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2012 TSUN shenanigans and arguments

Discussion in 'College Football' started by Steve19, Jan 1, 2012.

  1. localyokel

    localyokel Allergic to Kool-Aid

    I was reading thru the MGOBLOG and found myself thinking, "Wow! These people sound so much more sane, intelligent and rational than they usually do...then, I realized: I've been reading a lot of PedState fan posts lately.

    It's a sad day when one is so freakin' delusional and irrational that they can make a meatchicken board look reasonable by comparison. :shake:
  2. Mike80

    Mike80 Done

  3. NFBuck

    NFBuck Colavito's Curse.

    Yeah, pretty sure we had the 50.1% on that outcome. :lol:
  4. WolverineMike

    WolverineMike Senior

    Stonum dismissed from team

    At least he's focused on graduating.
  5. TooTallMenardo

    TooTallMenardo Welcome To The Machine

  6. Buckeyevsworld

    Buckeyevsworld Freshman

    I don't think i've ever thought that the few times i've gone there. All they seem to do is down play Meyer's hiring(and recruiting success), make Hoke out to be a top 3 coach, and pretend that their 9 losses to Tress were all due to "cheating". If it weren't for ND fans, they'd probably win the title for being the most delusional fan base in college sports.
  7. sparcboxbuck

    sparcboxbuck What happened to my ┬Ącash?

    Couldn't say it better.
  8. NFBuck

    NFBuck Colavito's Curse.

    Sorry, I hate scUM and the domers as much as anyone, but the nitwits have been exposed as a sociopathic cult since this scandal broke. The level of denial and total lack of awarenes of the gravity of this whole thing is truly mind blowing. They thought they had legitimate shots at guys like Les Miles, Nick Saban, and Jon Gruden, for God's sake. Their boards make anything the scUMmers or domers have pulled seem pedestrian. They are #1 with a bullet and the lead grows daily.
  9. Jaxbuck

    Jaxbuck I hate tsun


    Knowing that the moonies were crazier never made me hate communists less.
  10. Muck

    Muck Enjoy Every Sandwich Staff Member

    Already happened.
  11. NFBuck

    NFBuck Colavito's Curse.

    Which site? Scout still has us #4, them #3...

    *Edit* I see...Rivals has bumped us to #3, scUM #5.
    Last edited: Jan 17, 2012
  12. NFBuck

    NFBuck Colavito's Curse.

    Man, I get where you're coming from...but seeing the sick, subhuman, cult mentality of the nittany creeps, I hope they fail 3x more than those glorious three years scUM had with dickrod. scUM fans are treacherous, arrogant, MF'ers...but the nits are goddamned evil incarnate in my mind. I never thought it would come to this, but I hope scUM torches them by 50 every time they play.
  13. HorseshoeFetish

    HorseshoeFetish Silver Bullet Supporter

  14. Buckeyeskickbuttocks

    Buckeyeskickbuttocks Z --> Z^2 + c Staff Member

    100% truth
  15. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.

    Funny stuff on the M-Zone....

    'Bama "grayshirts" new OC after oversigning coaches

    (from MZone wire reports) TUSCALOOSA, AL -- The MZone has learned that newly hired Alabama offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeir is being asked to sit out the 2012 season and join the Crimson Tide staff next year because Nick Saban has signed too many football coaches. Nussmeir, who had been the offensive coordinator at Washington, found out only after he and his family arrived in Tuscaloosa on Monday afternoon.

    "Coach Saban said he wished he would?ve been able to tell me before I quit my old job, sold my house, moved all the way across the country with my family and had six other coaching offers I turned down instead of telling me now," said Nussmeir as he stood next to his crying wife and kids on the front lawn of the new Tuscaloosa house that they can no longer afford. "He (Saban) said the only reason he can?t have me join his staff for this season is because he can?t have too many offensive coordinators. He can only have one. And he hired three. But he said he was going to bring me in for the 2013 season. And I know it's true because he said he would pinky swear that he would keep his word about that ? which has to really, really mean something."

    So what happened to Nussmeir's new job between the time he agreed to it on Friday and the time the offer was pulled on Monday? According to MZone sources, after Nussmeir accepted Saban's offer, the Tide head coach then made an offer to Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Todd Monken on Saturday and Stanford OC Pep Hamilton on Sunday. When both said yes, it left Nussmeir as the odd man out since Washington's offense wasn't as highly ranked as Oklahoma State's or Stanford's. No word yet on whether Monken or Hamilton will be next to get ass-[censored]ed by Saban on this one.

    When the MZone asked Nussmeir what he was going to do this fall since all the prime OC jobs are already filled at this point, Nussmeir said he was going to stay in Alabama. "Coach Saban said he'd help me get a job at the Piggly Wiggly during the time I'm not on his staff. What an awesome, caring man, huh?"

    While, Nussmeir seemed understanding about having his job yanked away at the 11th hour, other assistant coaches weren't so forgiving of Saban.

    "It's deplorable," said new Florida OC Brent Pease. "A person agrees to something, doesn't look elsewhere because he thinks he's set, then is told at the last minute, 'Sorry, you're on your own'? And that's supposed to be okay? I can't believe there's not a national outcry about this. But, as usual, the ESPN's and Gary Danielson's of the world aren't saying [Mark May]. They only care about the players. Typical."

    Last summer, the SEC instituted limits on the number of assistant coaches a team can have. But Saban, notorious for having signing extra coaches to his staff at Alabama, was unfazed at the time. "It's not going to be that much of a management issue for us to be able to continue to create the same number of opportunities for young coaches and just try to manage it a little better."

    However, it does sound like something Saban would do.:slappy:
    Redhawk likes this.

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