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DBut82 last won the day on September 29 2020

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About DBut82

  • Birthday 09/25/1975

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    Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. Prov 3:5-6 (KJV)
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  1. This is because SLC has a habit of holding kids back in their elementary years in hopes of them being further physically developed by the time they reach high school athletics...
  2. And it could be used to "pursuade" players to stay thru their senior year
  3. It's the last paragraph that does it for me!!! https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/31876984/texas-athletic-director-ross-bjork-says-aggies-prepared-texas-oklahoma-join-sec
  4. Interesting...thanks for the insight. Yeah, I have no clue how the money works and how their slotted. But this helps a lot. Thanks again!
  5. I don't know really anything regarding the MLB draft but it was weird to me. Ty was rated #12 and the 3rd best pitcher in the draft and he fell to #32. There was also a kid rated #6 and he fell to #16. There were a lot of high school pitchers taken which surprised me. I just find it hard to believe that a 17 year old kid is better than a 21 year old. Even if just from a body maturity aspect. Oh well. Interesting draft to say the least. Congratulations Ty!!!
  6. I don't think it's an either or choice of what to watch but rather an "in addition to" type thing. While the NBA may not be football in popularity here in the states, the revenue for NBA is world wide. The league is extremely diverse and isn't going anywhere. What I think is as the more elite/popular high school kids who go the G league/Europe route for a couple of years before they go to the NBA, the more popular those "minor" leagues will become. Hence increasing viewership. And while the lack of "stars" will affect the college game some, I do believe the players who choose the college route will stay in school longer which will in turn make the college game better.
  7. We're pretty short-sighted about this because we're American. We can't overlook the fact that basketball is an international sport. So while American TV may not pick it up other parts of the world have and will. And the more American kids go this route, the more popular it'll become. Especially as these kids have success. A local kid from Little Elm, RJ Hampton, did so his senior year (European league) and was a lottery pick. Other uber talented kids will see that and take note. The college game will suffer some but not that much. Because there are more very good players than elite and those players can support the college game. What I think will happen is those college players will look to stay in school longer and actually develop their skill sets which I'm turn will make the college game better. It'll all work out
  8. Yo! This is bananas! Jayson Tyson's mother and I are good friends. I was literally just joking with her about him needing to decommit and sign with the good guys. Then I came here and saw this article. NUTS! I absolutely shot this article to her and said make it happen! Lol!
  9. I totally forgot about this because my bracket went to hell on day one. I just checked it and HOW TF am I tied for 1st??? Stranger things have happened I guess... @Aaron Carrara what's the tiebreaker? Looks like the top few brackets all have the same results...
  10. I agree SHA. For comparison, tune into the Texas Relays this weekend and take note of what the women are doing #truestory
  11. Thank you. I wasn't sure but knew he was an alum...
  12. AND he attended Texas for graduate school I think. I'm definitely on board with this

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