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Muddy River last won the day on March 8 2020

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  1. Is that young people lingo for something?.......asking for a friend.
  2. You wear 15 1/4 zips a weekend? Laundry day must suck at your house.
  3. Interesting thought. I'm curious which option people would think is better for the program: A) TJD leaves after this year and is drafted Top 5 B) TJD stays and we win a National Championship next year. I know there a a lot of variables, but in it's face, which would be better for the program?
  4. Couple of thoughts. The boilers hate to be referred to as "little brother", yet they hire our cast off assistants, and pick up as many IU transfers as they can. They are clearly trying to be "IU Lite". I don't want anyone who dons the black and gold at IU. If the story about the playbook is true it is the ultimate d!*k move. It looks really bad for Sampson's character, as well as Brohm's. I'd hope Brohm' would refuse, buy I fear his seat it hot enough that he would resort to anything to save his hide. At any rate, I hope Tom and the boys roll over the scoreboard in West Laffy this year.
  5. So the Purdue AD complains about ending an event that his team is historically bad in? That dude should be sending Dolson a Thank You card.
  6. You should listen, no one is a bigger authority on being an ass. Dakich once wore OSU gear and stood on the OSU sideline during an IU homecoming game. Dakich wearing anything is Dakich being an ass.
  7. I'm not trying to change your mind, you listened to YOUR doctor. It's what I think everyone should do. Clearly you are at a different station in life than I am, and received different advice. Not right or wrong, just different. I think we are much more in agreement on this issue than you might think.
  8. I think there is a lot of validity in this statement. My doctor advised me to get the vaccine, but clearly I am not a 22 year old athlete, and like all viruses Covid affects people differently. That said ,I also am a regular subscriber the the "better to have it and not need it, than to need it and not have it" philosophy. My wife will tell you to look at my garage as proof!
  9. Fair enough, but would you continue to encourage him further if his talent allowed?
  10. Would you let your son play football knowing what you do about CTE?
  11. VAERS reports alone cannot be used to determine if a vaccine caused or contributed to an adverse event or illness. The reports may contain information that is incomplete, inaccurate, coincidental, or unverifiable. In large part, reports to VAERS are voluntary, which means they are subject to biases. This creates specific limitations on how the data can be used scientifically. Data from VAERS reports should always be interpreted with these limitations in mind. This is on page one of what you linked. I'm also suspicious of any data base open to the public at large. Also, if all of the information in this report is assumed to be true, why do medical professionals continue to urge people to get vaccinated? I'm not going to take medical advice from politicians, and I'm certainly not going to take it from the internet, but I will take it from my doctor and use a little common sense. If social media existed in the 50's polio would still be rampant. If everything on the internet were true, IU basketball would be coached by Billy Donavan...or Brad Stevens...or both!
  12. Well, Kenya Hunter's coach got fired as well, as did Tom Allen's.....just sayin.....
  13. To be fair, it has been difficult to find anything to be critical about, so, yes, I did have to search.
  14. This is a little murky to me. He stated several times in the interview that his goal is to become a head coach. He stated he was appreciative of the position created for him, but clearly didn't think it lined up with his goal. He also stated several times that he would've stayed at IU forever. Anyway, just some observations from the podcast. Surely you see the irony here. The "IU guy" portion of the fanbase got him the job.
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