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Cooley last won the day on April 13 2018

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  1. Seems like they just struck out with a quality transfer. You don’t wait this long for a kid that averaged 6 pts. Hopefully he works out but I am disappointed; coming off a good season. Would have liked the last ship to go to a big to help elevate the program.
  2. Where is this magazine in Southern Dallas County?
  3. Mean Joe Green, DT Ron Shanklin, WR Steve Ramsey, QB Walter Chapman, NT Abner Haynes, RB Leonard Dunlap, DB Cedrick Hardeman, DL Ken Washington, QB Bernard Jackson, RB Brandon Kennedy, DT Johnny Quinn, WR Phillip Armor, C Burks Washington, LB JT Smith, DB Luis Silva, TE
  4. Remember hosting Florida State @ Fouts Field during a homecoming blizzard; circa 1976. NTSU was upset. Who knows what this program will look like by 2033. This could be a conference game.
  5. That would make sense. I never saw him as a big time prospect but he would fit well in CUSA. One of the more loaded teams to not make it to state. Zach Simmons clone.
  6. https://www.dallasnews.com/high-school-sports/basketball/2021/01/25/boys-basketball-player-of-the-week-124-sachses-dylan-mckeon/
  7. Didn't they just have a Cowboys assistant coach's son on the team? Prior to that it was Whit Smith from back in the day. (Kicker)
  8. The biggest hole I see is still at Center. From what little video I've see of this Wright kid is that he is more of your stretch 4 at a generous 220 lbs. This team needs physical bodies to match up against Kenneth Lofton of La Tech (6-7. 275) and others within the conference; that gave this team fits. Abou Ousmane is only good for 18-20 minutes tops. I also feel that Rasheed Browne is your starting point guard; in the mold of a Ryan Woolridge. I can see him and Madea (Tylor Perry) on the court at the same time. Had my fingers crossed for the Smu transfer (Yor Anei) that the team has looked at. Thin as well but blocks everything in the middle at 6-10 1/2 that transfered to SMU from Ok St.
  9. They’ll have a strong 23 class. One joins them from Corsicana in the fall. (****) - Jayvon Thomas (DB/WR) Kairi Muhammad’s cousins. (Malik Muhammad may play at IMG in FL this fall) Abdul Muhammad Randy Reece, WR will be a top state 100 Kyron Chambers (2022) Brionne Ramsey-Brooks, OT 6-5, 350 They’ve averaged around 4-5 D1’s for as long as I can remember. Grades has gotten to a few and ended up at SWAC school and/or DII. 2 kids signed with an NFL team this past draft. https://n.rivals.com/content/prospects/2023/jayvon-thomas-272813#school-interests https://www.texasfootball.com/article/2020/12/20/2023-cb-malik-muhammad-next-in-line-at-south-oak-cliff?ref=article_preview_img
  10. Fonzale Davis was the last to commit but I can’t remember any others since Larry Dixon in the late 70’s.
  11. Tyreek Smith to Oklahoma State Univ Tristan Clark to SMU
  12. I almost never come over here. Don’t know why this is now the 6th page of the discussion. The heading is that this cop was found guilty. The whole world saw this video of over 8 minutes.There should be consensus with this verdict; with no further discussion. Instead, there was a diversion to defending cops and blaming victims. For most of my life, I have resided in a mostly African American community. My current residence was about 70% Anglo when I purchased my home. (white flight took over) I don’t know of a black person that does not support good cops. I actually wanted to pursue the profession in high school but my parents vehemently opposed. It is the toughest job I know and they deserve to return home each night. Unfortunately, there are bad apples who abuse their authority. Often times stopping and arresting folks disproportionately. I agree that everyone must comply. However, many of the frequent headlines are because victims were complying or not a threat to the officers. The theme is often, “I feared for my life” Thankfully, this is a small minority of cops. Conversely, most black people do not commit crimes, though higher than the general population. Most protests I’ve seen are mostly peaceful; void of the negative images often on the news. I hope we can all agree that something needs to be done. No one should lose their life when they are pulled over a tail light, passing an alleged $20 bill, sleeping in their car or running away from a cop (because they may an outstanding ticket). Apprehend them and let the court decide their punishment. De-escalate as much as possible. To conclude, yes, all bad cops need to be held accountable to the full extent of the law. Period.
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