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  1. For what is is worth, over on USUfans one guy says he was sitting right at the tunnel that Nevada exited into and said the whole Nevada team exited calmly, and that Caroline didn't appear to be agitated at that point. Also said the fans around that vicinity where generally saying things like good game and trying to high five Nevada. There is also video of Nevada exiting the floor and no obvious altercation appears to happen. If anything happened it appears it was after Nevada left the court, but it appears most people will be content to assume USU students instigated it, although the evidence appears to be otherwise.
  2. I don't disagree, just trying to make the point he is getting paid pretty decently for a Mountain West coach.
  3. Wells is making about $1.1 million this year from what I have seen.
  4. Something, he landed sort of weird on a play and did get hit in the head and lost his helmet, so probably being cautious about a concussion.
  5. Somebody post something like claiming USU has the best attendance and fan support or maybe poke some Boise or SDSU fans with a stick. Maybe claim that USU had the best moral victories over the past 8 years or something. 😉
  6. Hmm odd that Boise doesn't seem to make it to the MWC championship when they have the "easy" half of the west division weird. To answer your question USU doesn't have much in the way of "marquee" wins. I think that is part of the problem of college football is the argument you are attempting to make of giving automatic preference to teams because they were good in the past. The only thing of relevance is the current year and maybe the past year. College team rosters usually change dramatically year to year, what does it matter if you went to the Fiesta bowl 5 years ago if no of those players are on the team still? Imagine in another sports league like say the NFL saying that the Eagles are a better team this year than say the Chiefs because the Eagles won a big game last year and when was the last time the Chiefs won the Super bowl? It is silly. I am not going to argue about that USU has a great track record of winning against some supposed big time team that sets the bar for what makes a team good. You can only play the games you have, is it USUs fault that in large part the rest of the conference doesn't have winning records? I will be the first to admit that if USU comes up against a team with a solid defensive scheme and an offense that can actually score that USU might fall flat on their face, but for now I would wager the USU football team is happy to have people underestimate them.
  7. So two team that are slightly above .500 congrats. I haven't seen anyone making the argument that USU has played a tough schedule. Sagarin has Fresno at something like #91 for SOS and USU at #116 so again congratulations your sos is dominating USU by being so great. I guess if you want to hang your hat on the #91 sos go ahead.
  8. Tell us about the plethora of teams on Fresno's schedule with winning records.
  9. But why do they leave the tent? That seems to be biggest mystery in this story.
  10. I think this is one of the more interesting rabbit holes I have come across. One can obviously not be certain, but a natural phenomenon like wind or an avalanche does not seem probable. I suspect there was some sort of cover up involved. I think the mysterious lights spotted by others point to some sort of top secret testing in the area. Whether the group actually saw something they were not meant to see or not, someone in the Soviet government and/or military learned they were heading to the area and was suspicious they had or would probably see something by being in the area and had them eliminated. Some of the group possibly resisted leading to the traumatic injuries while the rest were forced out into the cold night without any gear that would allow them to survive, the perpetrators knowing that they would die from hypothermia. This lead to at least some staging of things at the camp by the perpetrators to obscure what had happened. That is my best guess. Thanks for putting this together.