Comments by sameolvolalum

Written on John Adams: Butch Jones hasn't had enough time to change UT's losing ways:

Half empty theorists: Ducks, Gayters, Dawgs, Tide, Chickens = LOSSES.

Half full theorists: Ducks, Gayters, Dawgs, Tide, Chickens = OPPORTUNITIES.

Pick your perspective.

VFL!

Written on Mike Strange: It's time to see how much rebuilding Butch Jones has done:

Nice read. Coach Jones has ignored his detractors, looking instead at the imminent tasks at hand. Notice how not only he, but all championship caliber leaders don't tolerate dwelling on the dispersions which are tossed by those ubiquitous boat anchors; negative sports writers (JA), trolls, crybaby alums and benefactors, etc., etc., etc. I guess he figures that if you only stare at the snow, you're just going to wreck the sled. The "buying in" of UT's footballer team and staff began its nosedive in 1999 and hasn't seen anything but the looming ground ever since. That though, Vol fans, has changed. Here's to enjoying a new era of Tennessee football.....Butchie ball.....and to immutable respect given to the men wearing those white helmets with those big orange T's on them! VFL!

Written on Vols' Randolph ready to return from torn ACL:

'Just another reason why our defense will be far better than currently rated.

Written on Mike Strange: This time, it's not Year Zero at Tennessee:

in response to GerryOP:

Well said Bipolar. Do you think that these clowns are accepting our point? It's not about just supporting a coach, it's really about being a UT fan. And fans accept everything about UT. But these folks just aren't happy unless they are trashing something about UT ... and they call themselves fans.

I agree, too. Fat Jeffy tipped his hand, I noticed. Not that I ever respond to him nor that handful of other trolls and all those silly re-posters, but it was funny, nonetheless. I think the KNS should've stopped this stuff, but maybe since the season's getting started, we fans can enjoy this site again. GBO!

Written on Mike Strange: This time, it's not Year Zero at Tennessee:

in response to GerryOP:

Well said Bipolar. Do you think that these clowns are accepting our point? It's not about just supporting a coach, it's really about being a UT fan. And fans accept everything about UT. But these folks just aren't happy unless they are trashing something about UT ... and they call themselves fans.

I agree, too. Fat Jeffy tipped his hand, I noticed. Not that I ever respond to him nor that handful of other trolls and all those silly re-posters, but it was funny, nonetheless. I think the KNS should've stopped this stuff, but maybe since the season's getting started, we fans can enjoy this site again. GBO!

Written on Mike Strange: This time, it's not Year Zero at Tennessee:

The players have bought into CBJ, his system and his assistants.....to a man, as I understand it. They're all on the same page since.....well, I don't know since when. Those are tangibles, Vol fans, which will bring in positive returns.....meaning a competitive group with a few unexpected wins along the way. Let's just hope the injuries keep down. GBO!

Written on After long Thursday practice, Vols gear up for 'mock game' at Neyland Stadium:

That's a refreshing article. Here's hoping for a qb and one of those rb's to break out into greatness and for the injury bug to stay out of town. Depth is clearly an issue but I, for one, remain optimistic. GBO!

Written on Butch Jones says UT offense still needs to find 'playmakers' :

in response to 123forVOLS:

I am not sure I can concur on your "Dooley had plenty to work with" statement. As I recall, he did not even have a full roster not to mention the lack of qb and depth at key positions. Now don't get me wrong, he did little with a lot later on but when he began the pickin's were really slim. I am not so sure anyone else would have done very well under the circumstances in which he arrived. But...let's move on we are in a new era and it begins real soon. Granted, this first season will be tough but let's try to be patient and see what these coaches and players can do over time.

I agree. the overall picture will become more recognizable after the guys get home from Eugene. For those of you extolling CBJ to get with it: Really! Intangibles are what they are and there are just too many of them this early into the season. Me? I'm fiercely optimistic.

Written on Clowney unblockable, QB Shaw bruised at scrimmage:

in response to bkwats2003#237114:

I do find it amazing how quickly people forget the Richardson vs Clowney battle last year. Tiny a sophomore rendered the junior ineffective all day. Clowney was so impressed he told Tiny he would have a great career in the NFL next year. Then Tiny told him I'm just a sophomore man.

People remember one of the last plays where Clowney did get around Tiny and caused Bray to fumble, however if you watched the Gruden QB show, Gruden blamed that fumble squarely on Bray for not checking off and then holding the ball too long. And Bray agreed.

I'm not saying Clowney isn't a great player but how impressive was it for Tiny to make him a non factor almost the entire game.

Yeah. I noticed that. Tiny blocked him well last year.....probably better than anyone else. There are probably other guys who'll block him this year. More double teams. If Clowney gets hurt, their defense won't fare that well since they lost their linebackers from last year.

Written on In UT's open practice at Neyland, Butch Jones says fans will get sneak peek at 2013 team:

Because of fairly marginal depth on the D-line, UT's running game and short passing game need to be consistent for the D guys to avoid running out of gas. I, for one, think this will be done due to the OL's effectiveness and superior coaching....and better talent than currently realized. Better running lanes and downfield blocking and more time for patterns to develop is what makes regular guys look really good. Last season, Bray hit those deep bombs due to adequate time.....linked to his talented arm and outstanding wide-outs.....but his effectiveness while under pressure negated all those chunks of yardage (and then some) via turnovers and pathetic third down deficiencies. Thus, points were erased by turnovers as well as a stymied defense due to fatigue. An even stronger OL and excellent coaching plus superior preparation is going to make the Vols' offense far better this year than most of the sports guru's are predicting.....IMHO. Also, it seems that most of us old farts prefer sharp and innovative unis as opposed to "tradition." Ask our recruits. Did our combat troops retain OD green unis and do they shun body armor due to tradition? Of course not. The future looks so bright it's colored orange!

Written on John Adams: Butch Jones becomes a more colorful recruiter:

In 1958 my dad didn't take my Uncle Ted's advise to invest in this up-and-coming company just listed on the stock exchange. He thought it would be silly to invest in some outfit that's name started and ended with "X's."

Written on Poll: What do you think of Tennessee's new gray uniform?:

I really don't care what other SEC schools do with their uniforms. Eventually they'll all make changes, so what's the big deal about "tradition" unless, of course, you're the fiddler on the roof? 'last time I looked at the poll, most folks like the new uni.....as do I. The deal's been signed with Adidas.....ink's dry.....they'll look great vs. the Ducks. GBO!

Written on Poll: What do you think of Tennessee's new gray uniform?:

Oh, yeah. Let's spring those black halloween unis on Spurrier again. wouldn'cha love it!

Written on Poll: What do you think of Tennessee's new gray uniform?:

Well. I'm in my 60's, am disgusted with hip-hop and tattoos, but had crazy long hair, wore an earring and played Led Zep and the Stones at 200+ db's....back in the day. Our frat house was right out of "Animal House." I submit to y'all that cool uniforms have always just been cool uniforms....and change is inevitable, so who's being anal here? For those of you youngsters knocking older folks; like it or not, you're going to grow old, too. But not everybody grows up.....'just dependent upon your surviving long enough. Also, back when all tv was black and white and there were only three (and I remember two) channels on the air, not enough games were televised for uniform colors to matter. However, gray WAS used a lot by the Vols. Uhhhhh. Did I take my pills? Where's my dad gum cane, Ma? GBO!

Written on Georgia, South Carolina single game tickets on sale:

in response to Rock_E_Topp88:

Wait until game day....get to the stadium about 1 hour before kickoff and start shopping. The closer to kickoff, the better pricing you get. I have paid as little as $10 for good seats to SEC games by doing this. There are always tickets to be had. Even if the seats are nosebleed, you can usually move down closer to the field before halftime.

GO VOLS!!!

I agree. My frat bros and I did that all over the SEC in the late '60's and early '70's. Nothing's changed as to buying cheap tickets from scalpers then matriculating down to the better ones. UT's nose-bleed seats are at least better than the ones in Athens and Gainesville. BTW the way bro: Flowers is a butt buddy of JA'a and you're giving them what they want by re-posting their crapola, just to feed your immature need to strike back. Fight it off like a grownup. You can do it! GBO!

Written on John Adams: UT's upset-minded fans should have Georgia on their mind:

The first two games will be practice sessions. Petrino @ WKU's a notably good coach but, unlike the cards he held while at the helm at Arkansas, he's got limited talent and has nowhere near the assistants he had on board previously. I'm guessing it'll still be an interesting game. Oregon's a toss-up due to the unknowns they've got, but the Ducks should be the favorites. Who knows how well they'll be coached up with this new crew. 'Maybe strong or maybe smelly. I think the attitude instilled on the Vols following that game will be a major determinant for the rest of the season. Muschamp's impetuous and prone to making bone-headed, knee-jerk decisions, and the most mistakes should mark the loser, so the FU game will most likely be a close one. No runaway here for either team. Georgia's not going to be as good this year.....lost their major studs, and the game chickens are full of themselves, plus, aside from QB and RB, their depth is suspect and injuries would kill them. They think UT's going to be a cakewalk @ Neyland (I live outside of Columbia and have to languish through their locally featured sports news every day). Mizzou just doesn't instill any respect from the rest of the SEC, probably a few years away if ever, and the kitties and commodes are still......the kitties and commodes. W's for the Vols on those two, for sure. I, for one, am optimistic.

BTW troll groupies: Jeff Flowers once lived in Reese Hall. Is the "relic" talking to himself, pretending to be good cop/bad cop all in one? Ol' Walt carries the same sentence structuring, and all three reflect similar nostalgic reminiscings.......in case you haven't noticed. Note how they coincidentally post on the same articles and how they quasi-strategically space out their responses. Maybe Jeffie and JA should just get a room and relieve the tension. I (and many of you) can't stand these poor types who so vehemently wish they could impress folks with "their smarts," with the mark being pitifully missed. 'Such a shame they waste the earth's oxygen and our time. For the rest of us dummies. GBO!

Written on Butch Jones challenges team 'to pick it up' during Tuesday's practice:

As a kid I was impressed by Bowden Wyatt's tough approach with the Vols. Vince Lombardi instilled fear into everybody with his Packers and Bill Cowher was similar with the Steelers. CBJ would have some big boots to fill if compared to these guys, but everybody's got to start somewhere and this version of the Vols FB team displays a respectable amount of respect, seasoned with an impressive element of fear-of-screwing-up coming out of the guys. They've all apparently bought in, which'll show in those third and fourth quarters in the near future. These guys are going to be fun to watch.

Written on John Adams: In the SEC, new faces are always ready to step into star status:

Dear KNS: You did this. I'd be willing to bet no other SEC school's banner newspaper has such a pitiful lack of sports editing, as the good ones simply remove this kind of garbage before it can appear. Maybe you're just wanting to run off the educated UT sports fans so they'll contribute to your 247 money sponge. There's nothing in the previous posts above except for trolls and troll feeders; none of whom show any semblance of gray matter. You created this trashy site. What are you going to do about it?

Written on John Adams: Vols prove that inaction can be a virtue:

I hate to be negative, but you seem to bring it out in a lot of us. Congratulations, JA! This is your most disjointed article yet!

Written on Wrath of Butch finds Vols:

I'm sure that I'm not alone in believing UT's got a lot more talent than most folks realize. Let's just hope the injury bug doesn't hit.

Written on John Adams: Reserved optimism for Tennessee to break bowl streak :

If there was an award for most prolific troll-baiter, it would most definitely go to John Adams. Never mind the abuse-by-annoyance to us regular sports fans who enjoy keeping up with the UT Vols. No. Just get those post/repost numbers up by opening up the sewers filled up with sociopathic trolls and simpleton troll responders. I'd be willing to bet that more trolls read and post on your editorials than those of any other sportswriter on the KNS staff. You'd no doubt move to Baton Rouge if one of their newspapers would hire you.....which they wouldn't.

Written on Dontavis Sapp has newfound confidence under Butch Jones and his staff:

Nice story, BQ. Let's remember that, even though last year's defensive squad stunk up the whole nation, many of these same guys were on a very good group the year before. I think a lot of folks are going to be surprised by the talent and effectiveness of this 2013 defensive Vols. GBO!

Written on John Adams: Quarterback play may break Tennessee's SEC tossups:

in response to Supersayin1:

About the lamest thing a person can do is come to another teams site to troll!!

Just as lame are you troll feeders who gratify these sociopaths by re-posting their crapola and adding your nauseating simpleton retorts. The KNS, John Adams riding the lead parade float, is harming UTs recruiting by creating an environment for negativity regarding the Big Orange. Mr. Kaplan, tell your boys to get off their lazy butts and edit out all these miscreants! You're using a trailer trash method for increasing response numbers with quality editorials out of the realm of reality.

Written on Daniel McCullers enters first practice with new weight of high expectations:

Big Dan't going to give our LB's some mighty big gaps to shoot. Doing that effectively, which is a plus provided by mammoth D-linemen, makes the overall team pass rush far more fearsome. CBJ's right in assessing that the big fella's crucial for making a potentially good defense into a much feared one. Go Big Dan and GBO!

Written on Raijon Neal says running back battle is 'wide open':

There's far more talent in this stable than last year's version indicated. And.........in the near future I can hear a thundering Hurd. GBO!

Written on John Adams: Reasons why you might be more optimistic about UT football:

I despise trolls....the one who you thoughtlessly reposted in particular, but I agree with you that Texas doesn't have a snow flake's chance in hades at winning ANY championship, as those 19 starters are barely better than average to start with. UGA has too many stars to replace and bama and LSU are both totally reloaded. Vandy won't circle the UT game? Nuff said. Next time, ignore the trolls and grow up and quit acknowledging them on this site. GBO!

Written on John Adams: Reasons why you might be more optimistic about UT football:

Thanks, JA, for this optimistic perspective. Maybe many more are to follow. Dooley was a mistake, but time had to tell its story and those of us who supported his program aren't at all the dummies the (so far not involved in this conversation) trolls stupidly call us. We're fans like everywhere else and we're simply supporting one of the elite and most legendary college football programs in ncaa history. There's much more reason for our optimism regarding this upcoming season so, thanks again John Adams for stepping up and making note of it. BTW Vol fans: As for the soon-to-appear trolls on this site......please hit "Suggest removal" and pass up the urge to respond by reposting. If you have to say something.....at least do so without going through with the process by hitting "Reply to this post." Save that option for civilized repartee and keep out the trash. Here's to a great season. GBO!

Written on 5 Big Things as Vols start camp:

It's in the air. August 31 can't get here soon enough. GBO!

Written on 'Bama No. 1 in preseason coaches' poll; Ohio St 2:

in response to vol98champ:

A question for you guys who do such great research; has any team ever played 5 teams in the pre season top ten?

Nice point in this site full of trolls and troll baiters. It'd be nice if, during the season, the networks broadcasting the Vols.....as well as sports magazines, et al, make note of UT''s exceptionally tough schedule. It's doubtful as national product loyalty isn't in UT's favor in the workings of these networks. They'll never change the sky's big orb's color from orange. GBO!

Written on Mike Strange: Enjoy Austin Peay and South Alabama, you paid for it:

in response to tel61460:

Canyou say Notre Dame?

Yes I can. Research ND's past schedules, as I did, and you'll see they play one to three service academies annually, along with SD State in '08, W. Mich in '10, S. Fla in '11, Temple this coming season, etc., etc. Also, my fundamental point is regarding the maintaining of a competitive edge in W's vs. L's, and in the SEC, the number of patsies on each team's schedule significantly equates to those W's and L's. I stand by my statement and GBO! Hang on to your shamrocks, ND fan.

Written on Mike Strange: Enjoy Austin Peay and South Alabama, you paid for it:

For all you folks wishing UT would play the nation's toughest schedule.....since that's what a lot of you are insinuating, how about showing me one.....just one school that doesn't have at least a couple of not-so-major teams on their schedule. In fact, would one of you history detectives bring up just one team that didn't play a couple of "weak" teams during their seasons.....ever.....just one? This entire subject is ridiculous and it's seriously funny to read all this rhetoric about a segment of sports (not just football) that hasn't and never will change. Some folks get all knee jerky over most anything! As for those of you who are crying about costs, etc., nothing's changed there, either, except I can remember that those diatribes have been cried out since I attended my first UT game, which was in 1958. In case you haven't noticed, everything costs more. I'm far too ill to make the trip from SC to Knoxville to watch my Vols and if I could, I'd be there like I used to. GBO!

Written on Mike Strange: Enjoy Austin Peay and South Alabama, you paid for it:

34 days 'til FOOTBALL TIME IN TENNESSEE!!

Written on Mike Strange: Rethinking the SEC's projected bowl options:

in response to brod:

florida is not known for their fan support. nobody has better fans than tennessee. we may not be the best athletic program in the sec, but we are #1 in fan support. too bad fan support doesn't equal great teams.

Nothing could be truer, brod. During my years at UT and beyond I've been to countless ncaa football games all over the U.S. On the west Coast, U.C.L.A and U.S.C. are meek as compared to everything eastward. In the Big Ten, where UM and OSU are traditional powers,these programs, indeed, have strong and rabid fan bases and one must admit to their excellent support. During the dozen years I lived in Austin, I went to quite a lot of athletic events with my faux UT fans. The Longhorns and even our new SEC member Aggies are about the level of the USCe game chickens, which is good but not great; somewhere around the Auburns, Arkansas' and Ole Misses. The kitties, commodes and MSU are mediocre as compared to the rest of the SEC. The swamp is second-rate and the fans are rude (not an exaggeration). UGA has notably strong fan backing, with LSU and UA even more strident. They''re strong. Death Valley is as noisy as any place I've been and the bammers really do stand behind their crimson gumps. Nobody.....and I mean nobody, though.....throws out a crowd ruckus like our orange-clad Vol fans singing "Rocky Top!" Neyland and TBA are awesome! Orange is the power color.....not a fashion statement. Let's give our fan base some well-deserved credit for supporting the power T through these lulls. Only a half-dozen programs have such a solid base, and one must give credence to such support for holding up their institutions during hard times. UT fans cover the globe. When "Rocky Top" is heard nationwide on forthcoming Januaries, a good portion of credit should go to us tens-of-thousands VFL's. GBO!

Written on Mike Strange: Rethinking the SEC's projected bowl options:

in response to brod:

florida is not known for their fan support. nobody has better fans than tennessee. we may not be the best athletic program in the sec, but we are #1 in fan support. too bad fan support doesn't equal great teams.

Nothing could be truer, brod. During my years at UT and beyond I've been to countless ncaa football games all over the U.S. On the west Coast, U.C.L.A and U.S.C. are meek as compared to everything eastward. In the Big Ten, where UM and OSU are traditional powers,these programs, indeed, have strong and rabid fan bases and one must admit to their excellent support. During the dozen years I lived in Austin, I went to quite a lot of athletic events with my faux UT fans. The Longhorns and even our new SEC member Aggies are about the level of the USCe game chickens, which is good but not great; somewhere around the Auburns, Arkansas' and Ole Misses. The swamp is second-rate and the fans are rude. UGA has notably strong fan backing, with LSU and UA even more strident. Death Valley is as noisy as any place I've been and the bammers really do stand behind their crimson gumps. Nobody.....and I mean nobody, though.....throws out a crowd ruckus like our orange-clad Vol fans singing Rocky Top! Let's give our fan base some well-deserved credit for supporting the power T through these lulls. Only a half-dozen programs have such a solid base, and one must give credence to such support for holding up their institutions during hard times. When "Rocky Top" is heard nationwide on forthcoming Januaries, a good portion of credit should go to us tens-of-thousands VFL's. GBO!

Written on Peyton Manning on his future: I'm all in on 2013:

in response to Chappy:

There is no better ambassador anyone could ask for UT than Peyton Manning.

And get_over_it guy, you can go stuff yourself.

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Written on Mike Strange: Rethinking the SEC's projected bowl options:

Bingo, Bambi. I'm sure Rupert's appreciative for the free advertisement from you. If you've read my past posts, you'd realize that usually I stay away from all that trash (thus avoiding this crying from ditto heads). This NY fella' was over-the-top racist and sorely off topic. I'm sure you'll keep your Faux News on 24/7, so don't let me spoil your brain-washing sessions. On topic: This playoff "experiment" is going to be very interesting the next couple of years. You've gotta' know that favoritism will bare itself regarding the preference for conferences......by both the selection committees and via network booking and backing. Since we fans have virtually nothing to say about all this, it seems far more relaxing for us to focus our "will power" on winning the SECe first, then the rest should come into focus. GBO!

Written on Mike Strange: Rethinking the SEC's projected bowl options:

To note the above postings, Strange mentions Times Square.....which is in New York. I have in-laws in NY who're rednecks, too. But, they're not of the white trash ilk like nyvol (somewhat of an oxymoron here.....ny and Vol). We're aware of Jay Z, etc. (I live 50 miles outside of Columbia). We don't care. It's not affecting college athletics as an enumerated whole and it's nowhere near on topic here, so go find something shiny, Jethro. GBO!

Written on Mike Strange: Rethinking the SEC's projected bowl options:

I agree, 81. I thought this was a site for sports fans and not Fox News addicts. Back on topic: The football team is optimistic as to their upcoming potential for far-above-mediocre bowl invitations hereon. Mike Strange is a pretty good writer, but I think he's been around JA a bit too long.........pessimism need not spread any further throughout the KNS staff. The more high-end (meaning BCS) bowls for SEC schools.....the better. Let's not bet on more seasons like the last few and let's, instead, shoot for championships. GBO!

Written on Peyton Manning on his future: I'm all in on 2013:

Gee, maybe PM will start his new career in a couple of years. Do ya' s'pose he'll consider coaching a little offense......maybe get his feet wet as a qb's coach somewhere. Maybe.

Written on Mike Strange: Rethinking the SEC's projected bowl options:

So, fundamentally, Mike, you're querying as to UT's entitlement for remaining eligible for higher up bowl games. Is that right? Is it presumptuous to assume UT's going to suck as a football program infinitum? I'm willing to bet on the resurgence of Big Orange football, even if the pie-in-the-sky championship aura doesn't arrive for a couple more years. Basically; your question is a bit absurd. Let's do more than be happy if we make it to some toilet bowl Let's plan on success. GBO!

Written on Poll: After defensive tackle, which position is UT's biggest area of need in recruiting?:

in response to 62vol:

It seems that a large part of the current recruiting process is now controlled by the influence of the verbally committed. They are using social media to contact each other. This has affected the skill position guys the most.

Do big nasty ugly linemen use twitter?

Any KNS writers care to look into this phenom?

Exactamundo! I'm wondering if CBJ, or at least one or more of his assistants, along with current and past players, are active in encouraging these newly committed recruits into selling the resurgent Power T to their highly-saught-after buddies, via social media. It might not just be coincidental or self-perpetuated. Also, as for the linemen up for grabs, a lot of the 5*s are of the big ugly genre, so a good number of them simply haven't committed to anybody......yet. We've got a pretty full stable of qb's and lb's. Same for rb's and wr's.......seriously. Plus, you can never have too many db's. Let's figure CBJ's working on this and those big time pass rushers and blockers aren't being ovelooked.

Written on Poll: After defensive tackle, which position is UT's biggest area of need in recruiting?:

If you'll look at the uncommitted 5*star fellas, you'll quickly notice that all but a handful aren't yet committed. These guys get a ton of attention and usually tend to announce their schools-of-choice on or just before NSD. At that time, the rankings are going to change drastically. However and with that stated, with 12 4* verbals, UT may well remain in the top 5 classes for '14. I think we'll pick up 1 or maybe even a couple 5*s. A strong season will make this a possibility, with a not-so-good one leading to a migration to other schools within our committed 4* fellas.

Written on Poll: After defensive tackle, which position is UT's biggest area of need in recruiting?:

Linemen.....linemen.....linemen. Big, strong, mobile, quick, nasty (but law abiding) LINEMEN.

Written on Tennessee football players will report Aug. 1, begin practice on Aug. 2:

So, out of the first 5 posts, you Vol wannabe miscreants have annoyed the rest of us by reposting that trailer-trash's posts, just to elicit approval for your "cleverness." Whose usaf and what type of faith are you boys representing? Just ignore the trolls and stick to topic. Is that too complicated for you? GBO!......inspite of the idiots.

Written on Florida's Morrison arrested and suspended:

in response to volprof80:

Sorry, but I don't think your racism is anything to lighten up about.

I politely asked to not make this a political forum because I respect your right to your opinion, and you respond with an insult. This should be a site about UT football and not some right-wing "I hate black people" forum.

The sad thing is that you don't realize how racist you are. It's always black people that are racist, isn't it? At least you don't have a problem with African-American athletes entertaining you. I wonder if you would tell any of our African-American players to their faces that their lives are meaningless or that it's wrong for the government to prosecute hate crimes against them? I suspect you just sit behind your computer screen and insult people anonymously.

Aaaaaawwwwww! Quit wimperin' and howlin', puppy. Dinja know we're all mutts?

Written on Florida's Morrison arrested and suspended:

in response to Olddogsrule:

Uh .. er... BARK in public

I s'pose he's just thin-skinned from a-scratchin' at us old fleas...........makes 'im bark up the wrong tree. Arf!

Written on Trae Golden to transfer to Georgia Tech, seek waiver to play immediately:

in response to eVOLved:

same,
keap was referring to the speculation that TG left the program after the director of student judicial affairs (a lawyer) allegedly "diddled" UT students. The speculation is that TG was somehow involved in all of this. Keap thinks that TG is less likely to be raped by the male director of student judicial affairs at GT than he was by his younger, female counterpart at UT.

The initial portion of your response must have been unintentionally lost in space because your post makes absolutely no sense at all. Whaaaaaat? Keap (as you call him) wrote "The Ga Tech director of student affairs is some old dude, in case you were wondering......," so the closest to reasonable assumption I can make, after attempting to decipher your representation of keap's post, is that he was inferring that an older UT official is some sort of lecherous individual and is involved within these questionable allegations. It was my impression that the KNS has claimed, due to information supplied by some mysterious unnamed source, that Mr. Golden's academic status was the issue of note. What am I (or you) missing here?

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