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About darell1976

  • Birthday 02/21/1976

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    Fargo, ND (born and raised in GF)

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  1. darell1976

    Summit League MBB

    I thought they don’t do moral victories. Hmmm.
  2. darell1976

    Summit League MBB

    That’s all he is worth.
  3. darell1976

    March Madness 2019

    I have Virginia winning it all.
  4. darell1976

    Summit League MBB

    Favored by 4.5
  5. darell1976

    Time to Boo Berry?

    Why would they get rid of Berry when we still have the same mediocre coach since DII in the Betty. Hockey is no where near the sh*tshow that basketball is. I would think Chaves’ list of coaches to get rid of that Berry would be further down the page.
  6. darell1976

    2019 Flood

    https://www.grandforksherald.com/news/government-and-politics/4586561-grand-forks-could-declare-flood-emergency-soon-says-city The city of Grand Forks could declare a flood emergency early next week, according to City Engineer Al Grasser.
  7. darell1976

    2019 Flood

    Now they have new buildings all over farm land just prime for overland flooding. They did protect people from the river with floodwalls but the overland flooding could bite them in the butt.
  8. darell1976

    2019 Flood

    They have but Minnesota blocked it, then a federal judge so it’s all politics. I guess not going under in 97 was their mistake.
  9. darell1976

    2019 Flood

    https://www.valleynewslive.com/content/news/The-City-of-Fargo-asks-for-hundreds-of-volunteers-to-make-a-million-sandbags-in-anticipation-of-spring-flood-507326891.html Fargo city administrator, Bruce Grubb, says the city is planning for at least the 10 percent scenario—that says the river would reach 40.3 feet. "If we over prepare, we're fine with that, we just don't want to risk underpreparing," Grubb said. On Friday, the flood outlook raised a couple feet—previously the worst-case scenario was looking to be around 39 feet. Now, there's a five percent chance it'll get to 41.4 feet. "The levels were raised quite substantially," Grubb said. With a record in 2009 of just under 41 feet, the city says a lot of the work will require volunteers to operate the spiders: the machines making sandbags.
  10. darell1976

    What do you think of the logo now??

    Sorry your so butthurt over a comment.
  11. darell1976

    What do you think of the logo now??

    So do people that play basketball in Washington DC say they play for the Wizards or the Bullets? Kids at Central don’t say #RedskinHockey do they?
  12. darell1976

    What do you think of the logo now??

    Don’t forget that logo was in the eyes of millions watching March Madness when we played Arizona. Lots of Hawk banners hanging in the Betty.
  13. darell1976

    What do you think of the logo now??

    I thought beating a dead horse was people blaming the little birdie for the team not scoring enough goals to win.
  14. darell1976

    What do you think of the logo now??

    What is crap is a player either saying "Sioux hockey" between periods on tv, or a player posting this. Sorry boys you are Fighting Hawks, Fighting Sioux was 7 years ago.
  15. darell1976

    What do you think of the logo now??

    And he would be right. Funny you don’t see athletes of other sports saying #SiouxForever in basketball, football, volleyball, etc. It’s like the only people that want to “stick it” to the new name and logo are all associated with hockey. Players, coaches, and fans.