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1  Discussion / Sports Forum / FSU coach Jimbo Fisher cuts media interview short after his reputation is questi on: Yesterday at 07:21:19 AM
Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher cut an interview session short on Monday after reporters starting asking about the off-field issues surrounding quarterback Jameis Winston.

Fisher, whose team is on a bye week, was speaking at the Birmingham Monday Morning Quarterback Club near Winston’s hometown. He was asked whether there was any news regarding the student code of conduct hearing and replied: "We're moving on with Louisville and talking about the other things. Everything should be great."

However, the questions didn’t stop there.

Another reporter noted that Fisher’s reputation had taken a hit and Fisher asked him to stop asking the question.

“I’m done,” Fisher said. “I’m done.”

Fisher then asked the reporter if he was going to put the interview on air and the reporter said he wasn’t, which caused Fisher to give one final answer.

"Why is my reputation taking a hit? For backing a kid who has done nothing wrong?" Fisher said. "I don't want to get into this. The questions weren't supposed to be asked today. I'm done. I'm done."

According to Jon Solomon of CBSSports.com, the Birmingham Monday Morning Quarterback Club told Fisher that there would be no questions about Winston’s off-field issues. Media members were never given those instructions.

To this point, Fisher has answered almost every Winston question that has come his way and he’s been a staunch defender of his Heisman-winning quarterback. But if he was told he was finally going to get a respite from those questions, it’s understandable that he’d be angry.

However, as long as Winston is on the Florida State roster, Fisher has to know those questions aren’t going to disappear.

http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/ncaaf-dr-saturday/fsu-coach-jimbo-fisher-cuts-media-interview-short-after-his-reputation-is-questioned-215312978.html
2  Discussion / Sports Forum / For Jay Thomas...WTF on: October 19, 2014, 10:01:42 AM
Parking was so horrible at Morehouse I had to park several blocks away from the stadium. I drove to the game by myself and met up with some frats who lives in Atlanta. After the game, they wanted to browse around campus to all of the activities. I said I would but asked one frat to walk with me to my car because I wanted to move it closer. I didn't want to return for it late that evening in the dark. I've heard folks have gotten killed out and about near Morehouse and I didn't want to be in that statistic. (No reflection on Morehouse from me)I love attending those games.
 
Dam if when I get to the car my frat spouted out" They got you man". Some Fcker/s had broken my right side rear passenger window in my brand new luxury vehicle in an attempt to steal something out of my car. Luckily for me I took my IPhone and pad with me and decided not to bring my laptop(which I usually keep locked inside of the car).

I was so freaking upset it just ruin my whole day. My frat found my binoculars and tote bag that I keep shaving and cleaning items in yards up the street. I was parked on Camilla Street a few yards down from Joseph Lowery. I didn't notice nothing else missing. They didn't bother to take my clothes, shoes, jackets and underwear.

Trying to get a cop to come down to do a report was uneventful. I called twice and finally just gave up. I thought about calling again and changing my voice to pretend I was white. I lost my desire to attend the activities(me and car feeling insecure). Just slowly drove to a Lowes, bought some sticky plastic, wrapped the window and drove my behind back home to catch the last quarter of the FSU/Noters Dames game which was the highlight of my evening.

A $25 game will now turn into hundreds.
3  Discussion / Sports Forum / Go Florida State!!! on: October 18, 2014, 10:56:53 PM
GO FLORIDA STATE!!! I am so dam glad they beat Noter Dames ! clap clap
4  Discussion / General Discussion Forum / Re: POSTERS BEWARE!!!! on: October 12, 2014, 07:03:38 PM
Since I'm very naughty, I have two or three naughty emails..... Grin.... tiptoe .
5  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: Julio ,Roddy, & Falcons Reciever Corp...... on: October 12, 2014, 06:51:07 PM
They're going to get raped and murdered next weekend. Baltimore is going to dedhorse dedhorse dedhorse dedhorse dedhorse dedhorse dedhorse dedhorse that a-- good.
6  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: Mississippi State No. 1 in AP poll on: October 12, 2014, 02:41:20 PM
I believe it is the first time Mississippi State has been ranked No 1 in the history of their program.
7  Discussion / Sports Forum / Mississippi State No. 1 in AP poll on: October 12, 2014, 02:19:24 PM
http://espn.go.com/college-football/story/_/id/11688921/mississippi-state-bulldogs-rise-no-1-associated-press-college-football-poll

Mississippi State is the new No. 1 in The Associated Press college football poll, replacing Florida State and making the fastest rise to the top spot in the history of the poll.

The Bulldogs received 45 first-place votes from the media panel Sunday. Mississippi State beat Auburn 38-23 on Saturday, its third straight victory against a top-10 team. The Bulldogs are the first team in the poll's 78-year history to go from unranked to No. 1 in five weeks. The previous mark was six weeks by Ohio State in 1954.





Associated Press Top 10

Mississippi State is the first team in the AP poll's 78-year history to go from unranked to No. 1 in five weeks.
Complete poll | Power rankings

1. Miss. St. (45) 6. Auburn
2. Florida St. (12) 7. Alabama
3. Ole Miss (3) 8. Michigan St.
4. Baylor 9. Oregon
5. Notre Dame 10. Georgia

First-place votes in parenthesis


The Bulldogs were No. 3 last week, tied with Ole Miss, for their best ranking. Ole Miss stayed at No. 3 this week, two points behind No. 2 Florida State, which beat Syracuse on Saturday.

The defending champion Seminoles had been No. 1 since the preseason. Florida State received 12 first-place votes and Ole Miss three.

Baylor and Notre Dame round out the top five. The Fighting Irish play at Florida State on Saturday. Auburn fell four spots to No. 6.

For the both the Rebels and Bulldogs, it's been a startling rise after recent struggles. They have rarely been in contention in the Southeastern Conference over the last decade. In the rugged western division, where Alabama (three national titles), LSU (two) and Auburn (one) have been the powers during the BCS era, the Mississippi schools usually have been relegated to the second division.

In Starkville, coach Dan Mullen took over in 2009 and has steadily turned around a program that was flailing. Mullen, the former Florida offensive coordinator under Urban Meyer, is 42-28 at Mississippi State. The Bulldogs were 23-48 in the six seasons before Mullen arrived.

Mullen said Sunday he viewed the No. 1 ranking two ways.

"I couldn't be happier for the university, the students, the fans and the alumni," Mullen said. "For so many years you try to accomplish something and to be able to say we're the best at something is special. But for us as a team -- they don't give out the trophy midseason. We really haven't accomplished all that much."

Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze was hired after the Rebels went 2-10 in 2011. They won seven games his first season and eight last year. He landed one of the best recruiting classes in the country between his first and second seasons and now the Rebels are off to their best start since 1962.

Ole Miss beat Texas A&M 35-20 in College Station on Saturday.

Alabama, Oregon, Michigan State and Georgia complete the top 10. No. 22 Southern California moved back into the rankings, along with No. 24 Clemson. No. 25 Marshall, the only unbeaten team from outside the Big Five conferences, is ranked for the first time this season.

Copyright 2014 by The Associated Press


8  Discussion / General Discussion Forum / Re: Oh she caught...Duluth police hunt for pepper-spraying shoplifter on: October 12, 2014, 08:56:14 AM
Video... http://www.ajc.com/videos/news/police-searching-for-pepper-spraying-walmart/vCw6Wz/
9  Discussion / General Discussion Forum / Oh she caught...Duluth police hunt for pepper-spraying shoplifter on: October 12, 2014, 08:51:42 AM
Duluth police want help finding a suspected shoplifter who used pepper spray to effect a getaway.

A Walmart staffer spotted the woman stealing in the store on Pleasant Hill Road on Thursday and approached her as she left the store with a cart of hot items, Det. Bobby Johnson said Friday.

The woman gave the staffer a face full of pepper spray, burning the Walmart associate’s face and eyes, Johnson said.

“The Walmart employee suffered a brief loss of her vision and had difficulty breathing,” he said in an email. “After the attack, the female pushed her shopping cart full of stolen items to her vehicle, which appears to be either a newer model dark in color Dodge Charger or Challenger.”

The alleged thief came armed and ready with the chemical agent, which she kept in hand while trolling the store for goods, Johnson said.

Police Friday released surveillance photographs of the suspect. Anyone with information about the woman is asked to call 678-957-7287 or email bjohnson@duluthpd.com.
http://www.ajc.com/news/news/duluth-police-hunt-for-pepper-spraying-shoplifter/nhgGj/
10  Discussion / General Discussion Forum / Re: POSTERS BEWARE!!!! on: October 09, 2014, 08:20:00 PM
If you ban him he probably will be reincarnated like someone else. A zebra can't change his stripes. OW can always find out if he wanted. Every computer has its own IP address.
11  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: I just CAN'T with the SIAC OFFICATING on: October 06, 2014, 01:19:07 PM
I think some schools the reffs are particularly hard on. They made a very bad call against Miles in the Championship game against Albany State that cost them the game. I think they need to add instant replay in D2 as well..

Don't know what game you were watching.  Did you check out how many yards Albany State was penalized for in that game last year at Miles. I think Over or almost two hundred yards. That has to be a record. When you do that you're only watching one team.
12  Discussion / Sports Forum / The Atlanta Falcaint's on: October 05, 2014, 02:59:07 PM
I guess Mike Smith said," WTF We're going for it. I'm not going to be here next year anyway". Please get rid of the whole coaching staff... shrug And while I'm talking about it, Get rid of The SIAC Officiating crew. They hate Albany State.
13  Discussion / Sports Forum / Re: CIAA & MEAC Attendance-Week 6 on: October 05, 2014, 09:15:10 AM
Kentucky State vs. Central State-15,328 (Circle City Classic)

Isn't KY State and Central State SIAC???
14  Discussion / General Discussion Forum / He's lucky he isn't black. on: October 04, 2014, 04:21:55 AM
Okra mistaken for pot in man’s garden

CARTERSVILLE, Ga. — A Cartersville man is upset after he said investigators mistook a garden full of okra for marijuana plants.
 
The man growing the popular Southern food said a helicopter woke him up Wednesday and then he had deputies show up at his door.
 
"I was scared actually, at first, because I didn't know what was happening,” said homeowner Dwayne Perry.
http://www.ajc.com/news/news/national/okra-mistaken-pot-mans-garden/nhbNp/
15  Discussion / Sports Forum / Elijah Holyfield emerging as another real deal. on: October 04, 2014, 04:11:33 AM
Elijah Holyfield emerging as another real deal


Elijah Holyfield doesn't shy away from contact, has great balance and is hard to bring down.
The high school running back inherited those traits from his father, five-time boxing champion Evander Holyfield. Now, colleges from Ohio State to Georgia are taking notice, especially after the young Holyfield opened this season with a seven-touchdown game.
Only a junior at Woodward Academy, Elijah (5-foot-11, 200 pounds) is emerging as a major national recruit at the Atlanta private school. He already has at least 25 offers. He is rated by Rivals.com as the No. 6 running back in the 2016 class and is No. 32 in Scout.com's ranking.
http://www.ajc.com/ap/ap/top-news/elijah-holyfield-emerging-as-another-real-deal/nhbPp/
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