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  1. Amen brotha. Also note we seem to have developed a plan B in we have Jarad Mosely as an AD in waiting as well as a rising young star coach in Graham Harrell. Gone are the days of an empty bench and paying out the arse for some old consultant to butter the bread of his own clients (Neinas and Mac).
  2. GMG.com 2018 March Madness Thread

    Nevada (Johnny's new team) and Texas going to OT!
  3. A season can change directions like a Saquon Barkley jump cut. As an illustration, let’s look back at where things stood in Conference USA four weeks into 2017. Lane Kiffin’s FAU Owls were desperate for traction. They had just fallen to 1-3 after an upset loss at Buffalo, only we didn’t know it was an upset at the time. Butch Davis’ FIU wasn’t faring much better. The Panthers got destroyed, 61-17, by a UCF that had gone just 6-7 in 2016, and they beat bad Alcorn State and Rice teams by just a touchdown each. North Texas was treading water, having lost by a combined 39 to SMU and Iowa and barely beaten a UAB start-up we assumed would be pretty bad in 2017. UTSA was the class of the league. Frank Wilson’s second Roadrunners squad had beaten Baylor and had beaten Southern U. and Texas State by at least 30 points each. Weather had prevented them from getting a shot at Houston in Week 1, but with the way both teams had played to that point, it was fair to think UTSA would have beaten the Cougars, too. The offense was good, the defense was great, and UTSA was a serious C-USA contender. Wilson had come to San Antonio with a reputation as one of the best recruiters, and he had honed his reputation by doubling the Roadrunners’ win total and taking them to their first bowl in 2016. And now UTSA was 3-0. Wilson’s stock as a future power-conference head coach was rising quickly. From September 30 onward, FAU won out, and FIU and UNT finished the regular season 13-2 against teams not named FAU. UTSA lost heartbreakers to Southern Miss (31-29) and North Texas (29-26) and only barely recovered. The defense hit a hiccup, and the offense hit a wall. And that win over Baylor looked less and less impressive as the Bears crashed to a 1-11 season. read more: https://www.sbnation.com/college-football/2018/3/6/17072224/utsa-football-2018-preview-schedule-roster
  4. South Dakota (3/14/18)

    You’re a class act bro and I wish you and your guys well.
  5. New CUSA TV Deal

    Good summary article from Minium: https://pilotonline.com/sports/college/old-dominion/article_035d751a-27d6-11e8-a537-5bf6c33fcc22.html
  6. South Dakota (3/14/18)

    Who is this team I am watching? And where has Duffy and Mike Miller been all year?
  7. The expansion will facilitate research labs and classrooms View Full Article
  8. UTEP hire - Rodney Terry

    Good hire!
  9. 4. James Morgan -- FIU (from Bowling Green): Though it never fully came together for him at Bowling Green, Morgan was a four-star recruit out of high school with a huge arm and a grinder's mentality. With two years of eligibility left, he could further accelerate the Butch Davis turnaround at FIU. 5. Shawn Stankavage -- Rice (from Vanderbilt): A quarterback with some moxy that battled for the starting job with Kyle Shurmur at Vanderbilt before injury stacked the odds against him, Stankavage comes to Rice to help kick start things for new coach Mike Bloomgren. read more: https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/news/whos-off-and-still-on-the-college-football-graduate-transfer-quarterback-market/
  10. Two courts are one too many for C-USA tournament

    I had a blast. Great location. Hope they keep it there.
  11. NT Women vs. WKU (CUSA Semifinal)

    Cari porter #22 is doing some serious damage as well. Still only down by 3 so hanging tough.
  12. NT Women vs. WKU (CUSA Semifinal)

    24-21 WKU at commercial break. Hanging in there but WKU starting to flex their muscle.