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  2. Paraphrasing here......"The Pac 12 should have been a 1 to 2 bid league", but they get an automatic 1 bid anyway and got 2 in this year......we do not claim him....
  3. I don’t think the average college fan doesn’t “notice” the AAC (or MWC) much at all.
  4. How dare anyone suggest separation of powers, checks and balances, and constraints on government are a good thing. And under my proposal, Californians would be far happier anyway as they wouldn’t have to worry about dealing with those people they loathe in Wyoming.
  5. I can't disagree with anything here. Stew was a fantastic coach, but had warts in recruiting and OOC scheduling. Like any other revered figure throughout history, he had some glaring flaws. That doesn't take away from the fact that he was a fantastic coach and is a great all around guy. As for the post NMSU comments while in the wac,He said something similar as that when USU lost to Nevada in OT in 2007 "If the WAC is a one bid league, why are we even in it?" He seemed to have a bit of a victims mentality when it came to playing tough competition, as you illustrated so well in your talking about Georgetown and TAM. I also heard from a pretty good source when we were rumored in a better conference via "the project" Stew was delighted when it fell through so he didn't have to play those tougher teams. Now if Stew were still here, I'd fully agree with the posters that say will lose based on the "USU has never been good in the tourney." The differences between this years team and teams of old make that argument invalid based on the differences you fluently (and with perfect grammar and syntax) laid out. If we do lose to Washington, it won't be because we are not prepared or because we haven't played teams similar to them, and that's a very encouraging thought.
  6. How dare the people of California demand that their votes be counted equally to those in Wyoming
  7. It’s so in the face of everything this country stands for. I’m actually surprised so many support the idea. A lot of ignorant folks need to crack open a history book and learn why the system is set up the way it is.
  8. So with certain heavy blue states forming a pact to bypass the electoral college and a movement to eliminate it altogether, the push to ensure the president be perpetually elected by Democrat urban centers will drive an irreconcilable wedge. If the Democrats succeed in this plan to do away with the EC, I want the union to disband and form into smaller regional countries that are connected by cultural and political commonalities. There can be a confederation formed between the regions for free trade and commerce mutual defense, natural resources, etc. but each should be able to decide their own social and economic policy. To be honest, it’s getting to the point where I don’t consider people like AOC, Liz Warren, Ilhan Omar, Eric Swalwell, and Donald Trump as my fellow countrymen anymore. My philosophy on law, justice, humanity, and spirituality is so far apart from theirs that I don’t see much of a common bond or reason to keep this thing going. In an ideal world, we could shake hands and mutually agree to separate into smaller countries with treaties and agreements that would ensure peace and tranquility. I don’t know if that’s possible with this country but it’s been done before in others. https://www.bostonherald.com/2019/03/19/battenfeld-warrens-attack-on-electoral-college-pandering-at-its-worst/?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=socialflow&utm_content=fb-bostonherald https://www.bostonherald.com/2019/03/19/baker-opposes-mass-deal-to-bypass-electoral-college/?utm_content=fb-bostonherald&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=socialflow&utm_source=facebook.com
  9. Per Richard Isaacs. Yes, another recruit’s dad. (And sounds like he wants Miller, btw) The one thing that I can unequivocally say to be true The AD at UNLV has her go to folks and is not listening to anybody close to the lifeblood of any program, meaning players!
  10. If you've already had it, it can recur in shingles. If you've never been infected it will be chickenpox and then you're also at risk for shingles later. Better call @Jack Bauer for "will know for real" backup though
  11. I mean, I kinda get it. Our president refuses to condemn white supremacist terrorism but vilifies Muslims every chance he get. Erdogan looks sane by comparison. But wapo publishing this is a bad look. I’m sure any number of opinion writers who aren’t murderous dictators could have made this incredibly obvious observation.
  12. Today
  13. No, the Onion has more journalistic integrity than WaPo.
  14. As a libertarian, I perceive all authoritarianism a threat, whether it comes from the right or the left. You are a leftist authoritarian, no doubt about that.
  15. Christian Brown commited to Georgia within 24 hours of Marvs firing. Looks like there was still a chance to land him. Thursday you say?
  16. the p6 thing was pure genius....and legtimitely only people who hate te aac noticed 1 cbs graphic for a few seconds everyone else noticed that the aac got 4bids and 2nits
  17. Odd for an adult to get chickenpox... I thought the virus typically manifested in adults in the form of shingles?
  18. I generally also like to think there are less Pack fans who like to bitch at each other back and forth for 20+ pages lol
  19. That's funny. CBS did a graphic on Sunday listing a breakdown of the bids. They focused on the P6. Big 10, SEC, ACC, Big 12, Pac 12....and the Big East. The same conference whose TV deal was signed 6 years ago, doesnt include football, but is still only about 2 to 2.5 million per year per team behind this new deal. Yeah...a marketing genius, that Aresco.
  20. Stanford was right to fire Johnny Dawkins. I’m not entirely sold on Jerod Haase though.
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