Gothmog

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  1. Looks like your boogeyman, Gene Taylor, got a new job. I guess K-State doesn't share your opinions about his integrity. http://www.kansas.com/sports/college/big-12/kansas-state/article144648164.html
  2. OK, but so what? Without some sort of proof, there again is nothing either reasonable or logical about SV's assumption that the MVC would only consider schools w/o a men's tennis program.
  3. Are you really suggesting that the MVC would not extend a bid to an otherwise qualified and desirable school simply because that school has a men's tennis program?
  4. Sure, but that's because there are fewer players on a basketball team. Three players is 60% of the starters on a BB team. How good would a football team with 13 "dudes", as you put it, and a bunch of adequate players for the level be? I'd say that would be a pretty damn good team. The same is probably true of most team sports.
  5. Really? You think it's dumb to suggest that a league that has been strengthened considerably over a number of years can be better than it has been in the past? This is not the old MidCon. It has become a relatively compact conference, with good schools, and a number of traditional rivalries. Those are the ingredients of a fine Mid Major basketball conference. Again, I don't see why it has to stay a one-bid league.
  6. I don't see why the Summit has to stay a one-bid league.
  7. Agreed
  8. Well, that's exactly what US News did and they rated UND the #202 national university. It is what it is.
  9. I don't need to do any research on your aviation department. I already know its reputation. My point isn't that UND isn't a very fine school, or even that NDSU is better than UND, or USD, or SDSU. My point is that the statement that "it ain't close" is wrong.
  10. Here an quote from a a Letter to The Herald by former Chester Fritz Distinguished Professor at UND, Dr. Michael Anderegg. It's old (2001), but I think it sums up your attitude and the current attitude of many UND supporters well: "Ever since arriving at UND some 28 years ago, I have heard much talk about the excellence of UND as an educational institution. Much of this talk was naïve and ill-informed, based on little more than wishful thinking..." Your suggestion that UND is much better than its regional competitors (I believe you used the phrase "it ain't even close") is exactly the sort of talk Dr. Anderegg referred to as "naïve and ill-informed" 16 years ago. Some things never change. BTW - Do some research into NDSU's Department of Coatings and Polymeric Materials.
  11. “That needs to be historic,” Faison said of the Nickel Trophy. “We’ll recognize it appropriately. Moving forward, that won’t be part of the new series.” Faison said the Nickel Trophy will be retired and likely displayed somewhere on campus. http://www.inforum.com/content/no-nickel-trophy-wont-be-part-renewed-und-ndsu-rivalry
  12. Accomplishing what NDSU has in Football is a very tall order. No one else has ever done it. It's certainly not obvious that UND can.
  13. Making the big dance is a big deal, whether you're a blue blood or not. It's fine to say that UND will catch up is fine. Nevertheless, UND is at the moment behind. What happened in DII is also nice, but it's not relevant to the question.
  14. Really? I thought making the playoffs and winning games was what it was all about. I guess not.