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  1. Shaw is a great coach - for Stanford. The thing about Stanford is, if they offer you a scholarship, you take it.
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    Religion Thread

    Dude, religious zealots have been saying this from time immemorial. Take a look at the wiki page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_dates_predicted_for_apocalyptic_events Keep your hillbilly doomsday mentality to yourself. I'm sorry that you're having a personal crisis, but please don't project it onto the world. If anything approaching a civil war does happen, it is people who believe as you do that will start it, pushed by their paranoia and irrational belief in some completely intangible being.
  3. So, you write four hateful words/epithets, then preach about evil and hate?
  4. Since they're private, there's really no way to know. No doubt they have a budget of some sort, but it's certainly bigger than WSU's. Do you really think Shaw would have had the same success at Pullman or Corvallis that he's had in Palo Alto? In any case, I just threw out my "current" three. I'm not gonna defend Leach anymore. I'm starting to feel like Kugrdon.
  5. Lemme guess. The next President will be the Anti-Christ, it says so in the bible. Something about wings and pocket change.
  6. Leach is a clown, but he squeezes a lot out of that program. They've gone to four straight bowl games for the first time in their history, won 11 games for the first time, finished in the top ten for the first time. He was Pac-12 coach of the year two of the past three seasons. In Pullman. Shaw essentially has unlimited resources, a huge advantage in prestige, and virtually no pressure to win. Leach has lower admission standards on his side, and that's about it.
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    Religion Thread

    Yeah, because politicians don't pander to their bases. "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof..." The United States neither respects nor restricts the exercise of religion. Christian politicians have worked tirelessly to turn this country into a "Christian Nation," notably by branding our currency, erecting ten commandments monuments on public property, and adding a line to the Pledge of Allegiance, but the U.S. remains a fundamentally non-religious government. God isn't on our side, and never has been. I'm afraid you live in a fairy tale.
  8. Petersen, Whittingham and Leach. Sorry Coach Shaw.
  9. The fuck is wrong with you?
  10. Totally false. You're getting your news from memes again. According to detention records from the U.S. Army, al-Baghdadi, who was detained in Iraq under the name Ibrahim Awad Ibrahim al-Badry, was held for about 10 months in U.S. custody. The records show he was captured on Feb. 4, 2004, and released on Dec. 8, 2004, which was during the presidency of George W. Bush.
  11. Agreed, and lest we forget, there's still the Big XII title game. Baylor could conceivably lose twice to the Sooners and be unranked at season's end, or vice versa. All I'm saying is that I don't think Oklahoma having wins over three (or fewer) No. 15 to 20-something teams will outweigh the strength of a team beating a No. 5 to No. 7 team in a championship game.
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