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"It's just so hard," Greivis said. "It's my heart, my love. Maryland made me who I am."
"Quote Originally Posted by BobStackFan4Life
I hope the ACC fights tooth and nail to make them pay the full buyout. Even if they get it reduced I'm sure they're going to have to pay a hefty amount. I'm amazed they're willing to face the backlash from their fanbase. The arrogance of these people, thinking they know what's best for the fans."
We should just let the fanbase decide with a vote, guize!
Detroit Hustles Harder
He's right. ACC bball with 9 teams and home and home every year was the bomb. I get why it changed but the ACC battles of old were gone and never coming back.
I think a lot of the "tradition" guys would feel differently if this happened in two years. It won't be so traditional when we are forced into a "rivalry" with Pitt. I was really looking forward to that home football schedule with Pitt/Syracuse/BC/Miami. Hell, half of our games would be against non-traditional ACC teams.
Very impressed by Loh. It feels so good to be proactive for once.
100%. And it just got bastardized more with Pitt, Syracuse and Notre Dame. The one thing I am happy with is ND may have just shot themself in the foot. Financially they will always be set but I think the B1G had enough of trying to get them. They now add 2 huge markets and if the dominoes start falling, the football as well as hoops take a monster hit. I will miss the ACC but FFF Notre Dame.
No plans at this time to re-add any cut sport.
Micah Kiser @kiser_rollin
Not really feeling Maryland's move to the Big 10 #MakesNoSense
Has anyone heard of this phenomenon called "Breakfast Clubs" at Purdue?
Really hope the AD works to repair the relationships with athletes who aren't a fan of this.
This post was edited by Terpes 17 months ago
There are some real dopes on Facebook.
While there is, as expected, a great deal of arrogance oozing from the Ohio State boards, there are many there who actually get it and like it. Some have even defended Maryland's sports teams, saying the Basketball program is back on the rise and the football will get better with the new conference affiliation.
But all you guys living in Maryland must have really pissed in this guy's cornflakes!! Haha!!
BuckNasty_MD (A buckeye fan who lives in MD) says:
"Not to mention all of the UMD alum and sycophants on the
24/7 site are all chatting about "collecting cash" via this pay day!
UMD brings nothing to the table. They just axed no less than six sports programs due to lack of cash and that they can't even fill their own stadium on Saturdays.
I live in Maryland and they simply can't compete with any squad in the conference. Maybe they beat Indiana and maybe they beat Rutgers? Maybe. They are a 2-10 or 3-9 win team year after year!
What a mess this has turned out to be. Nothing like reaching in the basket and pulling out with shit on your hands!!"
This guy is real bitter. Terp fans must make him miserable on a daily basis. It's quite funny actually.
This post was edited by terpinsc 17 months ago
"Academics is important, because without them....you aren't allowed to play!"
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