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  1. I don't know anything about the man, but he's been wildly successful as a college head coach in Texas. Could be a lot worse choices.
  2. I'm not interested in their head coach. I'm interested in the man who began the Boise State mystique.
  3. might be a good time for UNT's administration to talk with their offensive coordinator. Just sayin'
  4. I don't care what the scoreboard read at the end of the game, you all played and coached your asses off! I couldn't be more proud of you! That was a great game and that's what college football is all about. We'll get em next year. Go Mean Green
  5. Yep. I'm watching this game. They make great plays on one series, but then completely lose their minds on another. The two personal fouls on one play was ridiculous.
  6. Can you provide the names of the players you're looking for?
  7. Love the Little River Band at the beginning. 💯 And poor J.D. getting cut off by Lou Rawls at the end. 😄
  8. 1. No 2. Not that I have seen. 3. N/A 4. Yes 5. Sort of 6. No and No 7. No 8. I effing hate the black and gray uniforms.
  9. I'm all for the plan, but it'll never happen. And from a political standpoint this looks like desperation.
  10. Could've had Spavital ... 🤣 And how is Nick Saban #108?! 🤨
  11. @ADLER OK, there is a lot to unpack there. I agree with a lot of the things you said, but unfortunately you have one major fact wrong. Let me begin with Utah State joining the Sun Belt Conference and I'll address the WAC situation later. Division I-A (FBS) conferences are required to have eight full-time members. This rule was implemented in 2005, but was known about as early as 2002. In 2002, the Sun Belt Conference had seven members: 1. North Texas 2. New Mexico State 3. Arkansas State 4. Louisiana-Monroe 5. Louisiana-Lafayette 6. Middle Tennessee and 7. Idaho. But as you note, Idaho and Louisiana-Monroe were "football-only" members of the conference. So technically the Sun Belt only had five full-time members. That means the Sun Belt needed to add at least one school and get some others to sign up as all sports members. This is why the Sun Belt Conference needed Utah State. In order for the conference to survive they had to expand. In 2002, the only expansion options were independent teams. Utah State and Troy State were those options. Troy State accepted an invitation in 2003.
  12. Interesting ... it sounds like you have much more insider information ... please tell more. In particular, I'm curious to know the "huge price" the Sun Belt paid for "rescuing" Utah State. And what exactly was this deceit you speak of?
  13. I don't think DeLoach wore the blue shirt. Pretty sure that was the Marlboro-smoking defensive line coach Mike Bugar. Either way though, I miss those guys.
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