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In Topic: Bullitt County man arrested for gunning down a drone above his home

Yesterday, 05:21 PM

Those dudes need to catch an ass whoopin

In Topic: 8 SEC Teams in the Preseason Coaches Poll

Yesterday, 10:06 AM

Auburn will be filthy

In Topic: 8 SEC Teams in the Preseason Coaches Poll

Yesterday, 06:55 AM

View PostJoeGator, on 31 July 2015 - 06:53 AM, said:

LSU and OM too high.
MSU and Arky too low.

F$U, ND, and LSU are the most overranked. In that order.

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Does Joe believe more than I believe?

In Topic: 8 SEC Teams in the Preseason Coaches Poll

Yesterday, 06:41 AM

Awful, and more proof that preseason rankings are absolute Posted Image. Tennessee first off has done Posted Image all to prove they should be ranked, MSU not ranked is a complete joke, Ole Miss shouldn't be ranked that high, and I get that LSU has all the talent in the world but they will take a big step back this year and it honestly wouldn't surprise me if they go 6-6. They have major issues at QB, and an offense that caters to absolutely none of their QB strengths. Yes they are good in the trenches and have one of the best RBs in the country but they are the easiest team in the SEC to scheme for offensively and replacing Chavis with Steele could be a disaster.

In Topic: Why Hillary?

30 July 2015 - 07:11 PM

I really don't think Hillary will even be the candidate. She's an easy target for anybody to go against and Bernie Sanders fits the lefts agenda more than she does and he's got a stronger platform than Hillary does. She literally has the machine and thats about it. So it'll be interesting to see how she attacks him because to be honest, he's a pretty good target as independents that aren't overly concerned about the wage gap and education reform won't really be swayed by his message, and her centrist attitude and her status as a career politician will make her more likely to get stuff done. To be honest, the Republicans have a much stronger pool. Yeah they are doing the typical pandering, but overall they have a strong platform, a strong stance on one of the biggest hot button subjects of this go around and most of them seem capable of being president, which is what kept them from winning the last two. I think they'll do less damage to one another unlike 2012, and won't have a joke of a pairing that they did in 2008.