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ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches
We continue our look at the new non-AQ head coaches for the 2011 season. Up next: Sun Belt.

Arkansas State: Hugh Freeze.

Rating: Like it. Steve Roberts did an admirable job with Arkansas State in his nine seasons, taking the program to its only bowl game in 2005. But things had grown stagnant and a change was needed. It seemed easy enough to turn to Freeze, who directed the record-breaking offense in 2009. The RedWolves broke nine offensive school records that included 4,841 yards of total offense. Ryan Aplin broke the school records for total offense, passing yards, passing touchdowns and completions. Freeze is a solid recruiter as well. But he has never been a head coach on the FBS level, so that could be a factor.

Louisiana: Mark Hudspeth.

Rating: Like it. Hudspeth did a great job in his two seasons as an assistant at Mississippi State. This past season the Bulldogs went 9-4, were ranked and made it to a bowl game. He coached at North Alabama before that, so he has ties to the South, which is important for recruiting. But Louisiana is not an easy place to win. Rickey Bustle spent nine seasons there and never took his team to a bowl game. UL had been bowl eligible a few times, but with a .500 record could never quite break through.

North Texas: Dan McCarney

Rating: Love it. The Todd Dodge experiment went horribly wrong, so North Texas was absolutely right to go after a proven winner on the FBS level. McCarney spent 12 years as head coach at Iowa State, and remains the longest-tenured (141 games) and winningest (56) coach in school history. He spent the last several seasons as an assistant at Florida, and did the right thing when he kept Mike Canales on as offensive coordinator. With fertile recruiting ground all around him, plus a new stadium opening, McCarney has what he needs to build a winner.

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http://espn.go.com/blog/ncfnation/post/_...s-sun-belt
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RE: ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches
(01-22-2011 05:41 PM)MG61 Wrote:  We continue our look at the new non-AQ head coaches for the 2011 season. Up next: Sun Belt.

Arkansas State: Hugh Freeze.

Rating: Like it. Steve Roberts did an admirable job with Arkansas State in his nine seasons, taking the program to its only bowl game in 2005. But things had grown stagnant and a change was needed. It seemed easy enough to turn to Freeze, who directed the record-breaking offense in 2009. The RedWolves broke nine offensive school records that included 4,841 yards of total offense. Ryan Aplin broke the school records for total offense, passing yards, passing touchdowns and completions. Freeze is a solid recruiter as well. But he has never been a head coach on the FBS level, so that could be a factor.

Louisiana: Mark Hudspeth.

Rating: Like it. Hudspeth did a great job in his two seasons as an assistant at Mississippi State. This past season the Bulldogs went 9-4, were ranked and made it to a bowl game. He coached at North Alabama before that, so he has ties to the South, which is important for recruiting. But Louisiana is not an easy place to win. Rickey Bustle spent nine seasons there and never took his team to a bowl game. UL had been bowl eligible a few times, but with a .500 record could never quite break through.

North Texas: Dan McCarney

Rating: Love it. The Todd Dodge experiment went horribly wrong, so North Texas was absolutely right to go after a proven winner on the FBS level. McCarney spent 12 years as head coach at Iowa State, and remains the longest-tenured (141 games) and winningest (56) coach in school history. He spent the last several seasons as an assistant at Florida, and did the right thing when he kept Mike Canales on as offensive coordinator. With fertile recruiting ground all around him, plus a new stadium opening, McCarney has what he needs to build a winner.

ESPN
http://espn.go.com/blog/ncfnation/post/_...s-sun-belt

Louisiana? Oh snap, the protest calls have already begun in Monrovia!03-lmfao
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RE: ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches
(01-23-2011 11:16 AM)CajunT Wrote:  
(01-22-2011 05:41 PM)MG61 Wrote:  We continue our look at the new non-AQ head coaches for the 2011 season. Up next: Sun Belt.

Arkansas State: Hugh Freeze.

Rating: Like it. Steve Roberts did an admirable job with Arkansas State in his nine seasons, taking the program to its only bowl game in 2005. But things had grown stagnant and a change was needed. It seemed easy enough to turn to Freeze, who directed the record-breaking offense in 2009. The RedWolves broke nine offensive school records that included 4,841 yards of total offense. Ryan Aplin broke the school records for total offense, passing yards, passing touchdowns and completions. Freeze is a solid recruiter as well. But he has never been a head coach on the FBS level, so that could be a factor.

Louisiana: Mark Hudspeth.

Rating: Like it. Hudspeth did a great job in his two seasons as an assistant at Mississippi State. This past season the Bulldogs went 9-4, were ranked and made it to a bowl game. He coached at North Alabama before that, so he has ties to the South, which is important for recruiting. But Louisiana is not an easy place to win. Rickey Bustle spent nine seasons there and never took his team to a bowl game. UL had been bowl eligible a few times, but with a .500 record could never quite break through.

North Texas: Dan McCarney

Rating: Love it. The Todd Dodge experiment went horribly wrong, so North Texas was absolutely right to go after a proven winner on the FBS level. McCarney spent 12 years as head coach at Iowa State, and remains the longest-tenured (141 games) and winningest (56) coach in school history. He spent the last several seasons as an assistant at Florida, and did the right thing when he kept Mike Canales on as offensive coordinator. With fertile recruiting ground all around him, plus a new stadium opening, McCarney has what he needs to build a winner.

ESPN
http://espn.go.com/blog/ncfnation/post/_...s-sun-belt

Louisiana? Oh snap, the protest calls have already begun in Monrovia!03-lmfao

I just do not understand this at all....Not trying to be rude to eigher school but why cant someone thats an official come out and set the record straight? I mean ULL calls themselves University of Louisiana and so does Monroe....WHICH IS IT?!?! Its the biggest messed up mess ive ever heard of!!
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(01-23-2011 01:10 PM)Atlanta Trojan Wrote:  I just do not understand this at all....Not trying to be rude to eigher school but why cant someone thats an official come out and set the record straight? I mean ULL calls themselves University of Louisiana and so does Monroe....WHICH IS IT?!?! Its the biggest messed up mess ive ever heard of!!

Monroe doesn't use "University of Louisiana" and has embraced "ULM". Any academic publication from Lafayette uses "University of Louisiana at Lafayette" and use http://www.ull.edu. Only ULL athletics uses "Louisiana" and its often used as "Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns".

You must be new. There's your education. Please don't contribute to the ULs' name threads. kthx.
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RE: ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches
(01-23-2011 01:22 PM)Raider_ATO Wrote:  
(01-23-2011 01:10 PM)Atlanta Trojan Wrote:  I just do not understand this at all....Not trying to be rude to eigher school but why cant someone thats an official come out and set the record straight? I mean ULL calls themselves University of Louisiana and so does Monroe....WHICH IS IT?!?! Its the biggest messed up mess ive ever heard of!!

Monroe doesn't use "University of Louisiana" and has embraced "ULM". Any academic publication from Lafayette uses "University of Louisiana at Lafayette" and use http://www.ull.edu. Only ULL athletics uses "Louisiana" and its often used as "Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns".

You must be new. There's your education. Please don't contribute to the ULs' name threads. kthx.

No im not new at all.....I even think some of the ULM and ULL people confuse this at times....
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RE: ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches
(01-23-2011 11:16 AM)CajunT Wrote:  
(01-22-2011 05:41 PM)MG61 Wrote:  We continue our look at the new non-AQ head coaches for the 2011 season. Up next: Sun Belt.

Arkansas State: Hugh Freeze.

Rating: Like it. Steve Roberts did an admirable job with Arkansas State in his nine seasons, taking the program to its only bowl game in 2005. But things had grown stagnant and a change was needed. It seemed easy enough to turn to Freeze, who directed the record-breaking offense in 2009. The RedWolves broke nine offensive school records that included 4,841 yards of total offense. Ryan Aplin broke the school records for total offense, passing yards, passing touchdowns and completions. Freeze is a solid recruiter as well. But he has never been a head coach on the FBS level, so that could be a factor.

Louisiana: Mark Hudspeth.

Rating: Like it. Hudspeth did a great job in his two seasons as an assistant at Mississippi State. This past season the Bulldogs went 9-4, were ranked and made it to a bowl game. He coached at North Alabama before that, so he has ties to the South, which is important for recruiting. But Louisiana is not an easy place to win. Rickey Bustle spent nine seasons there and never took his team to a bowl game. UL had been bowl eligible a few times, but with a .500 record could never quite break through.

North Texas: Dan McCarney

Rating: Love it. The Todd Dodge experiment went horribly wrong, so North Texas was absolutely right to go after a proven winner on the FBS level. McCarney spent 12 years as head coach at Iowa State, and remains the longest-tenured (141 games) and winningest (56) coach in school history. He spent the last several seasons as an assistant at Florida, and did the right thing when he kept Mike Canales on as offensive coordinator. With fertile recruiting ground all around him, plus a new stadium opening, McCarney has what he needs to build a winner.

ESPN
http://espn.go.com/blog/ncfnation/post/_...s-sun-belt

Louisiana? Oh snap, the protest calls have already begun in Monrovia!03-lmfao

Do you have to start the name crap up again ? So childish. So immature.03-banghead
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RE: ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches
(01-23-2011 01:25 PM)Atlanta Trojan Wrote:  
(01-23-2011 01:22 PM)Raider_ATO Wrote:  
(01-23-2011 01:10 PM)Atlanta Trojan Wrote:  I just do not understand this at all....Not trying to be rude to eigher school but why cant someone thats an official come out and set the record straight? I mean ULL calls themselves University of Louisiana and so does Monroe....WHICH IS IT?!?! Its the biggest messed up mess ive ever heard of!!

Monroe doesn't use "University of Louisiana" and has embraced "ULM". Any academic publication from Lafayette uses "University of Louisiana at Lafayette" and use http://www.ull.edu. Only ULL athletics uses "Louisiana" and its often used as "Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns".

You must be new. There's your education. Please don't contribute to the ULs' name threads. kthx.

No im not new at all.....I even think some of the ULM and ULL people confuse this at times....

No they dont.
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RE: ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches
(01-23-2011 02:40 PM)MG61 Wrote:  
(01-23-2011 11:16 AM)CajunT Wrote:  
(01-22-2011 05:41 PM)MG61 Wrote:  We continue our look at the new non-AQ head coaches for the 2011 season. Up next: Sun Belt.

Arkansas State: Hugh Freeze.

Rating: Like it. Steve Roberts did an admirable job with Arkansas State in his nine seasons, taking the program to its only bowl game in 2005. But things had grown stagnant and a change was needed. It seemed easy enough to turn to Freeze, who directed the record-breaking offense in 2009. The RedWolves broke nine offensive school records that included 4,841 yards of total offense. Ryan Aplin broke the school records for total offense, passing yards, passing touchdowns and completions. Freeze is a solid recruiter as well. But he has never been a head coach on the FBS level, so that could be a factor.

Louisiana: Mark Hudspeth.

Rating: Like it. Hudspeth did a great job in his two seasons as an assistant at Mississippi State. This past season the Bulldogs went 9-4, were ranked and made it to a bowl game. He coached at North Alabama before that, so he has ties to the South, which is important for recruiting. But Louisiana is not an easy place to win. Rickey Bustle spent nine seasons there and never took his team to a bowl game. UL had been bowl eligible a few times, but with a .500 record could never quite break through.

North Texas: Dan McCarney

Rating: Love it. The Todd Dodge experiment went horribly wrong, so North Texas was absolutely right to go after a proven winner on the FBS level. McCarney spent 12 years as head coach at Iowa State, and remains the longest-tenured (141 games) and winningest (56) coach in school history. He spent the last several seasons as an assistant at Florida, and did the right thing when he kept Mike Canales on as offensive coordinator. With fertile recruiting ground all around him, plus a new stadium opening, McCarney has what he needs to build a winner.

ESPN
http://espn.go.com/blog/ncfnation/post/_...s-sun-belt

Louisiana? Oh snap, the protest calls have already begun in Monrovia!03-lmfao

Do you have to start the name crap up again ? So childish. So immature.03-banghead

deny the fact that whiny emails havent been sent. I dare you.

Z
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RE: ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches
(01-23-2011 04:53 PM)zeebart21 Wrote:  
(01-23-2011 02:40 PM)MG61 Wrote:  
(01-23-2011 11:16 AM)CajunT Wrote:  
(01-22-2011 05:41 PM)MG61 Wrote:  We continue our look at the new non-AQ head coaches for the 2011 season. Up next: Sun Belt.

Arkansas State: Hugh Freeze.

Rating: Like it. Steve Roberts did an admirable job with Arkansas State in his nine seasons, taking the program to its only bowl game in 2005. But things had grown stagnant and a change was needed. It seemed easy enough to turn to Freeze, who directed the record-breaking offense in 2009. The RedWolves broke nine offensive school records that included 4,841 yards of total offense. Ryan Aplin broke the school records for total offense, passing yards, passing touchdowns and completions. Freeze is a solid recruiter as well. But he has never been a head coach on the FBS level, so that could be a factor.

Louisiana: Mark Hudspeth.

Rating: Like it. Hudspeth did a great job in his two seasons as an assistant at Mississippi State. This past season the Bulldogs went 9-4, were ranked and made it to a bowl game. He coached at North Alabama before that, so he has ties to the South, which is important for recruiting. But Louisiana is not an easy place to win. Rickey Bustle spent nine seasons there and never took his team to a bowl game. UL had been bowl eligible a few times, but with a .500 record could never quite break through.

North Texas: Dan McCarney

Rating: Love it. The Todd Dodge experiment went horribly wrong, so North Texas was absolutely right to go after a proven winner on the FBS level. McCarney spent 12 years as head coach at Iowa State, and remains the longest-tenured (141 games) and winningest (56) coach in school history. He spent the last several seasons as an assistant at Florida, and did the right thing when he kept Mike Canales on as offensive coordinator. With fertile recruiting ground all around him, plus a new stadium opening, McCarney has what he needs to build a winner.

ESPN
http://espn.go.com/blog/ncfnation/post/_...s-sun-belt

Louisiana? Oh snap, the protest calls have already begun in Monrovia!03-lmfao

Do you have to start the name crap up again ? So childish. So immature.03-banghead

deny the fact that whiny emails havent been sent. I dare you.

Z

Who other than ULM or ULL care ? No reason for making the rest of us constantly suffer thru the back and forth state of Louisiana name crap.05-nono
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RE: ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches
(01-23-2011 01:10 PM)Atlanta Trojan Wrote:  
(01-23-2011 11:16 AM)CajunT Wrote:  
(01-22-2011 05:41 PM)MG61 Wrote:  We continue our look at the new non-AQ head coaches for the 2011 season. Up next: Sun Belt.

Arkansas State: Hugh Freeze.

Rating: Like it. Steve Roberts did an admirable job with Arkansas State in his nine seasons, taking the program to its only bowl game in 2005. But things had grown stagnant and a change was needed. It seemed easy enough to turn to Freeze, who directed the record-breaking offense in 2009. The RedWolves broke nine offensive school records that included 4,841 yards of total offense. Ryan Aplin broke the school records for total offense, passing yards, passing touchdowns and completions. Freeze is a solid recruiter as well. But he has never been a head coach on the FBS level, so that could be a factor.

Louisiana: Mark Hudspeth.

Rating: Like it. Hudspeth did a great job in his two seasons as an assistant at Mississippi State. This past season the Bulldogs went 9-4, were ranked and made it to a bowl game. He coached at North Alabama before that, so he has ties to the South, which is important for recruiting. But Louisiana is not an easy place to win. Rickey Bustle spent nine seasons there and never took his team to a bowl game. UL had been bowl eligible a few times, but with a .500 record could never quite break through.

North Texas: Dan McCarney

Rating: Love it. The Todd Dodge experiment went horribly wrong, so North Texas was absolutely right to go after a proven winner on the FBS level. McCarney spent 12 years as head coach at Iowa State, and remains the longest-tenured (141 games) and winningest (56) coach in school history. He spent the last several seasons as an assistant at Florida, and did the right thing when he kept Mike Canales on as offensive coordinator. With fertile recruiting ground all around him, plus a new stadium opening, McCarney has what he needs to build a winner.

ESPN
http://espn.go.com/blog/ncfnation/post/_...s-sun-belt

Louisiana? Oh snap, the protest calls have already begun in Monrovia!03-lmfao

I just do not understand this at all....Not trying to be rude to eigher school but why cant someone thats an official come out and set the record straight? I mean ULL calls themselves University of Louisiana and so does Monroe....WHICH IS IT?!?! Its the biggest messed up mess ive ever heard of!!

From both schools official websites starting with "ULL".
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
104 University Circle
Lafayette, LA 70504
______________________________________________

ULM

The University of Louisiana at Monroe
700 University Avenue
Monroe, LA 71209

This should settle it!
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RE: ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches
(01-23-2011 05:25 PM)MG61 Wrote:  
(01-23-2011 04:53 PM)zeebart21 Wrote:  
(01-23-2011 02:40 PM)MG61 Wrote:  
(01-23-2011 11:16 AM)CajunT Wrote:  
(01-22-2011 05:41 PM)MG61 Wrote:  We continue our look at the new non-AQ head coaches for the 2011 season. Up next: Sun Belt.

Arkansas State: Hugh Freeze.

Rating: Like it. Steve Roberts did an admirable job with Arkansas State in his nine seasons, taking the program to its only bowl game in 2005. But things had grown stagnant and a change was needed. It seemed easy enough to turn to Freeze, who directed the record-breaking offense in 2009. The RedWolves broke nine offensive school records that included 4,841 yards of total offense. Ryan Aplin broke the school records for total offense, passing yards, passing touchdowns and completions. Freeze is a solid recruiter as well. But he has never been a head coach on the FBS level, so that could be a factor.

Louisiana: Mark Hudspeth.

Rating: Like it. Hudspeth did a great job in his two seasons as an assistant at Mississippi State. This past season the Bulldogs went 9-4, were ranked and made it to a bowl game. He coached at North Alabama before that, so he has ties to the South, which is important for recruiting. But Louisiana is not an easy place to win. Rickey Bustle spent nine seasons there and never took his team to a bowl game. UL had been bowl eligible a few times, but with a .500 record could never quite break through.

North Texas: Dan McCarney

Rating: Love it. The Todd Dodge experiment went horribly wrong, so North Texas was absolutely right to go after a proven winner on the FBS level. McCarney spent 12 years as head coach at Iowa State, and remains the longest-tenured (141 games) and winningest (56) coach in school history. He spent the last several seasons as an assistant at Florida, and did the right thing when he kept Mike Canales on as offensive coordinator. With fertile recruiting ground all around him, plus a new stadium opening, McCarney has what he needs to build a winner.

ESPN
http://espn.go.com/blog/ncfnation/post/_...s-sun-belt

Louisiana? Oh snap, the protest calls have already begun in Monrovia!03-lmfao

Do you have to start the name crap up again ? So childish. So immature.03-banghead

deny the fact that whiny emails havent been sent. I dare you.

Z

Who other than ULM or ULL care ? No reason for making the rest of us constantly suffer thru the back and forth state of Louisiana name crap.05-nono

We all tolerate some post from you MG61 that we don't care to read either. Bottomline, you posted on here to invite coment and if you don't like it then move on. People get tired of NT's mut nonsense too, but I don't spend much time trying to lecture others. Thanks.
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RE: ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches
(01-23-2011 06:10 PM)JoeJag Wrote:  
(01-23-2011 01:10 PM)Atlanta Trojan Wrote:  
(01-23-2011 11:16 AM)CajunT Wrote:  
(01-22-2011 05:41 PM)MG61 Wrote:  We continue our look at the new non-AQ head coaches for the 2011 season. Up next: Sun Belt.

Arkansas State: Hugh Freeze.

Rating: Like it. Steve Roberts did an admirable job with Arkansas State in his nine seasons, taking the program to its only bowl game in 2005. But things had grown stagnant and a change was needed. It seemed easy enough to turn to Freeze, who directed the record-breaking offense in 2009. The RedWolves broke nine offensive school records that included 4,841 yards of total offense. Ryan Aplin broke the school records for total offense, passing yards, passing touchdowns and completions. Freeze is a solid recruiter as well. But he has never been a head coach on the FBS level, so that could be a factor.

Louisiana: Mark Hudspeth.

Rating: Like it. Hudspeth did a great job in his two seasons as an assistant at Mississippi State. This past season the Bulldogs went 9-4, were ranked and made it to a bowl game. He coached at North Alabama before that, so he has ties to the South, which is important for recruiting. But Louisiana is not an easy place to win. Rickey Bustle spent nine seasons there and never took his team to a bowl game. UL had been bowl eligible a few times, but with a .500 record could never quite break through.

North Texas: Dan McCarney

Rating: Love it. The Todd Dodge experiment went horribly wrong, so North Texas was absolutely right to go after a proven winner on the FBS level. McCarney spent 12 years as head coach at Iowa State, and remains the longest-tenured (141 games) and winningest (56) coach in school history. He spent the last several seasons as an assistant at Florida, and did the right thing when he kept Mike Canales on as offensive coordinator. With fertile recruiting ground all around him, plus a new stadium opening, McCarney has what he needs to build a winner.

ESPN
http://espn.go.com/blog/ncfnation/post/_...s-sun-belt

Louisiana? Oh snap, the protest calls have already begun in Monrovia!03-lmfao

I just do not understand this at all....Not trying to be rude to eigher school but why cant someone thats an official come out and set the record straight? I mean ULL calls themselves University of Louisiana and so does Monroe....WHICH IS IT?!?! Its the biggest messed up mess ive ever heard of!!

From both schools official websites starting with "ULL".
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
104 University Circle
Lafayette, LA 70504
______________________________________________

ULM

The University of Louisiana at Monroe
700 University Avenue
Monroe, LA 71209

This should settle it!

You got it and it's "Louisiana" for athletics.
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RE: ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches
(01-23-2011 06:34 PM)CajunT Wrote:  
(01-23-2011 05:25 PM)MG61 Wrote:  
(01-23-2011 04:53 PM)zeebart21 Wrote:  
(01-23-2011 02:40 PM)MG61 Wrote:  
(01-23-2011 11:16 AM)CajunT Wrote:  Louisiana? Oh snap, the protest calls have already begun in Monrovia!03-lmfao

Do you have to start the name crap up again ? So childish. So immature.03-banghead

deny the fact that whiny emails havent been sent. I dare you.

Z

Who other than ULM or ULL care ? No reason for making the rest of us constantly suffer thru the back and forth state of Louisiana name crap.05-nono

We all tolerate some post from you MG61 that we don't care to read either. Bottomline, you posted on here to invite coment and if you don't like it then move on. People get tired of NT's mut nonsense too, but I don't spend much time trying to lecture others. Thanks.

Don't try to be so high and mighty. Comment yes,but not childish bickering between just two members that especially you try to inject into as many threads as possible. 05-nono
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RE: ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches
(01-23-2011 06:38 PM)MG61 Wrote:  
(01-23-2011 06:34 PM)CajunT Wrote:  
(01-23-2011 05:25 PM)MG61 Wrote:  
(01-23-2011 04:53 PM)zeebart21 Wrote:  
(01-23-2011 02:40 PM)MG61 Wrote:  Do you have to start the name crap up again ? So childish. So immature.03-banghead

deny the fact that whiny emails havent been sent. I dare you.

Z

Who other than ULM or ULL care ? No reason for making the rest of us constantly suffer thru the back and forth state of Louisiana name crap.05-nono

We all tolerate some post from you MG61 that we don't care to read either. Bottomline, you posted on here to invite coment and if you don't like it then move on. People get tired of NT's mut nonsense too, but I don't spend much time trying to lecture others. Thanks.

Don't try to be so high and mighty. Comment yes,but not childish bickering between just two members that especially you try to inject into as many threads as possible. 05-nono

Perhaps you should take your own adivce MG61. Most smack is childish, but you don't have a problem running yours. I guess the larger question is who sets the standard or defines what is acceptable smack,you? If so then perhaps this board has served its purpose and its time to move on just like the old one you ran. Thanks
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RE: ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches
Keep it relevant to the topic "ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches" and you won't see any problems.

Title a thread "ULL vs. ULM name ish" and only ULL and ULM folks will click on it. People think they're going to see a thread about "ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches" when they click on this thread. Not ULL/ULM name bickering and baiting.
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RE: ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches
(01-23-2011 09:44 PM)Raider_ATO Wrote:  Keep it relevant to the topic "ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches" and you won't see any problems.

Title a thread "ULL vs. ULM name ish" and only ULL and ULM folks will click on it. People think they're going to see a thread about "ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches" when they click on this thread. Not ULL/ULM name bickering and baiting.

we'll take it under advisement and get back to you.....03-talktothehand03-talktothehand
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RE: ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches
(01-23-2011 09:44 PM)Raider_ATO Wrote:  Keep it relevant to the topic "ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches" and you won't see any problems.

Title a thread "ULL vs. ULM name ish" and only ULL and ULM folks will click on it. People think they're going to see a thread about "ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches" when they click on this thread. Not ULL/ULM name bickering and baiting.

BINGO - 04-cheers
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RE: ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches
(01-23-2011 09:44 PM)Raider_ATO Wrote:  Keep it relevant to the topic "ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches" and you won't see any problems.

Title a thread "ULL vs. ULM name ish" and only ULL and ULM folks will click on it. People think they're going to see a thread about "ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches" when they click on this thread. Not ULL/ULM name bickering and baiting.

Gotcha, I will be holding you guys to that when the annual muts versus nuts dung fest begins again.04-rock
01-23-2011 11:18 PM
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RE: ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches
(01-23-2011 11:18 PM)CajunT Wrote:  
(01-23-2011 09:44 PM)Raider_ATO Wrote:  Keep it relevant to the topic "ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches" and you won't see any problems.

Title a thread "ULL vs. ULM name ish" and only ULL and ULM folks will click on it. People think they're going to see a thread about "ESPN Blog: New Sun Belt Coaches" when they click on this thread. Not ULL/ULM name bickering and baiting.

Gotcha, I will be holding you guys to that when the annual muts versus nuts dung fest begins again.04-rock

Or you could just disregard their rambling and carry on.....which is more than likely what I will do.
Have a great day, T.

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