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#1 Southern Miss » Can we play LaTech ? » 2020-09-15 14:20:08

Lloydlake
Replies: 1

Will we play ?  Will covid stop us ? WIll it be the hurricane ?  Flame throwing squirrels ?

If we play, is there any chance in the year 2020 we could win ?  Isn't this our biggest made-up rival ?  Is there a battle for a pineapple or something ?

Beam me up Corch Scotty, I've had enough of this year.

#2 Re: Southern Miss » Can we give Walden a fair shot? » 2020-09-12 11:50:11

Here's hoping he doesn't use the term "cotton-pickin"

#3 Re: Southern Miss » Hop to the curb??? » 2020-09-11 20:24:55

Mao Tse-gore wrote:

Scotty Walden, social justice warrior.

That's part of the gig now. Saban included. I could not coach todays student-athletes.
Big Nasty was my position Coach. I don't think any of these guys would last 2 days with him.

#4 Re: Southern Miss » Goodbye, Coach Hopson » 2020-09-08 14:24:22

Nugget's Ghostbuster wrote:

USM provided he benches Jack for someone else.

Do we have anybody else ???

#5 Re: Southern Miss » Hop to the curb??? » 2020-09-08 07:32:37

Nugget's Ghost wrote:
Lloydlake wrote:

Just for shits & giggles.....
Would Hop have stepped down had we beat South Alabama ?  Was he left with no choice ?
Have we heard the last of Jay Hopson ?

He had lost all control of these kids. They had no respect for him.. This blm shit these kids have been feeding on all year made it worse....was told he was lucky to even get them on the field to play.. No shit. 
I had heard that as well. F- em, they don't wanna play, pull their schollys & give them to someone who does

Hop is financially set now. His dad left him at least a couple mill.

Good for him. Seemed like a good man

#6 Re: Southern Miss » Hop to the curb??? » 2020-09-07 20:48:34

Just for shits & giggles.....
Would Hop have stepped down had we beat South Alabama ?  Was he left with no choice ?
Have we heard the last of Jay Hopson ?

#7 Re: Southern Miss » Hop to the curb??? » 2020-09-06 18:47:41

Nugget's Ghostbuster wrote:

I’m calling it now

Neon Deion Sanders will be on this staff next season with his son on the roster after he is granted approval from the NCAA

Wonder if today's recruits even know who Deion is ?

#8 Re: Southern Miss » Hop to the curb??? » 2020-09-06 13:34:59

TheChosenOne wrote:

Then the question becomes ‘who’ will lead the team.

We are in year #5 of asking that question.

#9 Re: Southern Miss » South Alabama @ Southern Miss 2020 Game Thread » 2020-09-04 08:49:48

No need to scan tickets or head-count for 25% capacity for the rest of this year

#10 Re: Southern Miss » It's GAME WEEK ! » 2020-09-03 11:43:05

Will it be a capacity crowd ?? (25% of max)
What's the State score ? When's Ole Miss gonna play us again ?

#11 Re: Southern Miss » It's GAME WEEK ! » 2020-09-01 14:47:20

3 days till kickoff.
Hello ?
Bueller...Bueller ??

#12 Re: Southern Miss » It's GAME WEEK ! » 2020-08-31 10:01:22

Mao Tse-gore wrote:

The ONLY reason to attend this season is to pay homage to the last unadulterated element, the Dixie Darlings in their final year.

Make no mistake about the short delay/head-fake, Mr. Potato Head will see that this tradition is ruined and supplanted. Then it's on to the next erasure.

https://www.hattiesburgamerican.com/sto … 645372002/

THEY. DON'T. CARE.
Burn it all down, re-build it from scratch in their own image.

#13 Re: Southern Miss » It's GAME WEEK ! » 2020-08-28 22:04:55

Yo Mama wrote:

As for THIS alum of Southern Miss and HIS family, WE will spend our entertainment dollar elsewhere this fall, you entitled little brats.

I would guess this is going on at programs around the country. Young skulls full of mush, easily swayed, without the ability or drive to think for themselves.

#17 Re: Southern Miss » New schedule » 2020-08-18 10:25:28

From a recent SI article: https://www.si.com/college/2020/08/18/n … big-12-acc

Kickoff to the 2020 season is 16 days away. Southern Miss is set to host South Alabama in the earliest scheduled game of this sure-to-be weird season. While all six leagues barrel toward their seasons, each is working independently. They’ve each got their own commissioner who oversees a board of presidents and chancellors, the key group of decision-makers that, more times than not, listens to recommendations from their athletic directors.

Roughly two weeks shy of kickoff, here’s the situation in each of the six conferences:

C-USA
Membership situation: Old Dominion, in C-USA’s Eastern Division, last week became the first member of a conference to bail on a season despite its own conference moving forward. FIU and Rice have both announced a delay to the start of their seasons.


How they got here: The C-USA presidents met late last week with no real decision out of the call except to keep on the path to a 2020 season. They heard from their medical board, specifically getting an update on a hot topic right now in college athletics: lingering heart issues in athletes who have recovered from COVID-19.

What’s in store for this week: C-USA athletic directors meet each Monday and Thursday. It isn’t clear when the next meeting among the presidents will happen. At some point, potentially this week, the league is expected to release a new schedule that recognizes ODU’s absence and could finalize in-season testing protocols.

Outlook on 2020 fall: C-USA, like many Group of Five conferences, is somewhat connected to its Power 5 conference neighbors. In C-USA’s case, that’d be the ACC and SEC. As long as those two are still marching forward, it feels like C-USA will be right behind them. C-USA programs still have four guarantee games on the schedule, and those contests—along with the CFP distribution money—make it worthwhile financially to have a season. That said, the conference is expected to implement a similar in-season testing protocol to its Power 5 brethren, and that means steep prices for programs that have budgets that are one-tenth of the major colleges.

They said it: “Right now, all systems are ‘go.’ Everything is subject to change, but we’re in football mode.” —a conference source

#18 Re: Southern Miss » So, is Adams back or not? » 2020-08-17 21:44:31

Mao Tse-gore wrote:

Without Adams we are set for the SOS, period.

Would have been nice to have him, but I think we are set for SOS anyway.
We will sneak by the worst  teams and get beat by anyone who has a pulse and can make halftime adjustments.
There have been the rare exceptions, but that is USM football in a nuTTT shell.

#19 Re: Southern Miss » New schedule » 2020-08-10 14:46:21

IF CUSA was the only conference playing, could we draw more than flies ? 
Would the conference champ also be the national champ ?
Would every team that participates be ranked in the top 20 ?
Would the exposure of being the only game in town hurt or help the conference ?
I say we roll the dice and run with it. About to go belly-up anyway so why not ?

#20 Re: Southern Miss » New schedule » 2020-08-07 08:22:48

With AU off the schedule, I can't see 1 team on there that should beat us.
Perfect season. 14 & 0 with cusa CG & Bowl win.
Will forever have an * beside it that reads Wimpy Wuhan Virus Season

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