Not much to say that hasn't been said already...great post Jason! Obviously, timing is the crucial element for 97L...it needs to tighten up a bit and slow down a tad, but it's held together remarkably well thus far.
Jamie, I had the link once but lost it and now I'm too lazy to look...could you post the link for the Dvorak #s.
1969. I'm sure a lot of you remember that one well, especially Frank P. Lets not hope for a year like that ever again.
Will keep an eye on 97L, and I wouldn't keep my eyes too far from the GOM either...it's a friggin' hot tub down there and all it needs is a trigger.
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