Discussion in 'Portland Trail Blazers' started by SlyPokerDog, Dec 6, 2021.
Um........until you learn from your mistakes.....? Just askin'..............
being a blazer fan is a mistake?
Depends on what you want in return for your fandom? If it’s a complete clusterfuck of an organization, it’s not a mistake at all
Could be worse, Dallas Cowboys, Nets.
Cowboys have won 4 championships since our last one
Nets went to 2 finals 10 years more recent than we did
Talking about current state of organizations.
I think we are fortunate to even have one of the big 4 pro franchises.
Not always, but getting married three times is certainly an exercise in perseverance.........
And a good way to empty your wallet!
Not sure there’s too many women out there that value the dollar.
I was a victim of testosterone
Why would you say that?
Women only make about .82 cents for every $1 a man makes, so it would reason that women value the dollar a whole hell of a lot more than men do.
if you go by tweets and rumors, the momentum of Oregon--->Big-10 has taken a big dive today
Tomorrow morning at 9AM Oregon’s top QB target Dante Moore announces… predictions are Ducky!
I'm certainly not counting that chicken yet
it's a huge if but there are rumors if Moore commits to the Ducks, the #1 RB in the nation, Richard Young may soon commit too
I don't count any chickens until they sign, but even thats proven to be non-binding. Regardless, plenty of others have no issues with their projections and Oregon is trending heavily for some good news tomorrow so likely someone from Moore's camp spilled the beans about his intentions. Yes he and Young are buddies (I posted a video of them on their June visit), but am told Oregon is still likely to be on the outside looking in for Richard's commitment. Moore verbaling would seem to only help, but I think other factors likely weigh much heavier for most recruits then where their friends decide to go.
probably...the Young commitment seems a contest between Oregon and Alabama, and the Tide don't lose many of those for a southern kid
I can dream though and after the re-alignment nightmare of the last week I need a sweet dream
I hate the fact that ESPN and FOX can basically kill a program
The Pac 12 killed itself.
Everyone knew the future of college sports is bigger conferences and bigger TV contracts. Also, the Pac 12 is a far more recognizable name/brand than the Big 10 & Big 12. Wow, they each got Big in their name, lol. The Pac 12 has the iconic Rose Bowl. Instead of the Pac 12 being a leader in the creation of super leagues they instead settled for Colorado and Utah and called it a day. Nothing against those two teams but did they do anything to enhance an already well-known national brand?
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