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9361  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: Who you GOT tonight: TIDE or TEXAS? on: January 07, 2010, 10:42:52 AM
As other have stated, not really interested.  May watch some of the game.

AL should win this one.
9362  Discussion / General Discussion Forum / Re: Fraternity suspends intake nationally on heels of FVSU incident on: January 07, 2010, 10:40:34 AM
...... At ASC when I was there, the school sanctioned the pledge period length.  Many on this forum can't fathom an open legalized pledge period timeline.  Most count time spent illegally doing things related to joining an organization.  That is why people come up ridiculous lengths of time they claim pledging.  I can assure you my time was on the school's clock.  We did not do the underground thing or pre-pledge period stuff.  Only 6 weeks all above ground, watched and sanctioned by ASC(U).

When I was an undergrad at FVS, the school had guidelines for the Greek Letter Org.

At that time, there were no Winter Qtr pledging. 

Dates were given when Rushes/Smokers could begin as well as the dates for Pledging to begin and end during the sanctioned pledge periods.  Pledging at FVS was only during Fall and Spr Qtrs.
9363  Discussion / General Discussion Forum / Re: Michael Jackson's Funeral Nominated for NAACP Image Award on: January 07, 2010, 10:35:25 AM
 no    Huh?

9364  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: Would your HBCU hire a white football coach? on: January 06, 2010, 08:34:55 PM
Personally, I want the best qualified person for the job - period.   nod

Realistically, this would be a tough to sell in the Valley.   nono2

9365  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: The 2009 CIAA tournament generated 38 million for Charlotte on: January 06, 2010, 02:11:21 PM
I remember hearing 75 k per school a while back.

I remember hearing that, but I thought that was for Raleigh.  CIAA was barely pushing 12 million in impact in Raleigh.  In three years it's tripled.  I don't know if that is influenced by higher hotel costs or whatever.  Point is, people are spending money. .

The economic impact is definitely influenced by the increased costs in Charlotte.  If the costs to host the tourney were the same as it was in Raleigh, the numbers would be closer.
9366  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: CAU FOOTBALL on: January 06, 2010, 02:07:21 PM
The unofficial word is McNeill has been hired as the HC.Press conference is either tomorrow or Friday as predicted. What does everybody in Onnidan land think of this new hire?

Coach McNeil has proven that he can win as HFC.   nod 

The question is, will the CAU admin give him the tools to be successful?   shrug

If not, CAU will travel down this road once again.
9367  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: JSU hires new offensive coordinator on: January 06, 2010, 02:04:04 PM
That is true.  Time will tell if this was a good hire or not. 
9368  Discussion / Politics / Re: Harold Ford in NY on: January 06, 2010, 09:27:12 AM
he couldn't win in tennessee. 


I'm not so sure I agree with that. He came pretty close the last time.

That is true.  Perhaps he should have tried run again in the next election when TN votes for a US Senator.   shrug
9369  Discussion / General Discussion Forum / Re: SC State Announces New VP on: January 06, 2010, 08:10:08 AM
9370  Discussion / Sports Forum / NABC D2 Men's Basketball Poll - Jan 5 on: January 05, 2010, 09:54:22 PM
NABC Coaches' Poll - Division II - 2009-10

January 5, 2010

1 Central Missouri  12-0 200 1
2 Florida Southern 12-0 191 2
3 Augusta State (Ga.) 10-0 185 3
4 Indiana (Pa.) 10-0 174 4
5 Arkansas Tech 11-0 168 5
6 Kutztown (Pa.) 9-0 160 7
7 Minnesota State 12-0 150 8
8 Southern Indiana 12-0 143 10
9 Midwestern State (Texas) 13-0 138 9
10 Fort Hays State (Kan.) 11-1 125 13
11 Southwest Baptist (Mo.) 13-2 119 11
12 Valdosta (Ga.) 12-2 107 15
13 Kentucky Wesleyan 13-1 99 17
14 Western Washington 13-1 97 16
15 Montevallo (Ala.) 11-0 86 19
16 Quincy (Ill.) 12-0 65 22
17 Seattle Pacific (Wash.) 9-2 64 6
18 Drury (Mo.) 9-2 57 20
19 Bentley (Mass.) 10-2 54 21
20 Rollins (Fla.) 9-2 50 12
21 Augustana (S.D.) 11-1 33 24
22 Cal Poly Pomona 5-2 28 14
23 Stillman (Ala.) 5-0 25 23   clap
24 Mesa State (Col.) 10-1 17 T25
25 Adelphi (N.Y.) 13-1 12 NR

Dropped Out: BYU-Hawaii (18), West Chester (tie-25).

Others receiving votes: Findlay (Ohio) 8, West Virginia State 8, BYU-Hawaii 7, East Stroudsburg (Pa.) 7, Metropolitan State (Colo.) 7, Nebraska-Omaha 7, Francis Marion (S.C.) 5, Anderson (S.C.) 4.

Records are through games of Jan. 3, 2010

9371  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: Question: Expansion of Mountain West Conference (MWC) on: January 05, 2010, 08:14:58 PM
.........  So even if the BCS conference went to a playoff (NOTE: They will not, at best a plus one), they still would likely use some automatic qualifier format.

I agree with you on this one.  If there was a playoff at the BCS level, I am inclined to think that there would be an auto qualifier format that would limit the # of participants that were not members of the ACC, SEC, Big 10, 12, and East. 

You know that they want to maximize the $$ that they receive and almost exclude everyone else.
9372  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: Fort Valley State to Begin Airing Basketball Games; Play by Play by Charles Ward on: January 05, 2010, 08:10:05 PM
9373  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: A look back at Black college football nationwide on: January 05, 2010, 01:50:22 PM

[......To compare Hal Lamar to Roscoe Nance is an insult to Roscoe Nance........ 

What he said........ nod

9374  Discussion / General Discussion Forum / Re: Kasim Reed taking office as Atlanta's 59th mayor on: January 05, 2010, 01:36:27 PM
What happened to the lady? I though she was so far ahead in the polls.  shrug

No, Cap. She was NOT far ahead. She and Kasim were neck and neck.
I think she may have been ahead when running against Kasim AND Lisa Borders.
I really did think Mary would take it...with her lil bighead self.  lol

That would be a good assessment.  Kasim won over more of Lisa's supporters than Mary.   The run off was a tight race.  There was a concerted effort to get AA voters to the polls for the run off election.
9375  Discussion / General Discussion Forum / Re: Happy Founder's Day to Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. on: January 05, 2010, 08:10:07 AM
Happy Founders Day to the men of Kappa Alpha Psi.   nod
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