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davidsmom (Anonymous) says...

I don't think it was lack of resources that killed the Gridiron Club. If KU football had remained good like it was in 2007-2008, the money might have been raised for the Gridiron Club.

davidsmom (Anonymous) says...

I hate to say it but I think while in the SEC Missouri will recruit Texas better than people think right now, because the SEC has Texas A&M now. That pretty much opens up Texas for the SEC.

davidsmom (Anonymous) says...

That was my thought all week. I'm SO glad Texas was the one to break our streak so Missouri can't!

davidsmom (Anonymous) says...

If our streak has to be broken, I would MUCH rather it be broken by Texas than by K-State, or worst of all, by Missouri!

davidsmom (Anonymous) says...

Is the Gameday Cram Session no longer being recorded? Or have you hidden it somewhere? I've missed it the past few weeks and I used to look forward to it every week. Reading it is OK but watching it was more fun.

davidsmom (Anonymous) says...

Absolutely! Why is this so obvious to us but is apparently not sinking in with the coaches and players this year?

davidsmom (Anonymous) says...

Can't find it...can you give a little more of the pathway? I'd love to see this.

davidsmom (Anonymous) says...

I bleed crimson and blue, but I am also a mature adult with respect for other people. This piece is not even remotely funny. It is trashier than the trash you claim to be describing. Also, I happen to be employed by The University of Missouri (Kansas City campus) and it is an excellent employer. There is quality humor written by someone with talent for humor writing, then there is this garbage. Try again.

On Domestic violence at Missouri?

Posted 20 December 2009, 7:58 p.m. Suggest removal

davidsmom (Anonymous) says...

Guys - Both offense and defense - No one should have to say this, but either you bring your A+ game and make zero mistakes, or you might not win another game this season. And that's excluding Reesing, about whom I have no complaints whatsoever.

davidsmom (Anonymous) says...

I would think any coach in the nation would love to have Kerry on his team! He's the most versatile player we have, very athletic and talented, and has a wonderful attitude. Kerry is awesome!

On Keegan: Meier faithful receiver

Posted 21 September 2008, 8:03 a.m. Suggest removal