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Just now, Wyovanian said:

So you're a swallower?

I’m a real +++++in’ man!  I gotta big +++++in’ dick!  And I know how to treat a +++++in’ woman!

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1 minute ago, ph90702 said:

I don’t cum after two seconds.  I build up my load and shoot ropes.  I’m NOT a dribbler.

Then you probably should wear goggles. 

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5 minutes ago, ph90702 said:

I’m a real +++++in’ man!  I gotta big +++++in’ dick!  And I know how to treat a +++++in’ woman!

Because you're good enough, smart enough, and gosh darn it, people like you!

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6 minutes ago, ph90702 said:

I’m a real +++++in’ man!  I gotta big +++++in’ dick!  And I know how to treat a +++++in’ woman!

Stuart Smalley affirmations with Tourette's enhancement. Nice.

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9 minutes ago, ph90702 said:

Oklahoma has a shitload of money, and they can be elite at basketball if they wanna be.

Signed, Lon Kruger.

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14 minutes ago, Wyovanian said:

Signed, Lon Kruger.

Oklahoma is an upper tier P5 school.  Leaving for a mid tier P5 is a lateral move at best, and leaving for a low tier P5 like Washington State is a downgrade.

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19 minutes ago, ph90702 said:

Oklahoma is an upper tier P5 school.  Leaving for a mid tier P5 is a lateral move at best, and leaving for a low tier P5 like Washington State is a downgrade.

So, basically, what you're saying is, UNLV could be "elite", but doesn't have the money?

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21 minutes ago, ph90702 said:

Oklahoma is an upper tier P5 school.  Leaving for a mid tier P5 is a lateral move at best, and leaving for a low tier P5 like Washington State is a downgrade.

Iowa St and Washington St are not comparable

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1 hour ago, ph90702 said:

Oklahoma has a shitload of money, and they can be elite at basketball if they wanna be.

Lubbock makes Ames look like...Las Vegas...

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1 hour ago, ph90702 said:

Oklahoma is an upper tier P5 school.  Leaving for a mid tier P5 is a lateral move at best, and leaving for a low tier P5 like Washington State is a downgrade.

LOL. I guess we (referring to Oklahoma here) could be if we wanted but we play in a trashy outdated arena with fairly little fan support. I'd say mid tier P5 is probably a reasonably accurate decription.

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10 hours ago, Yellow Evan said:

LOL. I guess we (referring to Oklahoma here) could be if we wanted but we play in a trashy outdated arena with fairly little fan support. I'd say mid tier P5 is probably a reasonably accurate decription.

Oklahoma is not a mid tier P5.  They are extremely wealthy.  Their athletic department is loaded.

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10 hours ago, Yellow Evan said:

LOL. I guess we (referring to Oklahoma here) could be if we wanted but we play in a trashy outdated arena with fairly little fan support. I'd say mid tier P5 is probably a reasonably accurate decription.

Oklahoma averaged 8500 last year and 10,200 the year before.  Support is just fine.

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12 hours ago, Wyobraska said:

Iowa St and Washington St are not comparable

Iowa State averaged 14,000 last season.  Washington State averaged 2300. I think your point is well taken.

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1 hour ago, ph90702 said:

Oklahoma is not a mid tier P5.  They are extremely wealthy.  Their athletic department is loaded.

What would you consider upper tier P5 then? At least in basketball, that's somewhere like Illinois or Arizona (teams with some tradition/fan support but not blue blood levels). Teams like Oklahoma and Texas and USC are basically football schools with deep pockets.

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