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Conversation Between IRISHDODGER and T Town Tommy
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    11-14-2014 10:42 PM
    Gotcha. To show how all teams' success comes & goes in cycles, I ask the following questions of people who follow CFB:

    Who coached Texas before Mack Brown?
    Who coached SCum before Pete Carroll?
    Who coached OU before Bob Stoops?
    Who coached UF before Spurrier?
    Who coached LSU before Nick Saban?
    Name every coach at Alabama between the Stallings & Saban eras.
    Name every coach at OU between the Switzer & Stoops eras.
    Name every coach at Texas between the Royal & Mack eras.

    I've yet to have anyone be able to correctly answer even half of those queries. The point is not to embarrass people on their lack of CFB knowledge....the point is to remind folks that EVERY program goes through down periods but we all quickly forget that once a program regains their success.
  2. T Town Tommy
    11-14-2014 06:12 PM
    T Town Tommy
    Really grew up watching ND on Saturday's because back then you only got 1-2 games a week. My how times have changed. I cheer for the Irish when they are playing and hope they get back up to the top soon. They are getting closer. As far as Bama boards, I go to a few of them but don't post out. The rah rah football stuff 24/7 365 gets a little old. That's why I like IE. Got some other topics that I find interesting and sometimes educational.
    11-14-2014 04:37 PM
    u bet Tommy. So i'm not on here as much as I would like but are you a Bama fan first (not that their's anything wrong w/ that). If so, what attracted you to an ND message board? I have to think there are tons of Bama boards that would take all your time but I'm glad you're on this board. When I was on a different message board it incl a lifelong ND fan who then enrolled at Bama. It didn't take long before he dropped off the radar but he did pop in to say 'hi' in 2012 when the two faced each other. He acknowledged that he was now a Bama fan first but still held a place for ND. His board name was a gaelic name that I can't recall....you may be him for all I know! Anyway, glad you're here.
  4. T Town Tommy
    11-05-2014 05:48 PM
    T Town Tommy
    Thanks for the reps. Good luck this weekend.
  5. T Town Tommy
    02-28-2014 07:32 AM
    T Town Tommy
    Thanks for the reps dodger. Good luck this coming season.

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