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Pat Forde weighs in on Rick Ray.



I usually can't stand the douche, but this time he's spot on.

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Rick Ray (38), Mississippi State. His team is terrible, but that’s not his fault. The Bulldogs are down to seven scholarship players, due to injuries and the state in which former coach Rick Stansbury left the program. Ray recently found himself scouring the bios of football players, searching for anyone with basketball experience who might be able to walk on and help out. But after a miserable 4-7 start that included losses to Troy and Alabama A&M, Mississippi State has actually won three in a row – and started SEC play 2-0, beating South Carolina and Georgia. Yes, that is an indictment of the league, but also an affirmation that Ray has the program going in the right direction. There may not be many more victories this season for the Bulldogs, but the program is being run with more class than it had been in many years.



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The Bulldogs are down to seven scholarship players, due to injuries and the state in which former coach Rick Stansbury left the program


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but the program is being run with more class than it had been in many years.


The Genespage board will eat Forde alive for those statements. How dare someone talk bad about Stans.






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re: Pat Forde weighs in on Rick Ray.


Couldn't have said it better myself, Pat. I will never dislike a MS State coach more than I did Stansbury. I know players win games, but there is absolutely no reason to have that amount of dumbassery in a head coaching D1 position. He should thank the heavens that he was able to coach in the SEC, the lowest bball IQ conference in the country.





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