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#1 Re: Politics » Bennett would have just removed this......... » 2019-02-20 17:52:14

Going to have 'Confederate Groups' rallying at OP Saturday.

Not sure of details.

The national media has to loves them some MS right now.

#2 Re: Politics » Bennett would have just removed this......... » 2019-02-19 18:14:32

stinkfist wrote:

in the same vein of lunacy....

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I'm not comfortable with where Ola's hand may be.

Abel is smiling too much.

#3 Re: Southern Miss » Buster Douglas » 2019-02-18 19:15:27

Could have had Art Briles for a song for 2 years to teach Walden.

Hired a guy who was fired by Ark. St.

TTT

#4 Re: Politics » Here comes the wall...... » 2019-02-14 19:46:30

stinkfist wrote:

about fk'n time....

Yep

Should have done it in December with someone in Texas immediately prepared to sue in the 5th Circuit.

Would have blocked the 9th and ruled in his favor allowing earlier construction.

#5 Re: Southern Miss » Now Watch the "Journalists" Hide.... » 2019-02-14 19:43:05

99beers wrote:

Psycho  pauline.  The internet idiot.  Only place he can post now is on Facebook where numerous folks have threatened to kick his ass.  He ran and hid.  Two different people begged him to meet them, pussie just ran off scared.  Pool boy is his nickname over there. Loser.

More than two.

Keep up.

The TTT over there is astronomically stupid.

#6 Re: Politics » if you didn't watch his speech in El Paso, you TTT'd it....YUGELY! » 2019-02-12 07:19:13

Hey beto had several hundred at his 'rally'.

Bunch of reporters and mexican flags.

Perhaps a few others.

#8 Re: Southern Miss » Art Briles set to become our new offensive coordinator » 2019-02-06 17:17:23

Have heard that Bennett was out of the loop before Briles was brought to campus.

No fucking way that is true.

He's a spineless twit that ebbs and flows with the PC bullshit of the current day.

Fuck him.

I have never been a Hop fan as a head coach.

There is huge room for improvement there.

I do respect him for not swallowing this PC turd sandwich and being quiet.

Kudos sir.

#9 Re: Southern Miss » Art Briles set to become our new offensive coordinator » 2019-02-05 13:47:24

Nugget's Ghostbuster wrote:

Guessing his employer told him to actually do some work vs throwing out what he read on Facebook. Only about 24 hours late but if your boss is making you do it I guess you should do it......

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His 'well put together' piece is some mild speculation, a bit of history, and some copy and paste from Fb and Twitter.

#11 Re: Southern Miss » We were once highly competitive » 2019-02-01 17:25:45

Nugget's Ghostbuster wrote:

Eveyone is missing college football so some outlets put out a fluff piece to get a few eyeballs to pass time a few weeks removed from the last game before signing day arrives. Its funny how UCF went winless just 3 seasons ago and 6-6 including a bowl loss to Arky St just two seasons ago yet they are now the shining example of deserving a CFP bid and entry into the next P5 expansion. They even have a national championship banner hanging in their erector set stadium that is one more corrosive support beam away from being condemned. Sky is always falling until it isn't......

Reality is as simple as we are one good/great season away from dropping the sad talk about how bad CUSA is to thinking we are again worthy of the AAC. The entire narrative changes if you win 9-10 games this upcoming season and play a P5 team in a bowl game by the end of this year. You hang with State next September like you did with Auburn this season and you amp up your confidence another few notches on the dial.

All USM can do is control what is in front of them. Gilbert had zero impact, positive or negative, on USM. He literally was a non event so outside of him looking like a clown he didn't do anything to impact us one way or the other in less than 2 years on the job. The formula isn't complicated going forward. Hire a dedicated and hungry AD. Plenty of them out there. Schedule a few opponents on your future schedule that will make the fan base happy between now and summer. Throw in Walden getting the OC job and give the ball to the phenom out of Memphis that was good enough for Kirby Smart and life is back on the tracks in Hattiesburg. You win another CUSA football title within the next two seasons and then the narrative goes back to where UCF stands today.......crying about life not being fair while living in the G5.....

This is what Gilbert did which does have a net negative effect on USM.

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#12 Re: Southern Miss » Basketball @ FIU » 2019-02-01 07:19:04

AndreWhere wrote:
Black Diamond Reb wrote:

SUNWACUSA is 4-17 vs the top 100 with little to no chance to improve sans the autobid.

No CUSA team has ever done anything in the postseason that I can recall. That is true across all versions of CUSA and all sports, and it explains CUSA better than any other stat. Howard said it when he left Louisville.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3sy0oHP3LI

TTT isn't exclusive to USM.

#13 Re: Southern Miss » 2019 Preseason All Conference » 2019-01-31 17:42:01

Per Eyebrows Magee and the Eagle Hour toppers today, JC Keyes is the closer to start the season.

#14 Re: Southern Miss » One million dollars guaranteed for our running backs coach » 2019-01-29 17:05:09

Nugget's Ghostbuster wrote:
tg300 wrote:

Hop was not choice 1, or 2, or 3.

I can't remember if he was 4 or 5.

Lets not forget who our AD was at the time. He was totally over his head and not the right guy to help navigate the search process at the time.

None have been the right one since McLellan.

#15 Re: Southern Miss » One million dollars guaranteed for our running backs coach » 2019-01-29 12:51:12

Nugget's Ghostbuster wrote:
EagleFWB wrote:

Andre I've said the same thing about the transition from Monk to Hop..... We knew we were going to have to pony up some money to keep Monk around, at least get him to a competitive base salary. Instead of going for a new coach knowing we needed that amount of $$, we low ball and get Hop. Nothing against Hop personally, but I don't agree with that move and it's a prime example of  why we never move forward.

That move was made due to the timing of the decision. Love Monk but he left at the worst possible time considering signing day and the fact that most programs had settled in with their respective staffs by the time the Bucs came calling. Hop was the safe choice all things considered(cash, knowledge of the program, recruiting area, etc..)
If we had the luxury of time on our side that was afforded to other schools at the time we hired Hop we would have had the opportunity to get a more qualified individual with stronger credentials at a higher FBS level. Remember we were trending up at the time with talent and someone would have seen the opportunity to pull a one and done or a two and out by taking this job and moving up the FBS ladder.

Hop was not choice 1, or 2, or 3.

I can't remember if he was 4 or 5.

#16 Re: Southern Miss » USM Closed » 2019-01-29 12:49:39

More ice accumulation in my freezer than all of Hattiesburg combined

#17 Re: Southern Miss » Dawson gone? » 2019-01-26 07:28:49

AndreWhere wrote:

I think he was closer to $150,000 per year at USM... maybe a little bit more.

Whatever it was, that's free to spend elsewhere.

Good riddance.

#18 Re: Southern Miss » We Just Lost Brock Hays » 2019-01-22 17:47:06

Hell, the way we use tight ends, any of the existing position coaches can go through the 2-4 plays a game one of them may be in the game.

Saving money is a win.

#19 Re: Politics » HBD REL » 2019-01-19 11:31:15

Oh you're going straight to hell for that one.

General Lee, the first choice by Lincoln to lead the Union Army, chose to fight for his home state of Virginia instead.

People today can't wrap their mind around the concept of strong state government and weak federal government as designed in the Constitution.

The war over states rights took many good people on both sides.

History in today's schools doesn't teach this.

#20 Re: Politics » Gillette » 2019-01-19 11:27:02

Nice.

But why is a watch company responding to a razor company?

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