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to join in the UM denials. Methinks they dost protest too much. They have been accused of this stuff for years but they have never been this agressive in denying it. Wonder why?
Good, better, best. Never let it rest. Until your good is better and your better is best. -
I love these UM idiots talking about "the process" to complain, as if we're obligated to go to their compliance officer or the NCAA if we want to speculate about what they're doing.
Here's a hint jacklegs- I *DO NOT* have to do any such thing. When your recruits flash cash on Twitter, when they post "It's all about the $$$" and the best explanation they can provide for signing with you is that "Ole Miss really showed me some things" then we're free to think what we want. Survive the NCAA inquiry and go win some championships if you really want this to go away, that's my advice. Until then, I'll keep thinking and saying exactly what I feel about those fakers.
"DIS FOOTBALL SEASON GONNA BE CRAZY... PPL CAMPIN OUT FA TICKETS ON CAMPUS LIKE EVERYBODY WAS FA DAT FEMA MONEY!!!" Jameon Lewis
Now if it was US being accused of all that stuff do you think Locke would take that tone in an article about it? Do you think he would let it rest at that?
This post was edited by shsdawg 14 months ago
Not only NO but HELL NO he wouldn't. He's a dyed in the wool umite hack. With the emphasis on the ENTIRE previous sentence.
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