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#2 Re: Southern Miss » Absolutely Pathetic....... » Today 15:08:44

stinkfist wrote:
99beers wrote:
stinkfist wrote:

yep....they got their 50 bucks worth....have you seen the outside that is visible 365.25/24/7?

here's a before/after for da beers bitch.....this should be very familiar to you winn dixie cup.....

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I didn’t know you were doing the pressure washing stankpuss.  Nice job.  Not

ewe realize that's st. joe's, eh?

You travel?

#3 Re: Southern Miss » Absolutely Pathetic....... » Today 09:13:03

stinkfist wrote:

yep....they got their 50 bucks worth....have you seen the outside that is visible 365.25/24/7?

here's a before/after for da beers bitch.....this should be very familiar to you winn dixie cup.....

10yo2zb.jpghrem8l.jpg

I didn’t know you were doing the pressure washing stankpuss.  Nice job.  Not

#4 Re: Southern Miss » Absolutely Pathetic....... » Yesterday 21:38:06

Stinkpuss is now an expert on mildew.....lol

#5 Southern Miss » What Southern Miss' quarterback room looks like without Kwadra Griggs » Yesterday 19:56:18

99beers
Replies: 7

Redshirt sophomore Jack Abraham took nearly all the first-team reps on Monday, with redshirt freshman Marcelo Rodriguez slotting in as the backup and freshman Tate Whatley working with the third team. Though Jay Hopson said at Fanfare on Saturday that he believes Abraham has stepped up as the "No. 1" at quarterback, Abraham said Monday that neither Hopson nor offensive coordinator Shannon Dawson have communicated that thought to him.
https://www.hattiesburgamerican.com/sto … 978753002/

#8 Re: Southern Miss » Griggs Suspended » 2018-08-11 15:29:18

Eyebrows magee with the scoop

https://www.sunherald.com/sports/colleg … 09490.html

head coach Jay Hopson seemed close to declaring Abraham as the starter for the Sept. 1 season opener against Jackson State.

“Right now, Jack looks like he’s moving to the top,” Hopson said. “I thought he had a good day today. He made some good throws. I thought he ran the offense well.”

Hopson didn’t answer questions that sought more details on Griggs’ situation.

Read more here: https://www.sunherald.com/sports/colleg … rylink=cpy

#9 Re: Southern Miss » Griggs Suspended » 2018-08-11 13:26:40

Who gets the start?


Each of the quarterbacks are generally from a similar mold — athletic with a good arm.

There are some minor differences between the players and Dawson provided a brief breakdown on each of the four quarterbacks:

Abraham — “Jack is a lot like (former USM QB Nick Mullens), but he runs a little bit better than Nick. He’s a real accurate passer. His ball is not going to be off by much.”

Griggs — “His overall throwing mechanics are unbelievable. He can throw a football. He is a lot more elusive in ground game than people give him credit for. On top of that, he’s a big kid (6-3, 225).”

Rodriguez — “Marcelo has unbelievable arm talent. The mental part of the game is what he’s got to work on. He’s just got to play quarterback more. He’s got a big up side.”

Whatley — “He is the most athletic of the bunch. I’m curious to see what he can do in fall camp.”

Read more here: https://www.sunherald.com/sports/colleg … rylink=cpy

#10 Southern Miss » Griggs Suspended » 2018-08-11 09:39:30

99beers
Replies: 15

The Southern Miss Department of Athletics announced Saturday that senior quarterback Kwadra Griggs has been suspended indefinitely pending resolution of a student conduct matter.

#11 Re: Southern Miss » One Less CUSA Bowl Game » 2018-08-08 21:27:36

Stinkpuss. You an idiot. I have been saying the same as you since 2005.

#13 Re: Southern Miss » To The Top Talk 8/3/18- Jon Gilbert » 2018-08-05 10:39:21

AndreWhere wrote:
99beers wrote:

Cusa revenues
67    Old Dominion    C-USA    $46,203,813   
76    Charlotte    C-USA    $37,931,802   
84    Florida Atlantic    C-USA    $34,509,259
87    Middle Tennessee    C-USA    $34,040,334
89    Florida International    C-USA    $33,389,929   
94    North Texas    C-USA    $32,150,203   
95    Texas-El Paso    C-USA    $31,781,343   
100    Western Kentucky    C-USA    $30,439,066   
104    Marshall    C-USA    $29,287,471
107    Texas-San Antonio    C-USA    $28,772,631   
124    Alabama at Birmingham    C-USA    $24,795,218   
125    Louisiana Tech    C-USA    $24,722,695
126    Southern Mississippi    C-USA    $23,984,639   

Aac
    Cincinnati    AAC    $60,458,195   
56    Houston    AAC    $57,174,900   
57    Central Florida    AAC    $56,327,225   
59    South Florida    AAC    $49,960,338   
60    Memphis    AAC    $48,716,830   
61    East Carolina    AAC    $48,312,311

Lowest p5 conference Acc

    Florida State    ACC    $144,514,413   
22    Louisville    ACC    $120,445,303   
26    Clemson    ACC    $112,600,964   
35    North Carolina    ACC    $96,551,626   
39    Virginia    ACC    $92,865,175   
44    Virginia Tech    ACC    $87,427,526   
47    North Carolina State    ACC    $83,741,572   
51    Georgia Tech    ACC    $81,762,024

Where's UConn? I know some schools aren't in every list, but they do have tons of money coming in.

Was posting for comparison to our former mates.....

#14 Re: Southern Miss » To The Top Talk 8/3/18- Jon Gilbert » 2018-08-04 12:32:24

Cusa revenues
67    Old Dominion    C-USA    $46,203,813   
76    Charlotte    C-USA    $37,931,802   
84    Florida Atlantic    C-USA    $34,509,259
87    Middle Tennessee    C-USA    $34,040,334
89    Florida International    C-USA    $33,389,929   
94    North Texas    C-USA    $32,150,203   
95    Texas-El Paso    C-USA    $31,781,343   
100    Western Kentucky    C-USA    $30,439,066   
104    Marshall    C-USA    $29,287,471
107    Texas-San Antonio    C-USA    $28,772,631   
124    Alabama at Birmingham    C-USA    $24,795,218   
125    Louisiana Tech    C-USA    $24,722,695
126    Southern Mississippi    C-USA    $23,984,639   

Aac
    Cincinnati    AAC    $60,458,195   
56    Houston    AAC    $57,174,900   
57    Central Florida    AAC    $56,327,225   
59    South Florida    AAC    $49,960,338   
60    Memphis    AAC    $48,716,830   
61    East Carolina    AAC    $48,312,311

Lowest p5 conference Acc

    Florida State    ACC    $144,514,413   
22    Louisville    ACC    $120,445,303   
26    Clemson    ACC    $112,600,964   
35    North Carolina    ACC    $96,551,626   
39    Virginia    ACC    $92,865,175   
44    Virginia Tech    ACC    $87,427,526   
47    North Carolina State    ACC    $83,741,572   
51    Georgia Tech    ACC    $81,762,024

#15 Re: Southern Miss » To The Top Talk 8/3/18- Jon Gilbert » 2018-08-04 12:08:25

Was happy to hear that gilby acknowledged the fact that geographic alliances are in the near future and the aac teams should give up their pipe dreams and open up for discussions.   The sooner the better and I look for gilby to push this issue.

#16 Re: Southern Miss » To The Top Talk 8/3/18- Jon Gilbert » 2018-08-04 10:57:48

All of g5 including the aac will totally reorganize into a more regional setting to offset travel costs.  Probably in 2025. 

SEC Minor League

Tulane
Houston
Smu
LaTech
Rice
Utep
Tulsa
N tx

SoMiss
Ecu
Memphis
Uab
Ucf
Usf
W Kentucky
Mdl Tn

#17 Re: Southern Miss » To The Top Talk 8/3/18- Jon Gilbert » 2018-08-04 10:41:59

Aac gap is much larger between them and p5 than with cusa.   They have a new tv deal coming up in 2020 and we shall see.   I think our gap gets closer every year as there tv money decreases and ours slightly increases.   Doesn’t matter in the long run as the p5 pulls away.   Mark this down and save.......We shall be soon reunited with ecu, memphis, tulane, and the so fla schools.   The aac ain’t going to make the big dance...  Book it.

#18 Re: Southern Miss » To The Top Talk 8/3/18- Jon Gilbert » 2018-08-04 10:35:53

Conference USA Athletic Revenue

Old Dominion – $46,203,813

Charlotte - $37,931,802

Florida Atlantic - $34,509,259

Middle Tennessee - $34,040,334

Florida International - $33,389,929

North Texas - $32,150,203

UTEP - $31,781,343

Western Kentucky - $30,439,066

Marshall - $29,287,471

UTSA - $28,772,631

UAB - $24,795,218

Louisiana Tech - $24,722,695

Southern Miss - $23,984,639

#19 Re: Southern Miss » KH headed to Tulane » 2018-08-02 22:00:44

Well everyone knows the aac is so much better than cusa.. but he thinks he can start at fulame?

#20 Re: Southern Miss » Urban Meyer Fired at Ohio State » 2018-08-02 09:00:25

Hold on.  Don’t hang the man yet.   Two sides to every story.  Nothing happens here folks. Osu just suspended him to make it look good during the investigation.  My bet is he stays after the smoke clears.

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