View Full Version : Worst teams you've been a part of....
02-11-2006, 01:46 AM
The poor chowdahead kids trying to rid themselves of the Yankees name was a great post. It got me thinking of the worst team I've ever been ashamed to be on. Either because of the coach, the mascot, the colors, or a combination of all three. So, for a good psycho therapy session, blast us with your childhood repressed experiences of past resentment:
Mine - I played little league baseball for a team sponsored by 'Norge' a local laundromat and to top it all off our colors were green and yellow - you could piss your pants in the outfield waiting for an inning to end and no one would ever know it - trust me. Dark green shirts with gold or 'yellowed' pants and dark green stirrups. Needless to say we wen't 1-12 - piss poor in all aspects.
02-11-2006, 01:49 AM
My first year of little league, we were the Orioles and I still think we should have been called the Doormats.
What we lacked in talent, execution and fundamentals we made up for in good intentions.
02-11-2006, 01:51 AM
soccer team, the Santos...what ever the hell that is. went 0-10. last time I ever played soccer. Teal jersies and Black shorts, teal socks...
02-11-2006, 02:00 AM
Well...I suffered 4 concussions and a broken clavical playing for my junior high team...I broke down....14 tackles from the safety position would just kill me. And I played both sides as half back. We sucked but I broke down. I tore a knee up, not bad, but I just couldn't go on. I took a huge concussion and shouldn't of been allowed back on the field. A safety shouldn't have to make 14 tackles and pass cover. I scored the first two TD's for that pathetic team...my dad pulled me out and said I was going to kill myself...I was only 96 pounds by the end of the season, had a sprained knee, a broken clavical and several concussions...I couldn't do it again.
I was actually carried off the field in my coaches arms like a baby. Ha!
02-11-2006, 03:31 AM
The Green Machine. 6th grade football. Terrible name, terrible players. I specifically remember the coach asking if we wanted to keep the tie or go for the win. Well, we went for the win, but shouldn't have. Ended up with an 0-4-2 record. Too bad we went for the win, could have been 0-3-3.
02-11-2006, 04:01 AM
bob went 0-69 in the gay ****** mullet cross dressing for shemales sin chronic sized sausage smoking team of 2006.
02-11-2006, 05:44 AM
My second year of indoor lacrosse...we were put together of all players that didn't have a team (the team I was on the season before that won the title disbanded and most of us went to different teams and regrouped after this season)...it was so bad that we usually lost by an average of 15 goals a game. At one point I was not onto the field until we scored a goal because three games in a row, I scored the first goal of the game and we got stomped...
02-11-2006, 07:19 AM
Sophomore year of High School(1998), Fairport Harding football team...
a 1-9 regular season, and here's out resume: of the 5 home games we scored a total a zero points in front of the home crowd, of the 10 games we were shutout 6 of those games(should've been 7 but we managed a safety in one game), opening game was a 67-14 loss, rivalry game was 74-0, homecoming was 64-0, and the worst loss we took was a 92-0 loss at Martinsferry.
Here is the full schedule and results:
Our win was against our main rival(we have 2, one who just kicks our ass, and one we're competitive with), we were down 17-6 at halftime before going out and not letting up a 1st down in the entire 2nd half as we put up 20 points to win it and save ourselves from a winless season, at their place as well.
Baseball was a different story, Fairport baseball is the premeire powerhouse Ohio team for the smaller schools(10th smallest school in Ohio), but football is absolutely an embarrassment. I played both Safety and Wide receiver at 5"9 125 pounds, not something you really want your WR and safety looking like.
02-11-2006, 08:17 AM
Swarthmore College Football. During my 4 years we had a 28 game losing streak before finally defeating the football powerhouse that is Oberlin. ESPN called us the 6th worst team in college football history, largely because we gave up an NCAA record for most players scoring touchdowns in a single game: 11. We lost that game 73-0. Oh, and I was the starting free safety. The worst part is, after that season we hired a new coach and really turned the program around. As soon as we started winning, the school cut the program entirely.
02-11-2006, 08:31 AM
Indoor soccer team is currently 0-6... I need to get fit man...
02-11-2006, 09:04 AM
Indoor soccer team is currently 0-6... I need to get fit man...
Indoor soccer is tough...I play it every once in a while....a 2 minute shift in soccer is like a 4 minute shift in lacrosse...
02-11-2006, 09:09 AM
my 12 year old little league year i played on a team full of scabs, where i played they hold a draft and someone foolishly didnt set up enough teams so after the draft was completed, you had 12 "unwanted" kids left, My father decided he'd be nice and coach them, which pulled me off the best team and onto that team. seriously, we won 2 games that year, i pitched both games, a no hitter and a 3 hitter, otherwise the entire season was lost, i guess i did have a highlight after that tho as we went to the state championship in all-stars that year :-D
02-11-2006, 09:15 AM
Wow, ive been part of some bad teams ranging from when i was 8 to sophmore year in HS.
I was 8 and i was on the Arsenals(?), anyway, i played all game long at midfield(thats how bad we sucked, i started Ha!), needless to say we won only 2 games.
Sophmore year i played football and we lost every game but one, my games were in practice.
02-11-2006, 10:20 AM
My junior league football team I was on when I was like 13 was pretty bad, mainly because of the coaching.
We had a 4 or 5 point lead in the 4th quarter with like 1:30 left in the game, rather than taking a knee, our coach called a QB draw which resulted in a fumble that the defense picked up and returned for a touchdown.
We lost that game. :pity:
02-11-2006, 10:53 AM
Bee football in 10th grade, we went like 1-9. Our defense was really good, but our offense was the worst ever assembled. I think it took our offense three weeks to even score a touchdown. We avoided shutouts the first couple games by scoring on defense. I think our only victory was by a 7-6 score. I played defensive end and also got pressed into service (very reluctantly) at guard at the end of the season.
02-11-2006, 11:35 AM
Peewee football team called the alameda chiefs...............We sucked!
02-11-2006, 11:37 AM
Some friends and I joined a community basketball league last year, most of us having never played full court basketball. We were late in signing up so instead of playing in the "C" or recreational league, we were placed in the "B" or competitive league. Our tallest player is 6 ft, we lost every game by an average of 36 points, and these are only 40 minute games. I did however finally find out what it's like to be dunked on.
02-11-2006, 12:33 PM
High School basketball. We won two games over the course of my sophomore and junior years...and both of those wins came in my junior year.
02-11-2006, 01:17 PM
When my brother was younger, we were living in North Carolina, had a youth football league on base, they formed a new team, the Broncos. He was on it, they actually made it to the championship game, but lost...to the Colts.
Jason in LA
02-11-2006, 01:40 PM
In my 10th grade year I was on the B (JV) team. We went 0-10, and only scored one TD all year. That was off a blocked punt. Our closest game was 14-0. We got blown out a lot. I started the year at WR, but our QB sucked, so I was moved to TE. Made it easier for him to throw passes to me. I did pick off 3 passes that year at CB.
The funniest thing happened a year later. Our final game of my 10 grade season we got blown out 44-0 at home. For the first game of the season next year, when I was a starter on the varsity team, they flipped on the scoreboard and it read 44-0. All the guys who were on that B team who had moved up got a good laugh at that.
02-11-2006, 01:47 PM
varsity high school football team went 1-6.
Young lidderer[gr. 10] was the 2nd half qb. Starting qb never threw a pass all year, which is maybe a good reason for the record.
First year coaching a JV softball team (it was our school's 2nd year of having softball) ... 1-17 - thank goodness our win came in our LAST game of the year.