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A Die Hard Fan who has rooted for the hitmen for 13 years, 4 months

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My name is Brad Vogel. I am the Hitmen's biggest fan. I first heard about the team as a freshman in high school from Tyler Hunt (he was one of my coaches at the high school) but didn't start looking for when the played their games until about 2007. By then it was too late and I was going to have to wait until 2008 to start proving I was the biggest fan of the Hitmen. I also am arguably the biggest fan of the Muskego Warriors (the high school team), and the Milwaukee Iron. I hope to see the Hitmen around for years to come. I wish I was strong enough to play for them but I guess I'll just have to be the front row stands quarterback since unfortunately I don't know if I'll have enough time to be an equipment manager all over again like I was in high school. HITMEN NOW, HITMEN FOREVER! Any questions?

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    congrats to the muskego hitmen for making this city proud in the chula vista bowl. and congrats to coach blawat for now goin out on top. the hitmen will miss you coach.

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    hey alright. we made it to the conference championship. too bad though we have to face madison...oh who cares i still love you guys. you guys are my favorite team no matter how bad they blow us out.

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    update on tyler donovan: we may not really be able to get him to play for us. i talked with iron head coach gary compton and he said that tyler donovan is currently working a job in chicago after he was told in week 10 (when he became healthy enough to play again) that he was going to be a backup to milwaukee legend todd hammel (who came out of retirement on short notice). so yes gentlemen tyler donovan is no longer a member of ...
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    another crap opponent down. now our real test is about to begin. but i always tell myself in this situation: "undefeated does not mean unbeatable." although with that major blowout they gave the venom...

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    you could say that but wouldn't you rather avenge a playoff loss in the next season playoffs?

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    if it is against the venom can you say "revenge?"

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Posted By Hitwarrior2008 on Wed Jun 10 2009 6:02 p.m. 0 comments
Semi-pro football has to be one of the most fan friendly sports a fan can follow. The cost of admissions is low, the players are as competitive or maybe even more so than NFL players and are just like the fans they entertain, the games take place close to home, and the games are played on a Saturday night when most people either have little or nothing to do and are looking for some inexpensive entertainment. And now with games also being televised on Time Warner Sports fans can watch their teams' road games without having to use a lot of gas ( I actually can't because I have Dish Network). So sometimes I wonder why I don't see a lot of fans (although some nights there were a good number of them) in the stands on both sides of the field. But regardless I know that I am living the dream of a football fan. A team in my hometown, a team that has a long history of winning, a team full of men who work full time jobs like many of their fans (however I have yet to but I plan to be once I have my degree), and I am their biggest fan. Proud to bleed their team colors, willing to sit in pouring rain if needed to watch them play the greatest sport on the planet, wearing team gear with pride, and cheering loud and often. Can't call yourself a fan of any league if you don't follow that criteria. What also makes semi-pro football great is knowing that you are watching grown men (and maybe women too) live a dream. It makes one feel good watching someone else getting to do what they love to do and do it well even if they don't make a penny off of it. And that my friends is just a small taste of what being a fan is all about.

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HS AttendedMuskego High School
College AttendedCurrently at UW-Waukesha

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Eric Satterwhite
on: 13 Jun 2009 10:30 p.m.
still working out the kinks. but you are welcome to give it a try.
on: 13 Jun 2009 11:44 p.m.
the only other edit i need to make is that i have been a die hard fan for 2 seasons instead of 0.