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The media picking and choosing what and when to report on newsworthy topics makes them no longer objective reporters. 

Pick and choosing what to put into the public square is what a paid media relations (aka the spin meisters) department does. 

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On 1/14/2019 at 8:43 PM, Gothmog said:

The whole thing amounts to absolutely nothing. It made no competitive difference in the game itself, and delaying the announcement in no way harmed the player or anyone else.

EWU's game planning? 

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7 hours ago, FlinFlan80 said:

I'll answer the question for you then. If this was a UND player, let's say our starting Fullback. NDSU would be allllllll over this. That's what rivals do. Look at any rivalry. They want any dirt on the opposing team that they can find. Gosh look down to even VCSU vs JC. Literally the lowest level of college football and that rivalry is even hot and heavy. Now on a D1 level with both teams soon to play each other YEARLY! Both team are putting each other under the microscope more than ever and their deprived fans have the right to do the same. NDSU has been incredibly successful lately and that is great for them. They earned it. UND is hungry for the success, being only 70 short miles away, so ya it does concern them. Everything NDSU does concerns UND football. They want any edge they can get. If that edge is NDSU players getting suspended their senior year for doing something illegal, well sucks to suck.

 

(Also, this is the same kid who lost his scholarship for boozing too much in high school, even before he stepped foot on campus.)

At least youre honest and I agree with your assessment except for us losing a player for the natty giving you an edge.  You need better players and coaching. But if you think us losing a player is what its going to take for you to turn the corner you might want to reevaluate . In the short term Im sure it makes you feel better.:)

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8 minutes ago, The Sicatoka said:

Your fellow Bison fan brought him up quite easily. I guess you're behind. 

 

 

 

8 minutes ago, The Sicatoka said:

Your fellow Bison fan brought him up quite easily. I guess you're behind. 

 

 

  Behind??? Or Dont care?  I will go with the latter. Just like players that have left our program for what ever reason. They leave they leave. It happens.

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On 1/16/2019 at 2:49 PM, bison73 said:

At least youre honest and I agree with your assessment except for us losing a player for the natty giving you an edge.  You need better players and coaching. But if you think us losing a player is what its going to take for you to turn the corner you might want to reevaluate . In the short term Im sure it makes you feel better.:)

First of all, that player is done at NDSU. He lost his entire senior year and was on his way to being a three year starter, so that will give any team you play an edge. I never said that NDSU losing a fullback would instantly make UND a better team and turn a corner. That's insane. I think what will help UND turn the corner is the new coaches, recruiting, and NDSU will eventually come back down to earth.

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4 hours ago, BarnWinterSportsEngelstad said:

Image result for ndsu bison fans And, how many alumni season ticket holders will show up with this shirt on, which also has "S....S...S..." on back of T-shirt?

So Mr. smart guy came up with an indian with capital N balls by his mouth then Sioux Suck Sh.....t on back?  Really confusing.    

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1 hour ago, FlinFlan80 said:

First of all, that player is done at NDSU. He lost his entire senior year and was on his way to being a three year starter, so that will give any team you play an edge. I never said that NDSU losing a fullback would instantly make UND a better team and turn a corner. That's insane. I think what will help UND turn the corner is the new coaches, recruiting, and NDSU will eventually come back down to earth.

A lot of people said the same thing when Wentz went down in '15, and look what happened. I ain't worried.

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1 hour ago, Bubbasburner said:

A lot of people said the same thing when Wentz went down in '15, and look what happened. I ain't worried.

Well that's good. Teams who are worried are teams that underestimate others and get knocked off. I'm not too worried about NDSU taking it all next year.

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6 hours ago, BarnWinterSportsEngelstad said:

Image result for ndsu bison fans And, how many alumni season ticket holders will show up with this shirt on, which also has "S....S...S..." on back of T-shirt?

So much stupid in just one image. 

Please, please tell me that's a photo shopped image and not a real shirt. 

So, so much stupid ... 

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3 hours ago, FlinFlan80 said:

First of all, that player is done at NDSU. He lost his entire senior year and was on his way to being a three year starter, so that will give any team you play an edge. I never said that NDSU losing a fullback would instantly make UND a better team and turn a corner. That's insane. I think what will help UND turn the corner is the new coaches, recruiting, and NDSU will eventually come back down to earth.

Sincerely, you seem to be pretty knowledgeable about football.

Out of curiosity, what is your opinion about this change of regime at NDSU and why you feel it is going to be more challenging than the 2013/2014 regime change?

To me, it could go either way, as any coaching and QB change can, but I’m just curious if it’s something specific you’re seeing that suggests this changeover won’t go as smooth as the last one.

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