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In Topic: Tre Boston?

Yesterday, 07:37 PM


- state and dookie fans tomorrow on wfnz.

In Topic: Post Saints fans tweets here....

09 December 2014 - 10:00 PM

Seriously where does all the irrational hate and 30 year old men acting like 7 year olds come from? You would think that Cam had a violent criminal record? For the life of me, I don't understand. These people are crazy. Cam is a good guy and has always done charity. He was raised in a Christian home and has been nothing short of a role model in the NFL. It just pisses me off.


Welcome to the internet. You see crap like this all over the WWW. People act and say things that they would never say IRL when they are comfy and cozy behind a keyboard. Unfortunately, players/athletes get caught slippin' and take the bait. We saw that a few weeks ago when former Panther's safety Mike Mitchell was tweeting back to pissed off Steelers "fans" to "kill themselves" and to "die broke." Pretty classless. Ignore it, man. That's incredibly small of a pro athlete to say and makes him look much, much worse. I don't blame these older and old school coaches who hate social media. 

In Topic: Post Saints fans tweets here....

09 December 2014 - 08:56 PM

I've been to more Panthers games than I can count, and the Saints fans have ABSOLUTELY been some of the worst I've ever encountered at BOA Stadium. They are at or near the top of the list. Trashy Steelers fans are bad - but to be honest, I've never seen them intentionally try to start poo like I've seen from Cowboys, Saints, and Falcons fans. 


Don't get me wrong - when I was younger there were certainly a few times I probably deserved to get punched or at least asked to leave the stadium, but now that I've calmed down I still can recall seeing Saints fans at or around my age being irresponsible fans and out of control. 


Honestly, I'm surprised that you guys would start a thread on this. Be an adult ignore them and feel sorry for them. It's just a fuging game. 


I could start a thread that would go at least a few pages long on some of the BS I've seen from opposing fanbases at BOA. 

In Topic: #5 Notre Dame at #2 Florida State

20 October 2014 - 03:37 PM

Yea. You can definitely see it in college basketball. It wouldn't surprise me if Jimbo was in the official's ear about the "picks" being set when ND scored their first TD on the same play. And Luke being ejected yesterday shows that officials can really let their emotions influence a decision.


that's what was going on during the UNC/ND game. Kelly wouldn't stop "coaching" the refs and was in their ears for the two plays before the bullshit personal foul was going on. That 'Quise pick is what ended losing the game for Carolina but if that penalty isn't called UNC was probably going to win. 

In Topic: #5 Notre Dame at #2 Florida State

20 October 2014 - 03:29 PM

I agree. Officiating seems to be getting worse and worse. And to make a call like that at the end of a game that directly changes the outcome, you better be damn sure a penalty was actually committed.


I think one thing that would help with officiating in football and would absolutely help in college hoops is that they need to make it illegal for coaches to talk to officials. Something along those lines. It would be hard to do - but certain coaches (like the one in Durham during basketball season) has to have a conversation with an official at every opportunity. I think coaches (some are better than others) can heavily influence officiating. Officials/refs get caught up in the bullshit. 

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