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Insight, News, and Opinion by Nick Abramo
Welcome to Bedrock Sports Marlboro, your go-to place for compelling tales of some of the city's fascinating people, places and history. Editor/writer Nick Abramo was 1 1/2 when his family moved from Waltham to Marlboro in 1961. He got to know many residents, of course, during his formative years and graduation from MHS in 1978, while writing for the Enterprise-Sun from 1981 through 1986 and by keeping up with some of them on Facebook since 2010.
By now, you may have heard that Marlboro’s big, bruising Liam Shanahan is going to be playing one more season of major college football next fall at LSU. It was just a few years ago that Shanahan — a 6-foot-5, 304-pound starting center for the 5-5 Tigers last fall — starred for the Marlboro Panthers while playing four sports. Marlboro’s Liam Shanahan is ready for his second season at LSU.
(Image credit: ESPN.com). And he could swing a mean bat on the baseball field. Listen to
Get ready to go on a Super Bowl trip with me. Not to Tampa, but down memory lane. I’ve watched most every minute of every Super Bowl and if you name a year, I can tell you who won, although the last 10 years are harder to keep straight in my mind than the first 44. So, yes, the Super Bowl has always meant a lot to me, and once you have a string going, you want to keep it going, right? I’ll be in front of the TV watching the Kansas City Chiefs play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on