By: Mike Sullivan

His name is Jack, he’s from Sterling Heights, and he may have just had the best call in 97.1 The Ticket history.

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At the very end of The Karsch and Anderson show, around 1:45pm, he called in to talk to Doug and Gator about “DeflateGate.” However, the conversation turned into much, much more than that.

Jack began by thanking the guys for doing a sports talk show on the radio. He said he’s used to only hearing political talk shows, and just came across The Ticket.

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He then told Doug and Scott about his credentials. Jack claimed that he played semi-pro football back in 1973 and had an offer to play with the Miami Dolphins straight out of high school.

He used his expertise to talk about how beneficial deflating a football is.

Jack then went into detail about being a power lifter, an idea-man, and having Jimmy Hoffa as his mentor.

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Simply put, you just have to take a listen for yourself.