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  1. #13
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    Re: WMAR telecast - scoring bar obstruction



    You know, I didn't even notice the scoring bar, outside of wondering where the play clock was.. I don't know if I was too focused on "scouting", pausing it too many times to switch over and see what Machado was doing, or just flat out had too much vodka (probably that one)

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  2. #14
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    Re: WMAR telecast - scoring bar obstruction

    Quote Originally Posted by Jess View Post
    You know, I didn't even notice the scoring bar, outside of wondering where the play clock was.. I don't know if I was too focused on "scouting", pausing it too many times to switch over and see what Machado was doing, or just flat out had too much vodka (probably that one)
    A lot of vodka was needed to watch that first quarter and the O's game.




  3. #15

    Re: WMAR telecast - scoring bar obstruction

    Quote Originally Posted by DrUnk View Post
    A lot of vodka was needed to watch that first quarter and the O's game.
    The scoring bar was obnoxious

    Not sure why in the day and age of apps for everything that they cannot just make an app were all that extraneous data would be displayed in conjunction with the game in real time. Keeps the screen clear of obstructive graphics and gives people an opportunity to see the info and perhaps even customize what they see on their phone/IPAD/Android Tab etc
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    -Ray Lewis




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