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  1. On 1/28/2023 at 9:20 PM, ---I GREEN INFECTION I--- said:

    NOPE…Dog has been here going on +4-hrs.

    His mama is pretty HOTT (this image doesn’t do her justice), el perrito as move to Mama’s lap (thus no longer taking up a human chair) & I’ve learned the K-9’s nane is:


    ….so I’m becoming less the “…get of my lawn guy.”




    They're both cute.  I'd have left.

  2. On 1/28/2023 at 6:59 PM, ---I GREEN INFECTION I--- said:


    W/everyone’s fav ID community college shooting 77% & my Rams in the mid-30%’s, I’ll pass on discussing hoops.

    I’m currently moving from The Valley to the Hollywood Hills, so I figured I watch our lone game this wk at my old corner bar in Franklin Village.  

    I fancy myself as a “dog guy,” however you got to draw the line somewhere ¿right?  I had to wait for +10-mins to get a seat at the bar, while this lil’ K-9 the size of many cats has been bellied up for at least well over-an-hr.

    ¿Do I have a valid gripe…or is this a “hey…kids get off my lawn” post?


    ¡¡¡ GO STATE…beat the blu burros !!!


    It's "get off my lawn".

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  3. On 1/26/2023 at 10:16 AM, SparkysDad said:

    Not terribly knowledgeable, but have followed BSU basketball closely the last 10 years or so.

    I still don't trust the program to continue on the level they've played so far this season. I'm a Debbie Downer on their shooting percentages, the fact that Max Rice is a critical cog to their success and that Degenhart, while fun to watch, is fairly unathletic! I can't help myself but to anticipate some type of late season slump and getting destroyed by better teams...

    Go Broncos? <_< 


    Agree on Degenhart.  He should move along.  Has he seen Ft. Collins?  Asking for a friend.

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  4. On 1/22/2023 at 7:10 PM, SJSUMFA2013 said:

    Eagles-Bengals Super Bowl. I don’t even need to watch next week. 

    It was always going to be the Eagles.  The Bengals@Chiefs should be worth the watch if Mahomes is healthy.

  5. The Cowboys are a f'king joke.  I've been saying for years that Dak wouldn't start anywhere else, and tonight they showed just how inept their coaching staff is.  I have no idea how they made the playoffs.  I haven't watched them all year, and was just flabbergasted at how crappy a playoff team can be.

  6. On 1/22/2023 at 7:30 PM, PTR said:

    There was literally a 0.0 percent chance of this happening. My initial reaction when this story broke was that somehow UNM baseball players had intentionally worked their way back to the locker room to start shit. Had that been the case I would have 100% supported cryin Leon's narrative.

    I might not be a x4Grad at UNM, but I known a few people and asked around. 

    1.) There were NM St. Police 20 feet away from the incident

    2.) Boise's staff heard the noise of 30 + baseball players in the hallway, and even had an assistant coach pop his head out of the door. There are also timers in the vistor locker room. It would have been easy for Leon to send someone out to clear the corridor. Instead, he chose to send his players back out. 

    3.) There was some verbal smack back and forth, but nothing close to physical altercations. 

    4.) UNM  formally apologized to Boise admin, but Leon was clearly triggered after a hard fought over time loss and like he has many times prior, cried and whined like a little bitch to the media. 

    The end. 

    Why didn't they have their guns drawn?


    Signed, X4

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  7. On 1/22/2023 at 5:01 PM, soupslam1 said:

    If a brawl had ensued I’m sure the response in this thread would be entirely different. Who would win the baseball or basketball players? 

    A brawl didn't ensue.  It was very unlikely that it would ensue, except for those players that Leon used to coach that would start one (his words).  Lesson learned.  I'm sure that UNM will make sure to have the red carpet in the hallway for Leon next time.

  8. On 1/22/2023 at 3:44 PM, Hoser said:

    It seems like many are trying to make this situation much bigger than it really is.  Testosterone amped athletes crossing paths in a narrow hallway is a recipe for something bad happening.  The person or persons in charge of planning events should be reprimanded but this had absolutely nothing to do with the outcome of this game.

    Absolutely.  Unlike actually being on a court or field together.  The only notable thing about this event is how much it has been blown out of proportion, and that is fun to watch.

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  9. On 1/22/2023 at 12:44 PM, 4XGrad said:

    You mean like Michigan and Michigan State? Sorry but I have way spent too much time around testosterone filled groups to even think for a second that is not a powder keg.

    Yes some kids are adult enough to keep it together.... So many are not. Some will not be able to keep it together at any point in their lives... just look around you. Read a fricken paper any day of the week. Some people allow themselves to be controlled by their emotions. Some people do not. Often people get better at it as they get older... not everyone. When you are talking a total of 40 to 50 young guys the probability of at least one of them setting off the keg goes up exponentially.

    Relax.  The league is requiring additional hall monitors for teams hosting Leon.  It's all good.

  10. On 1/21/2023 at 5:36 PM, OrediggerPoke said:

    Of potential interest - Ike was out of the boot and looked to be moving around pain free.  Was rebounding balls during shoot around for the first time all year.  

    He's got a medical redshirt locked up.  Would they really bring him back this year?  I'd be very surprised.

  11. On 1/21/2023 at 9:41 AM, Broncos4Ever said:

    Get real - every coach in this league would have complained if that happened to their team, and rightfully so.

    Nowhere did Leon make any correlation between the incident and the OT loss. 

    Every other coach in the conference would have taken it to the conference instead of the media.  UNM didn't do a good job of sharing the hallway.  The horror!

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  12. On 1/20/2023 at 6:22 AM, Did I hear a WOOSH? said:

    The aac is the only g5 conference guaranteed to survive at this point, except for maybe the MAC. 

    Pretty arrogant that the AAC is guaranteed to survive. 

    I'd say that there situation is definitely more tenuous than the MWC.  I don't see either folding, but the AAC piggybacks a ton on the markets that bigger conferences own.  The MWC, while not in the biggest markets, certainly has less competition for those markets.

  13. On 1/18/2023 at 6:09 PM, battle.borne said:

    Techcially they are student athletes who represent a University and who must be academically eligble to play.  So if you want a free for all like we have, make them paid contractors, issue 1099's for the income, and don't make them attend classes etc.

    The money doesn't come from the university.  The university can't have any say in that money.  I agree with you though that they should control the cash flow affecting their programs.  I don't think the $$ have really changed all that much pre-NIL to post-NIL.  It's just in the open now.  Good.  Now let's draw the line between amateur athletics and pro athletics.  All this crap is bad for college athletics, but it does offer the opportunity to finally clean them up and make them stronger than ever.  If the NCAA can't take advantage of this opportunity (remember that the P5 openly and legitimately runs the NCAA), then that body needs disbanded.

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  14. On 1/18/2023 at 4:25 PM, battle.borne said:

    It should have been more controlled.  "Earnings" should have been placed into a revocable trust, monthly withdrawals limited to 100% of county AMI and only accesible if they were in academic good standing.  JMHO 

    Why.  Technically it has nothing to do with sports.  Just Name, Image, and Likeness.  If that is indeed what the money is for, then no outside party has the right to manage the deal.  If that's not what it's actually for, then it's pay for play and it's illegal.

    The NCAA does need to grow some stones and enforce the difference, or embrace pay for play.  It can be either/or.  It can't be both.

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  15. On 1/18/2023 at 10:52 AM, Billings said:

    I'm LFMAO.  Sorry if that's wrong, but that's where this thing has been headed since day 1.  As Swoll stated, the entire NIL process cannot be pay for play.  Of course it is on all of the big deals, but this time it'd be pretty hard to prove it's not.  That actually is one of the rare NCAA violations still left.  I've been saying from day one that the way this thing will finally stabilize will be through all the greed and the (now legal) bag men f*&king it up.

    I'm loving this, other than the terrible advice that QB is getting in his life.  I don't care how good he is, there are a whole lot of schools that just decided they don't want him for any price.

    That Florida collective?  The article said that they "terminated the binding agreement".  I hope he buries their dumb asses.

  16. On 1/18/2023 at 12:53 PM, soupslam1 said:

    There should have been a rule put in place that pay had to be commensurate with the value of work the player did for the payee. However, not sure if that would legally fly and would be difficult to enforce. 

    As a player I’d damn well get a NIL contract from the paying party before I signed a NLI. 

    Some states have that rule, Colorado for one.  However, you're right about it being difficult to enforce.  Who has the right to tell a car dealer that one commercial for $1,000,000 with the local QB isn't a fair amount?  Really poor judgement if you're actually looking to advertise, but the market sets fair market value and that car dealer just upped the ante for "fair market value".

  17. On 1/16/2023 at 3:59 PM, Side Show Joe said:

    That is a logical position, but would the CSU's mega donors still hold that position if the MWC was looking to expand with a bunch of FCS call ups? 

    I don't know.  That's why I said "probably not".  Things change, and so do opinions and attitudes.  I think the current alumni would very much prefer to avoid being in some far flung conference, but if the current conference make up changed dramatically (especially losing some east side teams) then it could be a whole new ball game.  We like being in a conference with Wyo, UNM, USU, and AFA.  Being with SDSU and to a great extent Fresno matters to us.  Boise is a little bitch, but we'd keep her before we'd choose to separate from her.  Trading those teams for schools out east would be a hard pill to swallow.

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  18. On 1/15/2023 at 9:29 PM, ridgeview2 said:

    The NFL was rooting hard for the Ravens tonight so they didn't have to face the music between the Bengals and Bills next week. 

    The music?  As in over the top ratings?  I'm pretty sure that's what the NFL exists for.

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