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#1 Southern Miss » Again with the Poseurs » 2022-08-15 18:43:27

Mao Tse-gore
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Earn it first, punks. Bet they'll be wearing their asses for hats when the seasons starts.

#2 Southern Miss » Solid Hire » 2022-08-09 10:55:27

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Poole spent the last 11 seasons at Memphis before parting ways this past spring. Poole, who was the program's second-ever head coach, posted a 241-340 overall record during her tenure. Memphis also posted a 58-146 record in conference play across the same period.

https://www.hubcityspokes.com/collegeun … whWtA.dpbs

#3 Politics » Mississippi's 3rd Congressional District - Cassidy » 2022-06-13 21:32:25

Mao Tse-gore
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The incumbent, Guest, votes with democrats for the Jan. 6th "investigation" propaganda circus and to continue persecution of protestors in an overall war against dissent.

Because of that Guest gets beat in the primary by Navy Pilot Cassidy.

The democrat-controlled Navy gins up an investigation in order to disparage Cassidy, and they ground him.

This is rhythmically twisted into a TV ad from Guest smearing Cassidy.

God save America.

#4 Southern Miss » D-Day » 2022-06-06 13:12:08

Mao Tse-gore
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British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, left, reviews American troops at a base in England on the eve of D-Day, June 1944, during World War II. The initials AAAO on the steel helmets with a line across the As stands for “Anywhere, Anytime, Anyhow, Bar Nothing.” The identification shoulder patches of the G.I.s are blotted out by the censor. (AP Photo)

#5 Re: Southern Miss » I smell taters! » 2022-06-04 20:42:35

Can't believe I got sucked into listening to it...thinking we might not choke this time. Ha!

#6 Re: Southern Miss » Music selection » 2022-03-21 19:27:59

Saw 'em at Thalia Mara 3/19 - outstanding show! Pretty sure I saw them in 1978 at the Jackson coliseum. Never be another Ritchrath (goodness he can rip), but Amato did justice. Rock and roll like it sapoda be did.




https://youtu.be/k-4qR-69hpM




https://youtu.be/HR8CnXn8LY0

#8 Re: Southern Miss » JoyeLad is channeling his inner SlackJaw » 2022-01-31 18:44:36

We are a "baseball school" because that is all that is left.

#11 Re: Southern Miss » Music selection » 2022-01-13 10:41:55

https://youtu.be/jrVbawRPO7I

Now I know who the Ronnie was with Eddie Money. Pure stuff. RIP.

#12 Re: Southern Miss » Are we leaving or not ? » 2022-01-06 11:12:00

Lloydlake wrote:

& they fade into further obscurity.

Q: Is there a lower level that where we are? A: No.

#14 Re: Southern Miss » Our putrid basketball program is a HUGE problem! » 2021-12-10 07:07:56

Bleacher Eagle wrote:

We aren’t even SWAC level at this point.
Pathetic & embarrassing

#acrosstheboard

#15 Re: Southern Miss » JoyeLad is channeling his inner SlackJaw » 2021-12-03 14:36:44

Entitlements cleverly disguised as "college" athletics. Otherwise, how the hell is the women's BB coach still being paid. Somebody  needs to "fix the glitch".

PS:  Don't mean to be insensitive to her illness. Reckon it's difficult to fire someone in that situation.

#16 Re: Southern Miss » FIU @ USM 2021 Football » 2021-11-28 13:46:54

Nugget's Ghostbuster wrote:
SoMs Eagle wrote:
Nugget's Ghostbuster wrote:

Last CUSA football game…….just give it a bit for the lawyers to dot a few i’s and cross a few t’s…….

It looked like they tried to power wash ‘CUSA’ off the turf. The power washers must be worn out. We need new ones….

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Nice crowd.

#17 Re: Southern Miss » Coach Collins » 2021-11-17 19:58:06

skyvoyager wrote:
Mao Tse-gore wrote:
skyvoyager wrote:

81 was the year I remember the most.  Tie Bama, Beat State 7-6 in Jackson, Destroy FSU 58-14 then a
TTT moment..... lose to Loserville 13-10 on television when being on TV was a rare thing.

If memory serves they left the field snowy, and maybe sprayed water on it before the game to ice it.

Seems like we lost to loserville in 80 during a rainstorm something like 6-3....

Wore a leaky army surplus poncho in that cold driving rain drinking charter and coke in the upper west deck and nearly catching pneumonia, but we liked it, we loved it!  They didn't have any fancy smancy drains. They'd get knocked down, slide in the mud under water and smack their helmets into the concrete wall, but they liked it that way, they loved it!

#18 Re: Southern Miss » Coach Collins » 2021-11-17 11:34:18

skyvoyager wrote:
Mao Tse-gore wrote:

The high water mark. Thankful I didn't miss it.

81 was the year I remember the most.  Tie Bama, Beat State 7-6 in Jackson, Destroy FSU 58-14 then a
TTT moment..... lose to Loserville 13-10 on television when being on TV was a rare thing.

If memory serves they left the field snowy, and maybe sprayed water on it before the game to ice it.

#19 Re: Southern Miss » Coach Collins » 2021-11-17 07:49:25

The high water mark. Thankful I didn't miss it.

#20 Re: Southern Miss » JoyeLad is channeling his inner SlackJaw » 2021-11-16 10:52:04

So, now baseball is the only program not in the bottom of the port-o-let.

How long can they hold out against the curse of TTT?

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