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And who is this D chick that can't compose a sentence? Are you on drugs? Stroke? What?
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Who is this dope Harriet something or other? I thought this was a football blog. You're lost girl.
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Oh and D, why are there ants in your mole hill?
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LOL, D "free thinking". Typing while convulsing isn't free thinking.
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Canes 20 point favorites. USF usually plays us hard, but they really aren't very good. I'd think we cover, but kind of game we could show up flat after the Sav St scrimmage. I hope not. If we do, we'll like do it again the next week and Ga Tech is no slouch.
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Eddie Johnson off to nowheres ville after flunking out among other troubles and Gallo thinks he's the greatest player ever. Probably thought Willie Williams was too. They're both in the too dumb to play modern football mold. Why's nobody of note pick him up?
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We offer so few sports that I think spending big bucks on an AD is a complete waste. Great though it would be, there is no on or near campus stadium in our future, so the notion the AD needs to be some super fund raiser is off base, IMHO. Spend the money to attract and retain the best possible asst coaches.
Toggle Commented Oct 5, 2012 on We Hardly Knew U? at Canespace
For a program with relatively sports and no on campus football stadium to manage, I'm not sure why UM has more than a low level/low $ AD. The only thing the AD does that really matters is hiring and managing the coaches. When that is needed a consultant is used for screening anyway. Let the Trustees step up since they need to approve the hire anyway. Huge $ could be saved with this approach and plowed into the programs, esp the football asst coach salary category where we are well below market for big time programs.
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There are so many dumb comments to choose from when selecting the bonehead comment of the day, it becomes difficult to sort through them all. Unfortunately for those of you wishing to win this award, the competition is locked up by Gallo and his various names. The inability to grasp what a 2 deep roster is and then use that complicated math called counting and then doing a % in order to see undergrad % is a candidate. But, the winner is that "the NFL looks to bowl players first... always" Sure they do. That's why they spend millions on scouting and combines and draft lots of guys from DII and the 'directional" schools. And no one would have draft Barkley had he come out right? Not without that meaningless bowl game on his junior year resume. The sequel to Dumb and Dumber was just announced as Dumb and Dumber To (kinda funny I think), but I'd have gone with Dumb, Dumber and Gallo.
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There are so many dumb comments to choose from when selecting the bonehead comment of the day, it becomes difficult to sort through them all. Unfortunately for those of you wishing to win this award, the competition is locked up by Gallo and his various names. The inability to grasp what a 2 deep roster is and then use that complicated math called counting and then doing a % in order to see undergrad % is a candidate. But, the winner is that "the NFL looks to bowl players first... always" Sure they do. That's why they spend millions on scouting and combines and draft lots of guys from DII and the 'directional" schools. And no one would have draft Barkley had he come out right? Not without that meaningless bowl game on his junior year resume. The sequel to Dumb and Dumber was just announced as Dumb and Dumber To (kinda funny I think), but I'd have gone with Dumb, Dumber and Gallo.
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Canefan'72 writes on and on but doesn't understand 1 of football's basic plays. Let me try to explain it like I do to my 6 year old daughter: When you are on D and it is 3rd and long you have 3 basic choices: 1. Play your base defense 2. Bring 5 or more guys 3. Rush 3, drop 8, keep the play in front of you forcing a punt. She got it on the ist try.
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