By: Mike Sullivan
@mikesullivan

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

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.

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.

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

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