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There is no beneficial advantages for Arkansas to play Arkansas State whatsoever and actually hold more risks than any reward that is possible. Arkansas should never play Arkansas State until they can stand on their own and provide more rewards than just a W on the stat sheet. 

 

On the flip side, Arkansas State playing other schools not named Arkansas, provides Arkansas with money flow INTO THE STATE, while an in-state rivalry literally provides the rise of ASU, the movement of in-state funds, and piggybacking upon the success of others. 

 

2 years, 2 months ago on Tradition Is No Longer Tradition

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@BJR @A true fan Move on then. If the location affects your fan hood then you shouldn't be here in the first place

2 years, 7 months ago on My Case for Fayetteville, in Fewer Words

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@A true fan Give yourself an F in Logic. You immediately jumped from Birmingham to something about playing in-state rivals? This is an argument about the location of games. We ARE making it easier for our fans who truly want to make it and CAN make it regardless of the excuse at hand. How has this become about money? It's always been about money for those in LR area who threatened to remove their "donation money" from the University as a direct result of fewer games right down the road. It's time to advance. Surround your local teams with support if you want a local team. UA is located in Fayetteville. Period. End of Story.

2 years, 7 months ago on My Case for Fayetteville, in Fewer Words

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@Root66 is that really what you think? Good luck with that assumption. Why don't you actually try to crack the overall Issue? Too much for you?

2 years, 8 months ago on My Case for Fayetteville, in Fewer Words

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 @Limb Bream Based on the season schedule? As in the fact we have a home game against LSU? Official differences in per capita income have very little roles. Have you been to the areas surrounding Fayetteville or even seen per capita income? It is very comparable to NEA and South Arkansas, both of which are mainly farm lands with low population. Alabama has more "economic hardships" than Arkansas but do they continue to play in Birmingham? I don't think so. Your opinion that playing in LR is a "unique tradition of UA" that NOONE outside of Arkansas understands is philospohically and psychologically  despicable.

2 years, 8 months ago on My Case for Fayetteville, in Fewer Words

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 @Root66 Hey Root, are you still trolling me? Amazing how the troll is the first one to point on the one weakness in my article. 

 

P.S. I put that in there for a reason. Way to take the bite.....troll. Anyone with a mind knows that we've always played in Fayetteville, now about you? Not too sure.....Now go away unless you actually have something to talk about instead of being the fact police, mmk?

2 years, 8 months ago on My Case for Fayetteville, in Fewer Words

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HAHAHAHAHA. Derek Dooley won an SEC game this year?

2 years, 10 months ago on Tennessee 101: Hating Alabama

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@Root66 NICE. Now define the idea of a rivalry game for me. Just because we play a team doesn't make it a rivalry. I'm very happy you actually went through and researched, as I gave it to you myself. I fed you your own argument. Creighton/Nebraska have an in-state rivalry in both basketball and baseball and have done so for 30+ years. Like you said, Creighton doesn't field a football team, so they WOULD have a football rivalry if they did.

2 years, 10 months ago on Arkansas/AState Revisited: "Tradition"

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@OTHOG ASU isn't considered a cupcake? I'm confused.

2 years, 10 months ago on Arkansas/AState Revisited: "Tradition"

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@Root66 Thank you for that history lesson, now you should know we have never played an in-state COLLEGE FOOTBALL RIVALRY. Once again, thanks old-timer. Now, find me the research for us playing any college team in-state and I will gladly accept your argument.http://www.hogdb.com/db/opponents/ P.S. last I checked, Creighton is an in-state rival to Nebraska, regardless of sports.

2 years, 10 months ago on Arkansas/AState Revisited: "Tradition"

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@OTHOG The NCAA recognizes Arkansas' 1964 National Championship even though you may not.Did you ignore my comment below entirely? The state is gaining money by allowing Arkansas State to play teams like Illinois and Virginia Tech. Quit using this argument. It DOES NOT make sense.

2 years, 10 months ago on Arkansas/AState Revisited: "Tradition"

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@David T Cheek A competitive disadvantage is definitely providing two home stadiums that you have to spread resources across.Band Charter Bus to Little Rock = $50k-$100k depending on scheduling times

Equipments Buses to LR = $50k

Traveling Expenses for players = $100k+

So Arkansas has already spent $200k before even hitting the field in LR.

2 years, 10 months ago on Arkansas/AState Revisited: "Tradition"

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@OTHOG On the flip side, Arkansas State's OOC schedule is full of AQ opponents already that are pulling money INTO THE STATE instead of disbursing it out to other schools within the state. Quit using this argument. Instead of gaining an economy you want to kill it?

2 years, 10 months ago on Arkansas/AState Revisited: "Tradition"

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@ANTIFASCISTFOOTBALL The day all games are in Fayetteville is the day I listen to anyone regarding ASU. Go play UCA and be happy.Gutlessness has nothing to do with it. You give one valid reason why Arkansas should play Arkansas State (with advantages given towards Arkansas) and I will also listen. There is no reason why Arkansas should give in and play minus (keeping money in state). That is an ignorant argument and bears not factual background. Arkansas is only school with 2 home fields (TRADITION ARGUMENTS)

Arkansas is only school who hasn't played an in-state rival (TRADITION ARGUMENTS)

AState had its best year in long time while Arkansas has as well. Tell me again why we should play you when it only hurts us and doesn't benefit us in any way, (actually hurts more than playing other OOC opponents).

2 years, 10 months ago on Arkansas vs Arkansas State: Should we play?

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@Darrell Patrick A lot of people got the scoop at the same time....as a matter of fact an Illinois source scooped it first and foremost........BROTHA

2 years, 11 months ago on Paul Petrino Returns as Offensive Coordinator

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@Hunter70743935 8 4th year starters on Defense.

2 years, 11 months ago on Willy Robinson: Is It Time to Say Goodbye?

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@buffalo river rat *Willy Robinson*

2 years, 11 months ago on Willy Robinson: Is It Time to Say Goodbye?

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@Canilope Sorry, chose the wrong IP tool. Verizon owns Comcast in Virginia and is based out of Radford. Ashburn rings a bell? Regardless of where you are in Virginia (boonies or otherwise), I can see blacklist history of your IP Address. Not pretty. Shoo Troll, before I block you.

3 years ago on Vanderbilt Call For Fair Catch? Not so fast.

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@Canilope I can start trolling if you would like, Mr. Radiford, Virginia with Verizon Broadband. I can even see that you have been blocked from other websites in the past for "trolling". You are blocked on two "spam" lists. You should do a "blacklist check" on your ip address.

3 years ago on Vanderbilt Call For Fair Catch? Not so fast.

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@Canilope Troll has been fed. Now move on.

3 years ago on Vanderbilt Call For Fair Catch? Not so fast.

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@Canilope Done with you bro. You just want the last word. Moral of story is: Wade has no history of dirty plays, he apologized and James Franklin agreed it was stupid, but not dirty. I think I will trust an SEC coach over some internet debater .

3 years ago on Vanderbilt Call For Fair Catch? Not so fast.

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@Canilope Once again, your opinion of his taunting is a glaring spot in your argument. ALL OPINION, no fact. Next, you comment on his poor tackling which I am glad you brought that up. Tackling form for a Freshman OFFENSIVE player is lacking compared to any defensive player.

3 years ago on Vanderbilt Call For Fair Catch? Not so fast.

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@Canilope Dude our debate is going nowhere. You obviously believe with judicial judgement that Marquel Wade had malicious intent, even with off-field comments that you refuse to accept....from both Wade and James Franklin.Besides, you just said that officials should make rulings that aren't covered by the rule book. #facepalm

3 years ago on Vanderbilt Call For Fair Catch? Not so fast.

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@Canilope Are you telling me his dancing around and fist-pumping were a direct correlation to a dirty hit or HIS IDEA that the thought he just laid a PERFECT HIT? Your thought-process went to the first assumption you wanted to believe and still believe.

3 years ago on Vanderbilt Call For Fair Catch? Not so fast.

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@Canilope He was ejected from the game, thus disqualified. Did you just mention the UGA/Vandy game where punches were thrown (which I just stated was the reason for any SEC suspensions)? Wow.....you are reaching high for your argument. YOUR OPINION justifies the idea of Wade "taunting". You have no clue what he thought.

3 years ago on Vanderbilt Call For Fair Catch? Not so fast.

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@Canilope I read the rules. Illegal helmet-to-helmet contact signifies an ejection. SEC clarifies a suspension only for "fighting". Maybe YOU should read the rules. Also, thanks for comparing a professional NFL athlete to a Freshman kid. They both have the same football IQ levels obviously.

3 years ago on Vanderbilt Call For Fair Catch? Not so fast.

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@Canilope Football is slowly becoming a pansy sport due to people attacking EVERY SINGLE hit they deem to be dirty. Many football fans would agree with me. His ejection was deemed necessary due to how dangerous the play was, however it is nothing new in sports. Suspensions are laughable.

3 years ago on Vanderbilt Call For Fair Catch? Not so fast.

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@Canilope Is this a dirty hit too that calls for ejection and one-game suspension? http://www.yfrog.com/nwaldeaj #doublestandards. Moral of the story, is that football is a physical sport. Give up on the idea that things happen intentionally. He made a mistake plain and simple. FIRST MISTAKE EVER IN HIS FOOTBALL CAREER. If he does it again or had a history of dirty hits THEN I would worry.Thanks for calling me "genius"! P.S. I can't separate paragraphs for some reason...

3 years ago on Vanderbilt Call For Fair Catch? Not so fast.

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@jamesbell901 Definitely agreed. The punishment fit the crime and we should move on. I don't like to hear the cries for suspension over something that happens so often.

3 years ago on Vanderbilt Call For Fair Catch? Not so fast.

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@Canilope Then why are you responding to an idiotic article? This play was obviously on a lot of people's mind. Quit crying about my Title.If you really care, the whole reason the fair catch was brought up, was the idea that Wade and viewers thought the player called fair catch. He never did.

3 years ago on Vanderbilt Call For Fair Catch? Not so fast.

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Then what are you arguing about? You argue in circles man. Quit moving around the issue you have. Mistakes are punished why are we still talking about this? This article was posted solely to disregard the notion of Wade being dirty.

3 years ago on Vanderbilt Call For Fair Catch? Not so fast.

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@EArHog #25 Terrell Williams went in for the tackle as well. Whoops.

3 years ago on Vanderbilt Call For Fair Catch? Not so fast.

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@jamesbell901 Does Wade have a history of laying dirty hits? No. Until then, I'm not worried about him as a "dirty" player. I've said before that this is not about the ejection, it was warranted. This is about being labeled as a dirty program.

Also, how often does Marquel Wade, an OFFENSIVE PLAYER, practice tackling? Stupid play yes, intentional play no.

3 years ago on Vanderbilt Call For Fair Catch? Not so fast.

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@The Voice of Reason@PattiCriner Name a league that doesn't have players leading with helmets. It was a mistake, plain and simple. Get over it.

3 years ago on Vanderbilt Call For Fair Catch? Not so fast.

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Definitely agreed. However, He did not do it on purpose.

3 years ago on Vanderbilt Call For Fair Catch? Not so fast.

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Interesting.....it really is starting to pan out. Very excited to see end of season now with your formula!

3 years ago on College Football Champion Index Week 5

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@kr_bryant

Psst, just because I don't mention statistics in my polls doesn't mean they aren't prevalent throughout my rankings.Knowing statistics is half the battle, you must also ANALYZE the statistics to come up with the best decision possible. This includes looking past the obvious I.E. LSU won this game against this team and Arkansas has played two cupcakes, how do we compare? You are very shortsighted in your analyzation in giving Arkansas a #9 ranking last week in SEC.

What do you see in Arkansas that puts them below Top 25 unranked teams (Ole Miss, UGA, Miss ST) that media throughout the nation is missing in their #14 seeding?

This poll was required to write 1-2 sentence blurbs about each team each week, NOT breaking down statistical analysis of each team.

3 years, 1 month ago on SEC Power Poll Ballot, Week 3

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@GlennBoone I actually hate Willy Robinson's scheme but it DOES work with right players. Almost beat us against Miss St due to fact he wouldn't change out of Tampa Two.

3 years, 1 month ago on Arkansas Football: First Three Weeks Evaluation

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Hey, our defense will get a great challenge next week....3700 yards last year from the Troy QB

3 years, 1 month ago on Hogs pay tribute, Rout in the Rock

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BOWLING GREEN FOR BCS.

Very interesting statistics.....I want to see what happens as the season continues. Right now your statistical analysis refers to only one week making this a very weird ranking.

3 years, 1 month ago on Introducing the Weekly College Football Champion Index from Sharp "Tusk" Williams and Hog Database

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