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Old 11-11-2015, 09:20 PM
 
Location: Trumbull/Danbury
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That is why A&M particularly will never be taken seriously. The Gag'Mes Love to play schools like UTSA and Prarie View because it increases the win record, but they can;t go up against schools like Auburn or Alabama and win.
Cannot say it causes a total loss of respect, because I never respected the Gaggies anyway, but perhaps they should move to Conference USA or the Mountain West?


I will continue to skip the SEC on CBS until they get rid of Verne Lundquist.

Unfortunately, it's starting to look like Lundquist will have to be permanently blind before CBS replaces him. He should've been out 7 years ago, he could barely tell what was going on 10 years ago.
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