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That Knoxville is a small southern town in the middle of the mountains. And that we are a dumpster fire. Some wouldn't say the latter is "perception".
Butch Jones. Who???
well, some say perception is reality
we fight the preception that our OL coach beats up his players. SMH at anyone that believes that one since its completely illegal and absurd but it is what it is
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that we have no discipline because there is a ton of press on us disciplining our players
We don't have to fight anything anymore. We basically hold try outs every year.
Is it still perception when its true?
A hundred and forty-eight years after it became law, and 18 years after passing it, Mississippi officially ratified the 13th Amendment banning slavery. The cause of the delay? A clerical error, according to The Jackson Clarion-Ledger. In 1995, Mississippi was the only state not to have passed the 13th Amendment. While it passed unanimously, the resolution...
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Police learned of the riot on Twitter.
1.) The only article that carries any weight. Everybody in Mississippi knew that just now "officially" banning slavery in the year 2013 was ridiculous!
2.) Marlon Humphrey's is a punk who has never been to the campus of Ole Miss. It's kind of disturbing and immature that a black kid from Alabama would joke about the KKK given what the generation of older black people had to go through for him to be where he is.
3.) The "riot" of Night of Obama's reelection was way overblown. I was on campus that night and I remember getting back to my dorm and it being a national story and I was like wtf? Of course, the agenda driven media took what they heard and ran with it. There were legitimately 10-12 drunk freshman running around yelling slurs and lit a Obama sign on fire. The cops were called and 2 freshmen from Greenville, SC were arrested. The only reason it was reported that there were 200-400 people rioting is because the the fire alarm at my dorm had been pulled and people were just walking around. I'm not trying to make it sound like people going around saying racial slurs isn't a big deal, because it is. But, it's not always what it seems.
"Football and a thing called life..." ftw
Why do you think we sent them down there? Too racist for SC.
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