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ExtraSpecial
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Front lines of the Haslams' debacle
Member since Dec 2018
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In all honesty
IDGAF about either of these programs, but from the outside looking in, Ole Miss and Missouri got fricked way too hard for no good reason. It's corncerning that something similar could happen to your school for basically nothing- especially with what happened to Missouri. It requires so little to get dicked by the NCAA these days. Well, unless you're UNC.

Btw, UNC can eat shite.

That is all.


scrooster
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re: In all honesty
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In all honesty

I agree .... but your subject line is extra special shitty.


thatguy45
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re: In all honesty
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I agree .... but your subject line is extra special shitty.

Wow, very rude


Open Dore Policy
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Member since Oct 2012
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re: In all honesty
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IDGAF about either of these programs, but from the outside looking in, Ole Miss and Missouri got fricked way too hard for no good reason.


Still feeling guilty about what Fulmer did to Bama, eh?


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1BIGTigerFan
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re: In all honesty
If we've learned anything, it's to "not" cooperate and act like nothing happened.


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weremoose
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re: In all honesty
Maybe. But it's true.


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craigbiggio
UAB Fan
Member since Dec 2009
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re: In all honesty
They cheated, were caught and punished. frick them


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Hedgeman
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re: In all honesty
frick them all


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