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Mr. Ho
09-17-2011, 08:24 AM
Mr. Ho talk about til blue in face.

TMTDM does not need to play Barn or Bammer!!!!!

Let them continue schedule Bammer A&M or ND40....the more they do the more people talk about why not TMTDM...the second we play Barn or Bammer and god help us TMTDM lose (see USCe, Clempson, Florida,etc...) that it. NOBODY talk about it ever again. Talk double when we beat Arkanussas tonight...

Mr. Ho see where Barn pay Bama A&M $500k to play. Wow, they really cheap up there, no wonder why TMTDM not play Barn. It cost Barn $5 million to play TMTDM or pay nothing and play @TMTDM....

Troy87
09-17-2011, 09:10 AM
:signs011: :happy110:

Doug4Troy
09-18-2011, 02:10 PM
I'm with Ho, don't want AU or UA on the schedule. Actually, would like to see us drop ALL SEC teams unless they agree to come to Troy as well (Miss State= ok with me). We should schedule the "big boys" only if they agree to 1 and 1, 2 and 1, or in very limited situations, 3 and 1. Just my opinion though.

JPSousa1898
09-18-2011, 10:42 PM
I'm with Ho, don't want AUIf they or UA on the schedule. Actually, would like to see us drop ALL SEC teams unless they agree to come to Troy as well (Miss State= ok with me). We should schedule the "big boys" only if they agree to 1 and 1, 2 and 1, or in very limited situations, 3 and 1. Just my opinion though.

If they want to pay us tons of money, I don't care if we ever play a team at home. Call me greedy, but if it benefits the whole university, I could care less where we play someone.... But if they don't wanna come to Troy, they better be ready to pay and pay big.

Doug4Troy
09-18-2011, 11:10 PM
We disagree then. I would hate for Troy to become exclusively a "travel team" for the money, which admittedly all programs need. There are way too many tangible and intangible benefits for players, coaches, fans, students and the local community when playing numerous home games a year.

Nothing like playing one of the big boys in VMS and sending THEM on the long ride back to their place reliving the loss.

Just saying.