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Well here I am, and I'm here to tell you that Georgia Southern DID host an OL/DL camp last week WITH pads on. Georgia Southern IS in Georgia. So Georgia kids CAN compete individually in camps where pads are used.
The only catch here is that this is the state of Georgia's "dead" week. Maybe that has something to do with it. Not sure.
ok and that proves what. that list said just Houston. Texas is huge and most in desert and the west part in mountains
This post was edited by Boner 20 months ago
proves you talk in circles...havnt you looked bad enough or you need more?
Your school bringing us down
i still say the same thing Georgia isn't as hot as Mississippi. i never said anything about anywhere else you jumped in here and brought up all these other places. you're the one jumping to all these other places. you're an idiot like most of the Georgia fans that post on tbb
3 legit excuses here:
1) You have more Koreans.
2) We go outside, hence our state titles and your >15 wins in 7 years.
3) We have hotter and sluttier girls.
"its not. and until you come to Mississippi and are out in the summer heat you won't know what im talkin about. Texas isn't even as hot as Mississippi. when you have a temp of 106 in June and 100% humidity and the heat index is 120 come talk to me."
look he's the one starting crap and I get in trouble while he cries to Aussie. Hilarious.
I noticed that in the other thread..tried to take some of the tension off
you keep bringing up the same thing. i stand by what i say. Mississippi summers are almost unbearable. we always have spot showers that pop up and it rains for 5 minutes then it gets 5 or 10 degrees warmer. the humidity in the delta is horrific. its always over 85% even at night well maybe not at night but still. i used to work on catfish ponds at night and it would be 85 at night and feel like 95. this is at night. during the day 105 with high humidity and it would be a heat index of 115 to 120. i don't care what you say or any computer data you link. Georgia ain't as hot as "the Mississippi delta"
There's no place hotter to coach in the south than Statesboro, or south Louisiana.
where im from in Mississippi is just like south Louisiana. swamps catfish ponds farm ground and woods.
which is basically marsh.
1 and 3 are the same thing
far from it, jewboy
With most of our students Asians and always studying then we lose out on hotter/sluttier girls
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