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chinhoyang
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
She does correctly state how many Big Ten fans view the Big Ten.

The reversal was a stupid decision. If COVID blows up, they will get hammered. If nothing happens, they will get hammered for not playing in the first place.



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LSUStar
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
Opinions are like bungholes, everybody has one.


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LSUStar
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
Question:

If there is no proven treatment, why is officialdom so hot to test everyone?

And:

If the official death rate is about 0.1% why the need for a vaccine? Flu vaccines do not work, why should a corona vaccine work?


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Mr. Hangover
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
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For decades, the Big Ten has thought of itself as a different kind of sports conference, one that proudly touts the academic achievements and Great Lakes values of its like-minded, highly-regarded, internationally-ranked research institutions


That’s an incredibly long way to say ‘we’ve been the SEC’s bitch for about a decade+’

Thay conference is filled with nothing but pussies


Frank Black
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history


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TigerAlumni2010
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
The darkest day for the Big 10, home of Legends of Pedophilia and Leaders of Sexual Abuse.
This post was edited on 9/16 at 12:38 pm


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TexasTiger08
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
How do these people live with themselves? Seriously...she’s probably in some underground bunker inside of a bubble staying safe.


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LSUFanHouston
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
That is a truly outstanding melt, almost as much of a melt as some of y'all getting mad because players put black lives matter on the field or whatever.

Christine Brennan, who is that? That sounds like the name of the lady from the TV show "Coach".


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LSUFanHouston
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
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Football players are undergoing stringent testing and have access to medical attention the rest of the students on campus will not have.I would love to hear Christine Brennan explain in detail, and using science, how football players are more at risk than the rest of the students on campus, or the public at large.


Because IT'S NOT FAIR that these bratty, privileged football players (the majority of them are poor and black, of course) get all this "extra" treatment and testing, while the 94 year olds with 7 heart attacks don't get it.

IT'S NOT FAIR WAH WAH WAH

The fact that she thinks this is worse than the PSU or MSU scandals is immediate grounds for her being cancelled.


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Giantkiller
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
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Then came Wednesday, the darkest day in Big Ten history, the day the vaunted conference caved. It choked. It got scared. It became the SEC.


No sweetheart, don't worry.. The Big 10 will never be the SEC.


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OysterPoBoy
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
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Great Lakes values


That sounds very white. I don't think you're allowed to have Great Lakes values anymore.


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WildManGoose
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Member since Nov 2005
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
Northwestern alum. No wonder she doesn't care about football. And this passage...
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only natural that the Big Ten would follow the Ivy League


Someone is still bummed they didn't get into Yale.


Brisketeer
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
Holy hyperbole


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NoBoDawg
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Member since Feb 2014
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
Why are these progs considered “Sports journalists”?!? They hate football, all contact sports, & especially everything MASCULINE!!!!!! F these clowns.


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CBandits82
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The Boat
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
We live in a disgusting world where those who cover something for us in the media actively root against it.

These people are devastated by the elites being overruled and college football being played.


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CBandits82
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
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d Great Lakes values o


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I-59 Tiger
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
one of you need to order this for Chris Brennan



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LSUFanHouston
LSU Fan
NOLA
Member since Jul 2009
22332 posts

re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
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Someone is still bummed they didn't get into Yale.


The B1G likes to look down at people and think they better.

The Ivies look down on the B1G.

This is hysterical.


RLDSC FAN
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Member since Nov 2008
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re: Big Ten's decision to play football signals darkest day in conference's rich history
Wolken's turn...

quote:

COLUMN: Big Ten got played by President Trump, and White House is eager to celebrate
via @usatoday


LINK


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