 2004
Rookie Year: 2002
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Posts: 187
redbarron is a splendid one to beholdredbarron is a splendid one to beholdredbarron is a splendid one to beholdredbarron is a splendid one to beholdredbarron is a splendid one to beholdredbarron is a splendid one to beholdredbarron is a splendid one to behold
Re: Predictions: The Big Show -- Curie

Quote:
Originally Posted by Ricksta121 View Post
Since when is a team that climbs a ramp and score a tube become a hybrid? There are many teams that can are only ramps. There are many teams that can only score tubes. A team that can score tubes and has ramps is in my opinion, and many others I've spoken with, a true hybrid.

I have no doubts in your ability to score tubes or climb ramps. But with that mentality, when does the hybrid classification stop? A ramp only team that can climb a ramp is now a hybrid according to this logic.
It has been stated on other posts and I kinda took to it. Is there a problem with there being more than 1 type of hybrid? I mean if there is than I will spread the word. I kind of thought that saying ramp/arm or scoring/climbing or ramp/climbing was a little more useful but if it is not than I will stop using it.
__________________
The Red Dragons
2005 Buckeye Regional Woodie Flowers Regional Award
2005 Florida Regional Finalist Along with 1251 and 845
2006 Palmetto Regional Engineering Inspiration Award
2007 Florida Regional Judges Award and Regional Winners Along With 1251 and 86
2007 Curie Division Winner with 330 and 910
2008 Florida Regional Team Spirit Award Winners

Last edited by redbarron : 04-10-2007 at 02:07 AM.
  #10   Spotlight this post!  
Unread 04-09-2007, 09:15 PM
Jeremiah Johnson's Avatar
Jeremiah Johnson Jeremiah Johnson is offline
Go VOLS!!
AKA: Budda648
no team (QC Elite)
Team Role: Alumni
 
Join Date: Mar 2003
Rookie Year: 2002
Location: Davenport, IA
Posts: 1,477
Jeremiah Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJeremiah Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJeremiah Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJeremiah Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJeremiah Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJeremiah Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJeremiah Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJeremiah Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJeremiah Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJeremiah Johnson has a reputation beyond reputeJeremiah Johnson has a reputation beyond repute
Send a message via AIM to Jeremiah Johnson Send a message via MSN to Jeremiah Johnson
Re: Predictions: The Big Show -- Curie

Quote:
Originally Posted by Joe Johnson View Post
I am only human. I don't know about every team. Pitch me interesting storylines and you are likely to get ink. Interest is the key. Why would folks care about your robot/team/chances? Do tell.

Finally, this has been a kind of grand experiment. Perhaps we can get a real paper or blog up an running for next season.... ...stay tuned.

Joe J.
QC Elite has been brimming with potential since first making regional finals back in 2004 at the Midwest Regional. Since then they've reached the summit twice, but have been struck by a curse. Look to this team to be solid because they have developed their best robot to date. Their crab drive allows intricate weaving between potential defenders and their end effector allows for quick pick up and deposit of ringers. Now their operators have a regional under their belt, look for experienced driving. Watch out Simbotics and Beach 'Bots... here comes the competition.
__________________
Do The Tyler!

XBOX Live Gamertag = theVelvetLie
  #11   Spotlight this post!  
Unread 04-09-2007, 10:49 PM
Donut Donut is offline
The Arizona Mentor
AKA: Andrew
FRC #0167 (Children of the Corn)
Team Role: Engineer
 
Join Date: Mar 2005
Rookie Year: 2004
Location: Iowa City, IA
Posts: 1,182
Donut has a reputation beyond reputeDonut has a reputation beyond reputeDonut has a reputation beyond reputeDonut has a reputation beyond reputeDonut has a reputation beyond reputeDonut has a reputation beyond reputeDonut has a reputation beyond reputeDonut has a reputation beyond reputeDonut has a reputation beyond reputeDonut has a reputation beyond reputeDonut has a reputation beyond repute
Re: Predictions: The Big Show -- Curie

Quote:
Originally Posted by CJV648 View Post
I also think there has been too little consideration of autonomous scoring. Alliances that don't score (at least) one in autonomous consistently seem unlikely to win Einstein. An alliance that scored three in auton would be hard to beat if it could be assembled.
Shhhh, don't give away the secrets to the playoffs...

There's so many good robots in Curie, it's insane.
__________________
FRC Team 498 (Peoria, AZ), Student: 2004 - 2007
FRC Team 498 (Peoria, AZ), Mentor: 2008 - 2011
FRC Team 167 (Iowa City, IA), Mentor: 2012 - Present
  #12   Spotlight this post!  
Unread 04-09-2007, 11:03 PM
MGoelz's Avatar
MGoelz MGoelz is offline
Miranda: Design and Scouting
FRC #0234 (Cyber Blue)
Team Role: Alumni
 
Join Date: Jan 2007
Rookie Year: 2005
Location: Indianapolis, IN
Posts: 166
MGoelz has a reputation beyond reputeMGoelz has a reputation beyond reputeMGoelz has a reputation beyond reputeMGoelz has a reputation beyond reputeMGoelz has a reputation beyond reputeMGoelz has a reputation beyond reputeMGoelz has a reputation beyond reputeMGoelz has a reputation beyond reputeMGoelz has a reputation beyond reputeMGoelz has a reputation beyond reputeMGoelz has a reputation beyond repute
Send a message via AIM to MGoelz Send a message via Yahoo to MGoelz
Re: Predictions: The Big Show -- Curie

I think that an ideal alliance will have at least two scorers and a ramp or a hybrid. If you do your scouting, I will almost bet that you will be able to find a really good ramp bot or hybrid that won't be taken. We always have seemed to be able to find some ramp or hybrid bot that was able to perform their task really well, and defend if needed. I think we are all just going to have to watch very closely, and base decisions off of reliability, not necessarily seeding (although that is important too).
__________________
"The ideal engineer is a composite ... He is not a scientist, he is not a mathematician, he is not a sociologist or a writer; but he may use the knowledge and techniques of any or all of these disciplines in solving engineering problems."
N. W. Dougherty
  #13   Spotlight this post!  
Unread 04-13-2007, 08:28 PM
Vince lau's Avatar
Vince lau Vince lau is offline
Building robots since 1995
FRC #4914
Team Role: Mentor
 
Join Date: Jan 2004
Rookie Year: 2002
Location: Markham, Canada
Posts: 597
Vince lau has a reputation beyond reputeVince lau has a reputation beyond reputeVince lau has a reputation beyond reputeVince lau has a reputation beyond reputeVince lau has a reputation beyond reputeVince lau has a reputation beyond reputeVince lau has a reputation beyond reputeVince lau has a reputation beyond reputeVince lau has a reputation beyond reputeVince lau has a reputation beyond reputeVince lau has a reputation beyond repute
Send a message via MSN to Vince lau
Re: Predictions: The Big Show -- Curie

pretty good predictions..

well after day 1, 1305,1114, and 2166 are in the top 10
__________________
2005 - GTR WFFA
2006 - Waterloo Regional Champions with 1114 and 1503
2010 - Waterloo Rookie inspiration and Highest Rookie Seed, #2 Alliance Captain, Semi-finalists.
2011 - Waterloo Finalist thanks 1310 and 610
2014 - imagery and rookie allstar award gtr west
2014 - rookie inspiration and winners with 188 and 610 north bay
  #14   Spotlight this post!  
Unread 04-13-2007, 08:46 PM
MarcD79's Avatar
MarcD79 MarcD79 is offline
Registered User
AKA: Marc
FRC #0176 (Aces High 176)
Team Role: Mentor
 
Join Date: Nov 2006
Rookie Year: 2002
Location: Suffield, CT
Posts: 188
MarcD79 is a splendid one to beholdMarcD79 is a splendid one to beholdMarcD79 is a splendid one to beholdMarcD79 is a splendid one to beholdMarcD79 is a splendid one to beholdMarcD79 is a splendid one to beholdMarcD79 is a splendid one to behold
Re: Predictions: The Big Show -- Curie

As go the Curie predictions, don't second guess team #176. They have been in the top ranks for years, faithfully counting off regional winners & finalsts, as well as finalists numerous times in thier division in Atlanta over the past 4 years. Make it happen!
  #15   Spotlight this post!  
Unread 04-19-2007, 05:58 PM
Joe Ross's Avatar Unsung FIRST Hero
Joe Ross Joe Ross is offline
Registered User
FRC #0330 (Beachbots)
Team Role: Engineer
 
Join Date: Jun 2001
Rookie Year: 1997
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Posts: 7,824
Joe Ross has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Ross has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Ross has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Ross has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Ross has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Ross has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Ross has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Ross has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Ross has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Ross has a reputation beyond reputeJoe Ross has a reputation beyond repute
Re: Predictions: The Big Show -- Curie

Tips:
48 - Division Finalists
60 - Division Quarter Finalists
67 - Division Finalists
176 - Division Quarter Finalists
234 - Division Quarter Finalists
1305 - Division Quarter Finalists

Locks:
118 - Division Quarter Finalists
121 - Division Semifinalists
126 - Division Semifinalists
330 - Division Champions
469 - Division Semifinalists
1114 - Division Semifinalists

Tips that made the elims: 6/6 = 100%
Locks that made the elims: 6/6 = 100%
Locks that were finalists or better 1/6 = 17%

Great record overall, but still hard to predict the finalists.
Closed Thread


Thread Tools
Display Modes Rate This Thread
Rate This Thread:

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

vB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Forum Jump

Similar Threads
Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
Predictions: The Big Show -- Achimedes Joe Johnson Championship Event 22 04-19-2007 11:27 PM
Predictions Week 5: Last Stop Before the Big Show... ...Part 2 Joe Johnson General Forum 24 04-03-2007 08:46 PM
Predictions Week 5: Last Stop Before the Big Show... ...Part 3 Joe Johnson General Forum 17 04-03-2007 07:34 PM
Predictions Week 5: Last Stop Before the Big Show... ...Part 1 Joe Johnson General Forum 27 03-31-2007 09:07 PM
Big 12 predictions :) CourtneyB Chit-Chat 5 09-11-2005 08:06 AM


All times are GMT -5. The time now is 06:08 AM.

The Chief Delphi Forums are sponsored by Innovation First International, Inc.


Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.6.4
Copyright ©2000 - 2014, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
Copyright © Chief Delphi