We need more descriptive score keeping than the simple "X-X" final total. In much the same way that baseball scores by innings, or tennis has set-by-set counts (or really any sport has at least some temporal division), ultimate needs something more robust to help keep the fan clued in.
We asked a group of very successful endzone cutters to describe their habits. Be it pretty, ugly, efficient, patterned or random; a goal is a goal, and only scoring matters.
I'm angry. If you've ever seen ultimate played competitively, you know that people often celebrate after scoring. Sometimes these celebrations take it way too far, and frankly, it's just annoying.
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