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  1. Another highway to trouble, on top of being careless, is being stupid and rubbing the NCAA's face in it...which is another road OM took.
  2. They were really careless too. How does the NCAA find out about $2K worth or free merch?
  3. I am 100% sure Alabama didn't offer Nkemdiche $250K. Don't confuse what I said to mean I think we're above everyone else. But it's a package deal for a kid at a school, most of which he gets being legal, and Ole Miss has very little to offer outside cash.
  4. This is a different level than anyone else does I'm sure.
  5. We'll see it...when the NCAA sends 2 NOAs and charges include LOIC, they will close the deal. And Ole Miss has actually admitted to several major violations. People will look back on recruiting rankings in 10 years and wonder who this 'Ole Miss' is.
  6. Not when the NCAA is this far up your a$$. It's hammer time.
  7. Ole Miss is finally coming to a head...2nd NOI received today...with a list of charges including: Bruce Feldman ✔@BruceFeldmanCFB #OleMiss has been charged with the dreaded Lack of Institutional Control by the NCAA. The school said it will fight that charge. 4:52 PM - 22 Feb 2017
  8. Players love it...and it's started off hot at retail. It's 1 of 2 new Authentic styles this spring...which'll see the heathered tech fleece soon.
  9. BAMTech Appoints Amazon Video Executive Michael Paull As CEO BAMTech, the video streaming service owned by MLB Advanced Media, Disney and the National Hockey League, on Tuesday announced the hiring of longtime Amazon video executive Michael Paull as chief executive officer. Paull comes on at a time when MLBAM president and CEO Bob Bowman takes a step back from the spinoff, which was valued at $3 billion, as it becomes an increasingly independent unit. Bowman will remain on BAMTech’s board. Paull, who will start in March and report directly to the BAMTech board of directors, is credited with creating the Amazon Prime video service,’s counterpart to Netflix’s pay video streaming service. “Michael is a talented and accomplished executive who shares our collective vision for BAMTech as it aggressively explores new means to acquire and distribute video content,” MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said in a statement. “We are confident Michael will deliver on the incredible potential and promise this venture has for building powerful viewing experiences for its clients and their customers.” Paull will also work with Disney—which in three years can take a controlling stake in BAMTech—on the launch of a standalone ESPN service. “The team at BAMTech has created a best in class Over-The-Top video streaming platform allowing them to develop innovative solutions for their customers,” Paull said in a news release. “I am grateful to have the opportunity to work with this highly accomplished team and want to thank Major League Baseball and The Walt Disney Company for this exciting opportunity.”
  11. We knew the table was set for the season with all the young guns lined up...but it's coming to fruition so far. JT 3 wins, Matsuyama 3 wins, Speith a win, now DJ...
  12. Dominant...
  13. Any thoughts on the new BP Trainer the players are wearing...3/4 with number on sleeve?