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On 8/23/2021 at 2:21 PM, GOMeanGO said:

I have no ill will against Aune, I just know that if he is QB that we wont win more than 5 or 6 games at best.

It sounds like Ruder is gonna pass him, anyways, but man! what a combative take.  It's like you're inviting argument.

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On 8/24/2021 at 11:02 PM, greenminer said:

It sounds like Ruder is gonna pass him, anyways, but man! what a combative take.  It's like you're inviting argument.

Since when is telling it like I see it a combative take? Aune isnt that great. Everyone should have known Ruder would more than likely start.

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15 hours ago, DentonStang said:

Local (in a certain way) kid made good Siggers clocked another 86 yards and a TD in SMU'S 41-17 victory over USF. 

 

SMU and Siggers now ranked #24.

 

Congrats Tre!

Why didn't SMU's star RB Bentley play?

 

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5 hours ago, DentonStang said:

Ankle sprain vs TCU, and Siggers & Levine really didn't need any help

Thank you. Although I was repulsed that Tre chose to transfer to that particular school, I get why he picked it. Now that we don’t play that school again, I wish Tre nothing but the best. I hope he sets some records or gets some accolades. I also hope the rest of their players get humbled week in and week out.

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On 9/25/2021 at 5:01 PM, UNTLifer said:

We don’t care. 

I wish Siggers no ill will but I 100% completely agree with the sentiment.  Tough talented guy who battle his way back from injuries good on him.  Do I really want hear about him in the MEAN GREEN FORUM beyond vs SMU week?  Hell Naw.

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