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Re: WSSU at Shaw preview story...
« Reply #1 on: November 01, 2014, 10:36:33 AM »
I can't make the drive today. Does anyone know if there will be a live stream?

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Re: WSSU at Shaw preview story...
« Reply #2 on: November 01, 2014, 12:18:16 PM »
no live stream....


radio coverage at http://wtob1380.com/

WTOB 1380 AM in Winston-Salem....

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Re: WSSU at Shaw preview story...
« Reply #3 on: November 01, 2014, 12:59:43 PM »
no live stream....


radio coverage at http://wtob1380.com/

WTOB 1380 AM in Winston-Salem....

Thanks.

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Re: WSSU at Shaw preview story...
« Reply #4 on: November 01, 2014, 02:33:21 PM »
WSSU WR's been out of game since start of 2nd quarter.

I don't understand this.
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Re: WSSU at Shaw preview story...
« Reply #5 on: November 01, 2014, 02:56:57 PM »
FIRST HALF
UPS:

Rams hold Grizzle to 1 yard on 23 carries   :o

Shaw - 5 rushing yards, 6 passing yards in 1st half



DOWNS:

Rams have 13 penalties for 105 yards   :brickwall:

Phil Sims - 1 for 6, 1 INT

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« Reply #6 on: November 01, 2014, 06:48:13 PM »
Went to the game and left after the half.   Too windy and a light drizzle was a bit much.  Mother U fans remained in a warm bed or watched political commercials rather than support the Bears.   They didn't have 300 (and that's pushing it) fans on the home side and WSSU had many vehicles and about 6 buses. Can't be price, because they charged eleven bucks to enter.  $11.00.   Bill Hayes got in hot water once  for parroting a comment from an old friend in jest, and a reporter printed it when referring to CIAA as CHURCH INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.  Leon Kerry fined him.   But in the long run, Bill was right.  A small 20 miles or less trip and 250-300 show support at a home game.  Shaw has QB issues and were outclassed by WSSU today.  Boulware has more talent - especially at QB.

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« Reply #7 on: November 01, 2014, 09:13:04 PM »
Went to the game and left after the half.   Too windy and a light drizzle was a bit much.  Mother U fans remained in a warm bed or watched political commercials rather than support the Bears.   They didn't have 300 (and that's pushing it) fans on the home side and WSSU had many vehicles and about 6 buses. Can't be price, because they charged eleven bucks to enter.  $11.00.   Bill Hayes got in hot water once  for parroting a comment from an old friend in jest, and a reporter printed it when referring to CIAA as CHURCH INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.  Leon Kerry fined him.   But in the long run, Bill was right.  A small 20 miles or less trip and 250-300 show support at a home game.  Shaw has QB issues and were outclassed by WSSU today.  Boulware has more talent - especially at QB.

You must have not went to the game because ticket prices were definitely not $11.00.

They were charging $22 for adults.



 
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« Reply #8 on: November 02, 2014, 01:14:06 AM »
Went to the game and left after the half.   Too windy and a light drizzle was a bit much.  Mother U fans remained in a warm bed or watched political commercials rather than support the Bears.   They didn't have 300 (and that's pushing it) fans on the home side and WSSU had many vehicles and about 6 buses. Can't be price, because they charged eleven bucks to enter.  $11.00.   Bill Hayes got in hot water once  for parroting a comment from an old friend in jest, and a reporter printed it when referring to CIAA as CHURCH INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.  Leon Kerry fined him.   But in the long run, Bill was right.  A small 20 miles or less trip and 250-300 show support at a home game.  Shaw has QB issues and were outclassed by WSSU today.  Boulware has more talent - especially at QB.

You must have not went to the game because ticket prices were definitely not $11.00.

They were charging $22 for adults.



 

Reading some post show yourself as challenged in some form and that being the reason your question lay unanswered and deserving no reply.  However,  senior citizens tickets were $11.00 today.  So you can call that a lie too since the print is small at the booth and reading with understanding is not your forte.  Have a great weekend.    ;)

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Re: WSSU at Shaw preview story...
« Reply #9 on: November 02, 2014, 09:21:35 AM »
Went to the game and left after the half.   Too windy and a light drizzle was a bit much.  Mother U fans remained in a warm bed or watched political commercials rather than support the Bears.   They didn't have 300 (and that's pushing it) fans on the home side and WSSU had many vehicles and about 6 buses. Can't be price, because they charged eleven bucks to enter.  $11.00.   Bill Hayes got in hot water once  for parroting a comment from an old friend in jest, and a reporter printed it when referring to CIAA as CHURCH INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.  Leon Kerry fined him.   But in the long run, Bill was right.  A small 20 miles or less trip and 250-300 show support at a home game.  Shaw has QB issues and were outclassed by WSSU today.  Boulware has more talent - especially at QB.

You must have not went to the game because ticket prices were definitely not $11.00.

They were charging $22 for adults.



 

Reading some post show yourself as challenged in some form and that being the reason your question lay unanswered and deserving no reply.  However,  senior citizens tickets were $11.00 today.  So you can call that a lie too since the print is small at the booth and reading with understanding is not your forte.  Have a great weekend.    ;)

Why not say that in your original post instead of misleading everyone with the statement that ticket prices were low and only $11.00?

You stated Shaw had 250 to 300 fans there and it couldn't be due to ticket prices because tickets were $11.  That was  misleading because regular ticket prices were $22.  When called out on another big your potential lies you then stated that senior citizen prices were $11.

It's funny how you always try to knock the CIAA. 
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« Reply #10 on: November 02, 2014, 10:01:56 AM »
Went to the game and left after the half.   Too windy and a light drizzle was a bit much.  Mother U fans remained in a warm bed or watched political commercials rather than support the Bears.   They didn't have 300 (and that's pushing it) fans on the home side and WSSU had many vehicles and about 6 buses. Can't be price, because they charged eleven bucks to enter.  $11.00.   Bill Hayes got in hot water once  for parroting a comment from an old friend in jest, and a reporter printed it when referring to CIAA as CHURCH INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.  Leon Kerry fined him.   But in the long run, Bill was right.  A small 20 miles or less trip and 250-300 show support at a home game.  Shaw has QB issues and were outclassed by WSSU today.  Boulware has more talent - especially at QB.

You must have not went to the game because ticket prices were definitely not $11.00.

They were charging $22 for adults.



 

Reading some post show yourself as challenged in some form and that being the reason your question lay unanswered and deserving no reply.  However,  senior citizens tickets were $11.00 today.  So you can call that a lie too since the print is small at the booth and reading with understanding is not your forte.  Have a great weekend.    ;)

Why not say that in your original post instead of misleading everyone with the statement that ticket prices were low and only $11.00?

It's funny how you always try to knock the CIAA.

I was thinking the same thing. Plus, he had to include "CHURCH INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION" as further degrading of the conference. This is one of many posts by Centrals fans talking about other schools fan support...mostly the CIAA. A school with more than 8,000 students (Central) should never draw below 5,000, no matter what. But Central has done this twice this year alone. I wonder if there were 300 eagle fans at their game in Florida...  :no: Their school has moved up, but it appears that they still have the same D2 fan base... not being able to afford away games.

So before he degrades a fellow CIAA member school, he had better look in the mirror.

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« Reply #11 on: November 02, 2014, 01:10:35 PM »
I been calling the CIAA the Church League. :lol: But I love my WSSU Rams though.  :nod:
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« Reply #12 on: November 03, 2014, 07:51:52 AM »
What do you Afro Americans call the Atlantic Coast Conference schools.  You see the CIAA doesn't pimped AFRO AMERICANS in Education, Loyalty, Family Ties and Character.  Our Coaches don't get millions from Shoe endorsements off our pimping of black athletes.  You see, as time has progressed, you so call Sushi Eating High Society Afro Americans have forgotten from whence we come from.  Thank God that these CIAA and SIAC Schools still are existing.  How quickly some of you have TURN UP your noses at our Traditionally HBCUS.  Some of you can take your Masters and Doctorates and stick them up your arses.

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« Reply #13 on: November 03, 2014, 07:57:19 AM »
What do you Afro Americans call the Atlantic Coast Conference schools.  You see the CIAA doesn't pimped AFRO AMERICANS in Education, Loyalty, Family Ties and Character.  Our Coaches don't get millions from Shoe endorsements off our pimping of black athletes.  You see, as time has progressed, you so call Sushi Eating High Society Afro Americans have forgotten from whence we come from.  Thank God that these CIAA and SIAC Schools still are existing.  How quickly some of you have TURN UP your noses at our Traditionally HBCUS.  Some of you can take your Masters and Doctorates and stick them up your arses.

Ignore Thinkingaboutit

He just tries to knock WSSU and CIAA whenever he can.  He has actually been caught through his own post lying about attending WSSU games in an attempt to knock our attendance.



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« Reply #14 on: November 03, 2014, 08:05:15 AM »
What do you Afro Americans call the Atlantic Coast Conference schools.  You see the CIAA doesn't pimped AFRO AMERICANS in Education, Loyalty, Family Ties and Character.  Our Coaches don't get millions from Shoe endorsements off our pimping of black athletes.  You see, as time has progressed, you so call Sushi Eating High Society Afro Americans have forgotten from whence we come from.  Thank God that these CIAA and SIAC Schools still are existing.  How quickly some of you have TURN UP your noses at our Traditionally HBCUS.  Some of you can take your Masters and Doctorates and stick them up your arses.

Thanks, we needed that.  :nod:

 

 

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