Super Bowl 2010

Crutcher, Welch and Moffitt    Welch, Britton, Crutcher, Pollard, standing Tinsley and Moffitt

 

 

Super Bowl 2004

 

 

 

 

Super Bowl 2003

Mike Crutcher, Mike McCain, Steve Carter, Bill Britton, Pat Gann (Welch, Moffett friend from North Texas), Rick Harding, Jim Moffett, Jim Tinsley, Marc Welch

from the desk of

    Crutch

Here is a good accompanying photo, our Browne Jr. High basketball team, which has five (5) of the thirteen (13) players shown that attended the party.  Marc Welch was absent the day of the photo shoot, so I plugged in his varsity shot from the previous year. 

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Crutch-

You didn't send her the picture of me dancing on the balcony....naked, did you??

Marc

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Dang!!! I need that one!!! Where is it????

Gayla

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Don't give it to her Crutch. We wouldn't want any of our old classmates to have a sudden heart attack.......from fright.

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Super Bowl 2002

Steve Carter, Rick Harding, Bill Britton, Mike McCain, Marc Welch, Jim Tinsley and Mike Crutcher

 

 

The site is the sideline at the Cotton Bowl and I believe it is the fall of 1970.  I was a freshman at TCU and strapping 18 and 1/2 years.  The gentlemen to my right is a man named Jerry McNeil....a photographer for UPI.  Next was my Pop.  The guy on the end was a family friend and his name is Bobby McMillian.  We had a few of these taken and they became known as 'the family photo'.  We would work the sidelines with a photographer writing down what was going on in the last photo he shot.  'Cut-Line' writers.  I was on the sidelines of a lot of great Cowboy, as well as some fabulous College football games. Great Memories......

The site is the sideline at the Cotton Bowl and I believe it is the fall of 1970. I was a freshman at TCU and strapping 18 and 1/2 years old. The gentlemen to my right is a man named Jerry McNeil....he was a photographer for UPI. Next was my Pop. The guy on the end was a family friend and his name is Bobby McMillian. We had a few of these taken and they became known as 'the family photo'. We would work the sidelines with a photographer writing down what was going on in the last photo he shot. 'Cut-Line' writers. I was on the sidelines of a lot of great Cowboy games, as well as some fabulous College football games.

Great Memories......