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Re: 2-17 in last 6 games of the last 3 seasons

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Is it fair to judge a head coach on his record? Of course. But that doesn't mean people won't also analyze what is occurring on the field. It isn't scapegoating. Holgorsen is ultimately responsible for the execution, but the players play the game. Talking about what players are doing wrong doesn't mean you believe the coaches aren't ultimately responsible.

I like Trickett and root for him, but the offense struggled for several weeks and a lot of that falls on him. His job is to get the ball to playmakers and he wasn't doing it. Howard came in and got it done. Should Trickett be benched? No way, but he should be on a shorter leash.

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Re: My Deforest-Hitler video

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I'm taking it up a notch. Making this little video actually made me feel better. Feel free to forward it on to as many folks as you can. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHgCMOW_twI




Thanks. Made my day.

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Re: Jack Says Kansas State, Thursday Night Terror

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TD and 3 point conversion and we go to OT.

Posted on: 11/20 10:34 pm
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Re: Jack Says Kansas State, Thursday Night Terror

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Magoo is having a tizzy.

Posted on: 11/20 10:31 pm
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Re: Jack Says Kansas State, Thursday Night Terror

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F me running!

Posted on: 11/20 10:01 pm
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Re: Jack Says Kansas State, Thursday Night Terror

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wvudee wrote:
Can these f*cktards go one kickoff without a f*cking flag? How stupid can you be?!!!


Be careful. They might interpret that as a challenge.

Posted on: 11/20 9:47 pm
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Re: Jack Says Kansas State, Thursday Night Terror

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Skyler Howard has a bindi.

Posted on: 11/20 9:45 pm
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Re: Jack Says Kansas State, Thursday Night Terror

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Fire efore tomorrow morning

Posted on: 11/20 9:40 pm
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Re: Jack Says Kansas State, Thursday Night Terror

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Trickett needs to stop f#$%ing up.

Posted on: 11/20 9:13 pm
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Re: WVU has more talent on roster than KSU

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Also, Yoda was 900 years old when he died; Snyder is 75.


Yoda died? Thanks for the spoiler alert.

Posted on: 11/20 5:53 pm
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Re: WVU has more talent on roster than KSU

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Heaven forbid a head coach try to build the facilities and infrastructure to develop a winning program. I guess Huggs is a whiny little bitch because he wanted a basketball training facility.

Bill Snyder is the exception, not the rule. When he leaves you will hear a gigantic sucking sound coming from Manhattan, Kansas, and it will be their football program.

Posted on: 11/20 3:18 pm
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Re: 2015 schedule

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Galloway

Posted on: 11/20 11:17 am
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Re: WVU's troubled Miramar pipeline

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I think you all are reading the article wrong. Vingle is saying that SI got its facts wrong about Efore and Oklahoma State, and that Cogdell doesn't appear to have done anything wrong at Miramar. He brings it up to show SI isn't always accurate. He isn't trying to link Efore to this.


I re-read the story and just don't take it that way. To me it seems as if he is trying to just say WVU assistants have a history of suspicion of corruption. But perhaps you are correct.
When the whole thing came out about DeForest I kinda jumped the gun and assumed he had committed the infractions. I think this time I'll just wait and see.


Funny. I re-read it and think you may be right. He doesn't mention that both the NCAA and Oklahoma State also cleared Efore of any wrongdoing while at Oklahoma State.

Posted on: 11/20 11:16 am
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Re: WVU's troubled Miramar pipeline

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I think you all are reading the article wrong. Vingle is saying that SI got its facts wrong about Efore and Oklahoma State, and that Cogdell doesn't appear to have done anything wrong at Miramar. He brings it up to show SI isn't always accurate. He isn't trying to link Efore to this.

Posted on: 11/20 7:56 am
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Re: Ferguson

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If they wanted justice they'd accept the decision of their peers, as rendered by the JUSTICE system, and move on.


The US doesn't have a justice system. We have a legal system. They are two different things. People who look to the courts for "justice" usually come away feeling betrayed and empty.

Posted on: 11/19 4:07 pm
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Re: 2015 schedule

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Our OOC schedules moving forward will be pretty good. Our 2016 OOC opponents are Missouri, Youngstown State and BYU (at FedEx).

Future OOC Opponents

Posted on: 11/19 4:02 pm
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Re: WVU's Greek Tragedy

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I was an active brother at a fraternity at WVU from 1983 to 1988. I never saw a pledge forced to consume alcohol. Not once. I saw plenty of them drink way too much on their own, and drink under age, but not forced to consume it.


A close friend of mine was a Frat Boy at WVU. I am not going to name him or his old Frat but I remember his telling me that they bought kegs of Red White and Blue and Natty Bo and kept them by a boiler for three months. they were made to drink that along with other things that were not identified during hell night. It use to happen.


It still happens. A lot.


I am not saying it doesn't happen at other fraternities. I don't know what happens at other fraternities. My comment was simply to show that this isn't a problem at every fraternity. Each fraternity is different, and in my experience the houses that have better alumni support and are supervised more closely by chapter advisors and the national organization stand a better chance of not running into trouble. As I understand it, this fraternity had lost its national charter, meaning its national organization had kicked them out. That doesn't happen without a series of problems and a significant lack of leadership at the local level. To attribute that to all fraternities is like saying all NFL players are troublemakers and serve no purpose just because one of them knocks his fiancé out in an elevator.

Posted on: 11/19 2:14 pm
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Re: Jack Says Kansas State, Thursday Night Terror

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Lambert at the buzzer.

Posted on: 11/19 1:40 pm
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Re: Early Top 9 for Playoffs

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MekaGojira wrote:
Mine would be:

FSU
Bama
Oregon
TCU

Ohio St
Baylor
Miss St
Georgia

Baylor shouldn't be rewarded for their weak ooc schedule. I'm also factoring in the likelihood that a team will be a conference champion.


If Baylor and TCU win out, isn't Baylor the conference champion?

Posted on: 11/18 3:40 pm
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Re: This and That

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1642 wrote:

The only reason they weren't in it last year was the fluke ran back vs Auburn


I wouldn't call it a fluke. I would call it being unprepared. After the short field goal, Alabama had a bunch of 325 pound linemen trying to chase down and tackle a return man. He would have scored in flag football against those guys.

Posted on: 11/18 3:39 pm
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