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You got the record over the last three years reversed making it look like they got better each year rather than getting worse each year as was the case.
I'm afraid that no one will be able to explain it so that you can understand until you have finished third grade.
You know that you have a packed RB room if Snoop Connor isn't one of the first two.
I respect this young man and trust him to make the decision that is best for him and his family. However, it worries me from a fan standpoint because I have found that nothing disrupts an offense more than having to make a change at center.
Not to mention that Ole Miss has proven to be a very good place for receivers to go.
Your post doesn't make any sense. Kermit Davis makes $3 million per yer and Ole Miss has done huge facility upgrades over the last few years. I'd say that they spend quite a bit on basketball. Not nearly as much as Kentucky, but probably more than most SEC schools.
"As of Sunday morning, players’ parents had not been notified by school officials of any positive test results, sources said." The school will not notify the parents. The players are adults. Their PHI is protected by law and cannot be divulged. It is up to players who test positive to notify their parents if they so desire. The school would be breaking multiple laws if it gave out PHI such as medical test results.
I love humorous, satirical "news" like this. It's always nice to start the day with a laugh.
You slowed him, but at the expense of freeing up Ealy and the passing game. Plumlee had small numbers but had a big impact on the game.
Didn't your cowbells compete against South Alabama a few years ago? How's that work out for you?
State put a spy on Plumlee which did limit his yardage, but also allowed Ealy to have a big day against State and also opened up the passing game. So, although they limited his stat line, they did not lessen his impact on the game.
He can indeed tell them that Ole Miss had the youngest team in the ncaa last year
I'd be curious to hear which of the following games you consider a "likely" loss for Ole Miss: Southeast Missouri, Vanderbilt or UConn. Sure, Ole Miss can lose and has lost to Vanderbilt plenty, but to call it "likely" as you do is a bit of a stretch.
It doesn't take a genius to read my posts and yours and determine who is more "relaxed". Perhaps you would be wise to follow your own advice.
Gee, I wonder what team you're a fan of...
Says the fan of the team currently on probation.
State's all time win percentage is 0.493, Vandy's is 0.495. Who is the "doormat for the SEC"?
Does he troll the internet about individuals and situations that he knows nothing about or is that just you that does that?
It looks like you have it down pretty well yourself
It looks like you have it down pretty well yourself
This hard core Ole Miss fan offers prayers and well wishes for the young men and their families.
Yes. You should worry about that with Mullen, but this isn’t the place to post about your problems