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MPAhorn14

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About MPAhorn14

  • Birthday 01/15/1991

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  1. Does anyone know if there is a travel curfew for this game?
  2. Pardon my ignorance, but what exactly do they do at Junior Day? Is it like a meet and greet with the coaches, tour the facility, etc.?
  3. AgManiacmike - on the baseball note, I can tell you as being one of those lower level schools that got to play twice at A&M, we didn't throw our top guys. I believe 9 out of 10 times the schools keep their weekend pitchers out of those Tuesday games. With that said, A&M was a great place to play and I enjoyed it. I agree on the football, basketball, and SEC portion of baseball points.
  4. The butterfly effect comes to mind. We get Perrilloux, he kills it here for a few years, and a few years later we get Jameis Winston. Oh what could have been
  5. TCU's stud defensive end Devonte' Fields was allegedly robbed this morning.. take a read for yourself. The story sounds pretty fishy the more you read though. Sounds like there is a lot more to this than was reported. http://www.tcu360.com/campus/2014/01/19220.tcu-defensive-end-devonte-fields-attacked-and-robbed-campus-home
  6. I don't think Strong is sunshine pumping, I am saying lets tap the breaks on the pat on the backs until we start seeing some results
  7. Actions speak louder than words. I will believe it when I see the talent on campus and playing on the field from August-January. Less sunshine pumping, more doing
  8. I like the idea of a message board and it get that the point is to share information, but my goodness we have had some serious air balls from "people in the know" the past month
  9. He isn't even visiting Texas... so let's take it easy on the "new commit"
  10. Sean Adams = Bill Little (sunshine pumper) While I agree with a majority of your post, we do compete against A&M for recruits. Yes, we will still bring in talented young men that will work their butt off for 4 years for our program, but this trend of losing highly rated recruits to A&M is an alarming fact that needs to be highlighted. Yes, A&M will struggle this year, but it's no guarantee that we won't struggle as well with BYU, UCLA, Baylor, and OU on a front loaded half of the schedule. Finally, my deal with Strong losing so many recruits from this class is the fact that we aren't losing open recruits, but we are losing committed recruits. Guys that commit to a great institution and program like UT shouldn't be leaving when we hire a coach that is a proven defensive success. Something is up here and I don't like the way it is trending.
  11. I agree completely with your analysis, however I fear that we are in no way guaranteed to have a good year next year. We have our work cut out for us
  12. "but... but... there isn't a problem!" - half the posters on this board
  13. Ok smart ass, I obviously don't coach but when we hire an "excellent defensive coach" I expect him to keep the "excellent defensive recruits" that have already committed to the program. It's not like he had to go convince these guys to come to Texas, they were already committed. Maybe they are candy ass kids that can't handle the new tough regime under Strong? Only time will tell, but at first glance it is not a good impression.

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