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  1. Any thoughts on Tiki Barber?

  2. I haven't stalked here in a while.

  3. The adminsitration has taken advantage of the fan base for a long time by knowing they didn't have to produce results in order for people to attend the games and donate money, so they haven't invested in the components required to build a competitive program for nearly two decades. To be fair, it made sense for them to be cheap because the money kept flowing in, people were that devoted to the football team. However, what you witnessed yesterday was the "final phase" of their implosion...Clemson fans have shifted from passionate, to hopeful, to disappointed, to outraged, and now, finally, apathetic. The reality of the situation is that many Clemson fans were more upset about the win than NCSU was about the loss. That undeserving garbage win will set the program back another five years, easily. All Clemson has to do now is beat Wake and become bowl eligible, then they can claim a successful season and Swinney stays. This ensures another year of poor recruiting due to instability at HC, followed by another season of mediocre football, rinse and repeat. Then when they do replace Swinney, they'll bring on some other loser with no experience at a bargain basement salary and the entire process will start anew. The only ray of hope is that people have stopped showing up. Maybe when the place is completely empty Clemson will take steps to fix the bridges they have burned by ruining what used to be so special, but at this point, I doubt it.
  4. Absolutely, without question.The seed from the Tommy Bowden coaching tree is in full bloom.
  5. 1) As an experienced Clemson fan, you should now expect them to lose to BC this weekend.2) Congrats to the Pack, they are a very fun team to watch this season.3) FSU fans must feel awful, that was a brutal way to lose.
  6. Ahh, I completely forgot about that....well, you will have plenty more fuel for that fire as this season goes on, too.Most folks I know only care about the streak at Chapel Hill in hoops, and football is of secondary importance against the Tigers, so you had me shuked for a bit.
  7. for the time beingIf that's the only non-cheating win of the year, it's worth it. Um...why? UNC's entire reputation is permanently destroyed and it was worth it because they beat a lousy program in a meaningless game?LOL, says the Clemson alum. Gotta tell ya, I am over your statement. Why would UNC fans care more about winning this week instead of beating Duke or State?
  8. Perhaps it was a poor choice of words. I didn't mean everyone would forget completely...people will remember, but it won't matter to your average fan after a while. Look at NCSU....do people still care about the basketball crap they dealt with? Nope....distant memory to most. :wall:No, it isn't.
  9. for the time beingIf that's the only non-cheating win of the year, it's worth it. Um...why? UNC's entire reputation is permanently destroyed and it was worth it because they beat a lousy program in a meaningless game?Permanently destroyed? Give it 5 years max and the average football fan will have forgotten about it.Wrong. People still bring up problems that happened decades ago at FSU, NC State, Clemson, et al . North Carolina will always carry this with them.
  10. for the time beingIf that's the only non-cheating win of the year, it's worth it. Um...why? UNC's entire reputation is permanently destroyed and it was worth it because they beat a lousy program in a meaningless game?
  11. Heard this from an alumni: right now they are the University of Non Compliance....keeping Davis and Baddour would make them the University of No Consequences.
  12. Too bad about the back log of cases to delay the process, especially during football season.