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 on: Today at 12:11:30 am 
Started by charlietags - Last post by John
This is like getting a tattoo that says "Mediocre" on one bicep and "Incompetent" on the other.

 42 
 on: Yesterday at 10:34:49 pm 
Started by charlietags - Last post by El Jefe
I have pledged to purchase a real ram so it can take a dump on the new logo.  I found one on ebay for $899.  The ewes are going for $150.


I think you should purchase a pig.  Put maroon lipstick on the pig and grease it up, then let the swine loose on the court.  The incompetent security and AD staff would be forced to give chase.  The scene would be much more entertaining and deeply symbolic.

 43 
 on: Yesterday at 09:29:13 pm 
Started by charlietags - Last post by NYRam07
Fortunately you don't get to determine the qualifications of a true fan.  How many endorsements has your family established for Fordham?  Want to compare?  I back my fan status with multiple checks. 

Are you so insecure that you need to boast about writing checks? So pathetic.

 44 
 on: Yesterday at 07:54:33 pm 
Started by charlietags - Last post by An Old Coach
  1.  I am totally opposed to naming the floor after the McLaughlins.

2.  At the time of attendance at Fordham Prep, the Prep was a school of the university.  It separated legally from the university c. 1971.

3.  My guess is that Frank's brothers were stellar players at the Prep.  Frank was All-City.

4.  Now hear me: this is all bloody nonsense, but I'm guessing it's the technicality upon which the justification is based.

5.  I am totally opposed to naming anything after the McLaughlins.

6.  Wanna bet that I get blasted for saying all this...

Blasted for what? 

Only the brain dead among this thinks this is a good idea.  The guy is bad news. I don't know how any clear thinking Fordham fan can support this.  The only thing this accomplishes is solidifying the future of the historic RHG.

 45 
 on: Yesterday at 04:56:15 pm 
Started by charlietags - Last post by Rambow
Tell me exactly what Frank's three (3) brothers did for Fordham University? 
  1.  I am totally opposed to naming the floor after the McLaughlins.

2.  At the time of attendance at Fordham Prep, the Prep was a school of the university.  It separated legally from the university c. 1971.

3.  My guess is that Frank's brothers were stellar players at the Prep.  Frank was All-City.

4.  Now hear me: this is all bloody nonsense, but I'm guessing it's the technicality upon which the justification is based.

5.  I am totally opposed to naming anything after the McLaughlins.

6.  Wanna bet that I get blasted for saying all this...

 46 
 on: Yesterday at 04:15:26 pm 
Started by joesunfish - Last post by joesunfish
PEPi'S is a GO!!!

The chance of precipitation has dropped from 60% to a range from 25% - 45% between Noon and 3:00 PM,
and the forecast is for a lower wind velocity.

Beyond that, I just returned from Pepi's and I was not aware that the restaurant has fold-out, see-through, canvas protection, which
they use during inclement weather. Beyond that, they will accommodate us inside, if needed.

Looking forward to seeing everyone tomorrow. As a reminder, Pepi's is on the Main Road (Route 25) in Southold, just east of Port of Egypt.

Please reconfirm your presence by IM or e-mail to joesunfish@aol.com.

Thank you, all.

Joe

 47 
 on: Yesterday at 04:14:12 pm 
Started by txram - Last post by txram
It seems a little late to be adding new assistant coaches but we added Shannon Neely Noel and former Ram Ally White to the staff, replacing Kim Miller and Matt Higgins.  Neely Noel's credentials sound especially strong.  Both concentrated on coaching keepers and defense, which was more of Higgins' area. http://fordhamsports.com/news/2017/8/17/womens-soccer-adds-shannon-neely-noel-ally-white-to-coaching-staff.aspx

We've already played one game, losing an exhibition to St. John's 1-0.  We're schedules to play Nevada Reno and St. Mary's (CA) (both there) in the next couple of days.

 48 
 on: Yesterday at 04:02:56 pm 
Started by txram - Last post by txram
We played the Univ of Trieste in Italy in the first game, and we won 86-28.  German 6'3" forward freshman Klug (#11) had 17 points and Davis had 12.  12 of our 13 players scored.  Seems like we should have scheduled tougher competition though.

Highlights:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K20BFlc8iiY&feature=youtu.be

 49 
 on: Yesterday at 03:02:22 pm 
Started by ace93 - Last post by Ram Bam 76
I recommend the use of a pop-up and ad blocker. I do not have any issues with the site.

Due to the advertisements that you get when you don't have those blockers, it is impossible to make the site secure b/c those ads might be from non-secure sites. Making the site secure would only secure the content that is directly on the site, and would also be somewhat expensive.
Thanks, Ace.

 50 
 on: Yesterday at 02:15:57 pm 
Started by RoRam - Last post by DamnRam
Newman played 15 minutes a game last year and was expected to play at least that this year if not more.  Tamara played 8 minutes a game last year appears to be less of a loss.  You are missing the bigger point it does not matter to some of the geniuses here if they are good or not, it would have been met with hysteria and rumors about our coach and endless facilities posts.  Mason fans shrug their shoulders say part of college hoops and move on.

True.  Of course, when you have a facility like this...

http://gomason.com/sports/2010/12/13/205054690.aspx

you would know it's probably not a facilities issue.

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