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We just saw the Spurs and the Bruins experience losses about as bad as you can experience just in the past week. Give me one that you remember that STILL HURTS.

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Easy choice for me. 1999 national title game, basketball. Duke vs Uconn. That Duke team was easily top 5 greatest teams ever, only one loss all season and that was by a layup at the buzzer early in the season. They blew out everyone by double digits all season, just smoked everyone. Lossing in the championship game hurt, hurt BAD. STILL bothers me. The only thing that has eased it a little is winning the 2010 championship, that team wasn't supposed to get anywhere near a championship, so that kind of makes up for 1999, as far as championships go. Losing in 99 ruined the legacy of that Duke team, they win that title they go down as the greatest Duke team ever and one of the best ever period.


Put it this way, that loss hurt me so bad that I took the following day off from work it hurt me that bad.

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I barely watched college football last year because of the travesty that was the previous season's national title game. That one still hurts so bad. That's all I want to say about that. The Saints losing to the niners around the same time still sticks in my craw as well. Then bounty gate. Those things, which all occurred over a short period, have sapped my passion for the game at this time.

And I 'm still processing what went down in the last couple of games in the NBA finals. My mind is rejecting it.

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I support Birmingham City.  Where the heck do I start?  Losing 3-0 at the filth in 1980 after being goalless until 15 minutes to go - and in a sixty second period we have a goal wrongly disallowed and they have one given?  2001 League Cup final where we got royally fucked by a protectionist refereeing decision?  1997 FA Cup fifth round against Wrexham - WREXHAM!!!! - where a stupid sending-off cost us a place in the quarter final, and, given the way the draw went, possibly a place in the final?  2010 FA Cup quarter final where two asinine refereeing decisions cost us a place in the semi?  3-2 at home to the Albion in a game where we pissed on them all match and they scored with the only 3 shots they had?  2-1 at Spurs on the last day of the 2011 season that got us relegated by the narrowest of margins - and drove the club into near-bankruptcy?  5-0 at Walsall (enough said)?  7-0 to Liverpool in the Cup quarter final - at home - our record home defeat (and I stayed until the end)? 

I could go on...

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I'm from Boston.  Take your pick.

Still have to go with '86 Game 6 World Series as my #1.  2008 Patsies Super Bowl was pretty devestating as well.  So was the 2012 Super Bowl.  Aaron Boone, 2003.  Bucky Dent, 1978.  Celts snatching defeat from the jaws of victory from the Lakers in Game 7 a couple years ago. Brutal.

Let's put it this way...as bad as the Bruins loss was, it might not even register in my Top 10.

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Or this.....




1994 AFC Championship Game against the Chargers

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Cubs choking in 1969.

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Hawks in Game 1 of the 1992 Stanley Cup final against the Penguins. hawks had IIRC a 4-2 lead before the Pens came back late (Hawks had really earned the lead as I recall, outplaying the Pens in game 1 by a fair bit).

Then jaromir Jagr scored the goal really late where he went through every hawk on the ice and then Eddie Belfour, and the Penguins won the game. It was on eo fthose things where even though it was only game 1, you knew right there and then that the series was over and the Pens were taking the Cup, which they did in four straight.

At that point, the hawks hadn't been to a final that I could remember and had never been able to get past Edmonton or Calgary to reach the Finals for a full decade. Even then I knew that team was peaking and might not get back right away. Knowing that made that loss really, really hard to take, especially when it was later thought about in the context of how bad the team got in the 2000's and the playoffs seemed a million miles away.

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Game 7, 2001 World Series was by far the worst. 

Game 5, 1995 Division Series vs. Seattle also still stings.

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It has to be the 2004 ALCS.

2001 World Series is up there too, but at least we didn't lose to the fucking Red Sox.

Come to think of it, those two losses are probably why I hate Curt Shilling so fucking much.

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Papa Voo wrote:
sek69 wrote:

Or this.....




1994 AFC Championship Game against the Chargers


Yeah, but you got payback on that 94 AFC title game, because the Colts surely snatched defeat from the jaws of victory (to steal the line dfg just dropped) in th95 game.

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Last years superbowl. Niners game to win.
2002 World Series. Game 6. Dusty Baker fucked that up.

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1977 NBA finals, game 6.  Sixers have last possession with something like 6 seconds left and a chance to win.  DrJ has almost single-handedly kept them in the game and has 40-something.  Out of bounds sideline on the Sixers offensive end.  Coach Gene Shue calls a play for George McGuinness, who has shit the bed for three straight games and has been totally outplayed by Maurice Lucas.  Sixer put the ball in play, get George open for a 12 footer, which he predictably bricks and the series goes to the Blazers.   Dammit...

Other than that the '69 Cubs and any number of chokes by the Chargers would be my offering.

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dogfacedgremlin34 wrote: I'm from Boston.  Take your pick.

Still have to go with '86 Game 6 World Series as my #1.  2008 Patsies Super Bowl was pretty devestating as well.  So was the 2012 Super Bowl.  Aaron Boone, 2003.  Bucky Dent, 1978.  Celts snatching defeat from the jaws of victory from the Lakers in Game 7 a couple years ago. Brutal.

Let's put it this way...as bad as the Bruins loss was, it might not even register in my Top 10.


Agree with all of the above 100 percent

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clawmaster wrote: Cubs choking in 1969.

Followed by the 1984 Cubs, the 2003 Cubs and the Hawks game Khawk mentioned. The game the Bears lost to the Redskins in the playoffs is up there too. Why the fuck did Da Bears punt the ball to Darrell Green?

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The Bears loss to the Niners in 88 ranks up there for me since they were only 1 game away from the SB. I still hate the Niners.

Also the Sox loss to the Orioles in 83 in the AlCS was my first tough loss.

As I've gotten older I find myself not caring like I did when I was young. The Bears loss to the Colts in SB XLI was disappointing, just not that big of a deal for some reason. I think it has to do with the ridiculous salaries and outrageous ticket prices that make it hard to go to games.

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Game 7 of 1986 Smythe Divisin Final.  STEVE SMITH!

Game 1 of the 2006 Stanley Cup Finals, choking away a 3 goal lead to the Hurricanes, and also losing Dwayne Roloson.

Game 7 of the 2006 Stanley Cup Finals.  Broke my heart.

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KU losing to Syracuse in the 2003 NCAA Final. The prior year KU had made it to the final 4 and lost to Maryland in the semifinal. Everyone except for Drew Gooden returned and it was an even better team that year. Thankfully  they pulled that massive comeback vs Memphis in 2008 to win it all.

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Bucky fucking Dent.

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Hands down.

Ohio State has a bunch to choose from. But the 1998 squad was easily the best team Cooper ever put together--like, early '00s Miami/USC levels of NFL talent. The only Cooper team ever to win both the Michigan game and the bowl game. And yet they fucking blew a 24-9 lead to Michigan State.

I'm not even going to get into the Browns and Bengals.

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srossi wrote: Game 7, 2001 World Series was by far the worst. 

Game 5, 1995 Division Series vs. Seattle also still stings.


I go with the 1995 game easy. Being back in the playoffs was still fresh for Yankees fans. They were up two games to none and Yankees fans were rabid off an exciting game 2.

The 2001 Series, by then the Yanks had won a bunch of times already, overall played a lousy World Series and did not hit a lick but got bailed out, Mariano fucked the game up and a few ding hits killed them at the end, too.

To me that was not as bad as 1995 which ended with a stunning hit after a comeback.

Believe it or not, watching Tom Watson miss the putt to win the 2009 British Open was horrible, as we almost had a guy from "our day" beat the young 'uns and win a major.

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I dropped my sandwhich this morning. That was a great sandwhich too.

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PeteF3 wrote:

Hands down.

Ohio State has a bunch to choose from. But the 1998 squad was easily the best team Cooper ever put together--like, early '00s Miami/USC levels of NFL talent. The only Cooper team ever to win both the Michigan game and the bowl game. And yet they fucking blew a 24-9 lead to Michigan State.

I'm not even going to get into the Browns and Bengals.


You know at the time I imagined how this must be for an Indians fan. Lost in 1995 to a good Braves team that had to win one sometime.

But 1997, Mesa as "closer" and against a teel-clad expansion team that had no fan base. Yuck.

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yellowdog wrote: Bucky fucking Dent
But you still have Dave Fucking Roberts.  

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Here's what I wrote a few years ago when DFG started a thread asking your "Top 5 Disappointing Playoff or Tourney Losses by Teams For Which You Rooted"
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1.)NY Mets losing to the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 7 of The NLCS in 2006.

2.)Dallas Stars lose to The Edmonton Oilers in the first round of the NHL playoffs in 1997 in Game 7 when Todd Marchant scored in overtime on Andy Moog.

3.)NY Jets losing to the Denver Broncos 23-10 in the 1998/99 season AFC Championship game.

4.)NY Jets losing to The NE Patriots in the first game of the 1999 season and Vinny Testaverde goes down with a ruptured Achilles Tendon. They were favored to win the Super Bowl that season.

5.)The LA Lakers lose to The San Antonio Spurs in game 6 of the 2003 Western Conference Semifinals.

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I'm with Claw on this one. I was 10 years old when the Braves left Milwaukee and was just getting in baseball. I started listening to the Cubs on the radio in 1966. They finished dead last but the next year shot up to third place. 1969 was a magical year...until mid-August. To this day I tell people my favorite team is the Cubs and my second favorite team is whoever is playing the Mets. All these many years later I still hate them.

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BruiserBrodyMania wrote: The Bears loss to the Niners in 88 ranks up there for me since they were only 1 game away from the SB. I still hate the Niners.

Also the Sox loss to the Orioles in 83 in the AlCS was my first tough loss.

As I've gotten older I find myself not caring like I did when I was young. The Bears loss to the Colts in SB XLI was disappointing, just not that big of a deal for some reason. I think it has to do with the ridiculous salaries and outrageous ticket prices that make it hard to go to games.


I'm with BBM completely on this.

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Andyo wrote: I'm with Claw on this one. I was 10 years old when the Braves left Milwaukee and was just getting in baseball. I started listening to the Cubs on the radio in 1966. They finished dead last but the next year shot up to third place. 1969 was a magical year...until mid-August. To this day I tell people my favorite team is the Cubs and my second favorite team is whoever is playing the Mets. All these many years later I still hate them.

I still hate the Mets too.

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To BBM and CTR,

In my mind the Sox vs Cubs argument is now a moot point. The Sox won the World Series. The Cubs in 2003 were well the Cubs.

Agree with both of you about the Bears vs Colts Super Bowl. It was a mismatch.

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srossi wrote:
Game 7, 2001 World Series was by far the worst. 



My brother and I watched that on TV together but him in Chicago and me in ATL. We were on the phone and he was few seconds ahead because of my DirecTv. Once Gonzalez hit that dribbler......fuck!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Another one for me is SB 35 when Kerry Collins, the gutless bastard, shit the bed after lighting up the Vikes for 41 points in about a half. That game sucked!

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carpetbeggar wrote: Here's what I wrote a few years ago when DFG started a thread asking your "Top 5 Disappointing Playoff or Tourney Losses by Teams For Which You Rooted"
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2.)Dallas Stars lose to The Edmonton Oilers in the first round of the NHL playoffs in 1997 in Game 7 when Todd Marchant scored in overtime on Andy Moog.



Coincidentally, this might be my favourite Sports moment of all time.

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In 1993 Joe Carter (Toronto) homering off of (Phils) Mitch Williams in game six of the World Series in what had been a "magical run" for the Phils after years of nothing.

2003 NFC championship game Eagles at home vs the Tampa Bay Bucs. Eagles had handled Tampa Bay easily during the regular season and prior season playoffs, etc. The Tampa Bay franchise was a legit 0 for 30-something in weather under 35 degrees and the Birds take the opening drive in for a touchdown. 7-0 and we were printing Super Bowl tickets already. Final was 27-10 Tampa Bay and it didn't stop there as the Raiders laid down for the Bucs two weeks later.

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beejmi wrote: In 1993 Joe Carter (Toronto) homering off of (Phils) Mitch Williams in game six of the World Series in what had been a "magical run" for the Phils after years of nothing.



This.....That 1993 is still my favorite Phillies team. That was just a very fun team to watch that year.

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QB #14 (whom I will not mention by name, he is not worthy of being mentioned by name), throwing not 1 but 2 interceptions right at Larry Brown of the Dallas Cowboys in Superbowl XXX.

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This one still hurts a bit.

Game 7 1992 NL Championship Series: Atlanta 3-2 Pittsburgh

That loss sent Pittsburgh into a 20 year tailspin of losing records. Let's hope this is the year the Bucs finally get above .500!

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BruiserBrodyMania wrote: As I've gotten older I find myself not caring like I did when I was young. The Bears loss to the Colts in SB XLI was disappointing, just not that big of a deal for some reason. I think it has to do with the ridiculous salaries and outrageous ticket prices that make it hard to go to games.

This is a good point - part of it is the perceived lack of hunger a player might have for a championship when they make $15 mil a year regardless. Sort of a nice cushion to the blow of losing.

Part is also growing up and older where sports is a diversion in life and takes a back seat for kids, work, the house, mortgage, bills  etc.

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Super Bowl XXXVII.  The only real Raiders team of my adult life, the one that was 'roided to the gills, had the greatest West Coast offense of all time with Gannon to Rice and Brown breaking several records and earning Gannon the NFL MVP...Charles Woodson was locking down one whole side of the field, Janikowski was the most accurate he had been up to that point in his career, Lechler was pinning every punt inside the 20.  That team was twice as good as the Buccaneers, but it was coached by a blithering idiot, and our massively huge and talented Center went off of his bipolar meds, got into a very dark place, and drank himself almost into a coma.  And still, going into the 4th quarter, a couple of bombs put us back into the game, only down two scores with about 9 mins to play.  Then Dexter Jackson picked off a couple and killed every chance I would have of seeing my Raiders win a Super Bowl since I was 12 years old.  That was a devastating loss...


...but my most devastating loss was the fucking Tuck Rule Game, where the Raiders got deep dicked by a biased officiating crew that historically called more penalties on the Raiders than any other team they worked against.  Woodson stripped that ball from Brady, Brady knew and knows it, and it meant nothing.  No disrespect to Brady, he would have still gone on to become as great as he is.  But that game should have been a loss.  My son was two years old, and walked in on me as I slammed the remote into the ground hard enough to break it into six pieces, and he ran away from me crying.  THAT is the loss of my adult life that just sticks in my ass to this day.

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Super Bowl XXXVII.  The only real Raiders team of my adult life, the one that was 'roided to the gills, had the greatest West Coast offense of all time with Gannon to Rice and Brown breaking several records and earning Gannon the NFL MVP...Charles Woodson was locking down one whole side of the field, Janikowski was the most accurate he had been up to that point in his career, Lechler was pinning every punt inside the 20.  That team was twice as good as the Buccaneers, but it was coached by a blithering idiot, and our massively huge and talented Center went off of his bipolar meds, got into a very dark place, and drank himself almost into a coma.  And still, going into the 4th quarter, a couple of bombs put us back into the game, only down two scores with about 9 mins to play.  Then Dexter Jackson picked off a couple and killed every chance I would have of seeing my Raiders win a Super Bowl since I was 12 years old.  That was a devastating loss...


...but my most devastating loss was the fucking Tuck Rule Game, where the Raiders got deep dicked by a biased officiating crew that historically called more penalties on the Raiders than any other team they worked against.  Woodson stripped that ball from Brady, Brady knew and knows it, and it meant nothing.  No disrespect to Brady, he would have still gone on to become as great as he is.  But that game should have been a loss.  My son was two years old, and walked in on me as I slammed the remote into the ground hard enough to break it into six pieces, and he ran away from me crying.  THAT is the loss of my adult life that just sticks in my ass to this day.


The #1 most devestating loss for me was that Duke game, and #2 was the 1990 Nascar season when Mark Martin had the championship locked up but then Jack Roush decided to borrow a car from Robert Yates for the final race at Atlanta, not running his own equipment that got them there all season, and lost the title by only 26 points. I'm not even going to get into the BS penalty Nascar called on him earlier in the season that cost them 46 points, running at borrowed car in the final race of the season was a bonehead move by Jack and I worship Jack Roush, but man..:X

That said, the 2 games you just mentioned are in my top 5, although I'd flip that, the tuck-rule game to me is the most infuriating NFL game I've ever witnessed..SCREWED my Raiders...

FUCK the Patriots. Fuck em right in their ear..

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As a matter of interest, how many of you were present at the most devastating losses in person?

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I was at the White Sox losses to the Orioles at Comiskey Park in 1983.

Tito Landrum homered to kill us and Jerry Dybzynski was running the bases like an idiot.

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I am genuinely surprised I didn't mention this previously, but the Men's basketball gold medal game in the 1972 Olympics will always stick in my craw.  Even all these years later I get pissed just thinking about it.



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