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COULD TESTOSTERONE BE A FACTOR?

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Georgia State University professor James Dabbs, PhD, found an association between fans' testosterone levels and the success of the team. Dr. Dabbs tested pre- and post-game testosterone levels of men watching the televised 1994 World Cup Soccer games. Testosterone levels increased 27.6% in fans supporting the victorious Brazilian team and dropped 26.7% in disheartened Italian fans.

(I went into the 1968 World Series rooting for the Tigers as a boy and came out as a man and this is why. Now I know why I felt 16 again when we had such a great start this year. Until we start winning again, anybody got a needle?)

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Imagine how the testosterone would increase or decrease when watching a real sport that was actually exicting.

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Originally posted by OldTimey

Imagine how the testosterone would increase or decrease when watching a real sport that was actually exicting.

you're such an ***. yet, so right...

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Somebody needs to do a study to see if the birth rate in Detroit was at an all time low last year, since the team lost 119 games.

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Originally posted by TigerPride

Somebody needs to do a study to see if the birth rate in Detroit was at an all time low last year, since the team lost 119 games.

My wife is unusually interested in me when the Tigers win. Last year was not so good for ol' Idaho Bert. This year is much better. GO TIGERS!

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Originally posted by IdahoBert

Georgia State University professor James Dabbs, PhD, found an association between fans' testosterone levels and the success of the team. Dr. Dabbs tested pre- and post-game testosterone levels of men watching the televised 1994 World Cup Soccer games. Testosterone levels increased 27.6% in fans supporting the victorious Brazilian team and dropped 26.7% in disheartened Italian fans.

(I went into the 1968 World Series rooting for the Tigers as a boy and came out as a man and this is why. Now I know why I felt 16 again when we had such a great start this year. Until we start winning again, anybody got a needle?)

:classic:

Hey Bert I made that series also. It had the same effect on me. I was 15 and man was that ever a great time.

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