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8. | Sep 19, 2013
You could not be more wrong about #12. Are you serious? Let's start with Minn. That year was absulotely sick for any QB & WR Combo until Moss and Brady last year. It was not 12's fault his kicker decided to miss his first FG of the year in the NFC Championship Game. Not to mention 12 doesn't play defense. So you can't blame him for giving up those points in that game. He and Moss carried that team for real. Then lets talk about his years as an eagles. Fog bowl, can't blame 12 for dropping the go ahead TD while being wide open in the End Zone. That honor belongs to that overrated stiff Keith Jackson. Oh wait, what about the time our "great" defense turned in a clunker against Jim Everett and the rams? Made them look like the 07 Colts. Don't get me wrong, 12 share's in the blame and he was a bit of a whack job. But there was a reason for 3 MVP's. Randall was the truth. I'd take him over 5 anyday. Not to mention the bigger whack job of a coach he had. Who gave him no offensive help other than byars. By the time he got the help in Fred B and Calvin W. Our Defense was trash. Reggie was gone, Jerome died, Eric Allen cashed in on FA. B&E was showing signs of wear and tear. Come on man...If you are a true Eagles fan, and watched Randall every week and you're being totally honest with yourself and not blaming him because the media told you to. You truely have to consider him for the HOF. You look at pure talent, the numbers, he's got to be in. First ballet, maybe not. But definitely in.
9. | Sep 19, 2013
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12. | May 26, 2013
Of course I anerswed your nonsense bermiefluff. First I told you to stop thinking like a phony-British socialist and try to understand the basics of investing in a competitive environment, as in the case of major NCAA sports. I laid-out for you the positive progression of the 3-year ROI on 8/26 above feel free to take another go at it mate. As for RU football never winning anything gee, just a modicum of Google searching easily makes a mockery of that witless remark of yours: (ii) 2 Bowl wins in last 3 years (ii) top APR football rankings, and (iii) while 2010 was not a winning season, 2011 RU football recruiting ranked among the best in conference. And the Mike Rice investment has taken RU hoops out of the BE cellar in his first year, and very easily could’ve won two games in the BE tourney if the refs didn’t blow the SJU game, which in turn would have put the team right on NIT bubble. It’s about time you get your head out of the sand.As for the Bloomberg dweebs trying to write a sports story, it’s obvious they should stick to their financial reporting where they do a good job quoting the real pros in the business, but look foolish in their own editorials. How idiotic to compare RU’s 3-year investment in big-time sports to the 5 or 6 decades of investments made down at Univ of Texas—that doesn’t even pass the laugh test. And heaven forbid the left-leaning big government-loving Bloomie organization take NJ politicians to task for all the cutbacks to state higher education spending at the expense of all the corruption and misspending, double and triple-dipping politician pensions, etc. etc. etc. Or what if Booberg writers had the guts to take on the bloated college administrations like the Wall Street Journal has? Come on, that article has already been proven to be useless. No one outside of Trenton takes its premise even half-seriously, and those corrupt politicians will only care if they can use the trash to divert more money out of the state university to their pet projects and line their own pockets. Man bermiefluff, your bizarre pathological hatred for RU really makes you sound ridiculously uninformed despite your use of the British thesaurus.