January 31st, 2011 at 3:00 PM ^

i just mean just as much as i reposted something and i "know better," this person may have come in just as innocently on it as me. in fact, likely was. when there's no post about it in the moderator thread (which i even check before posting to avoid reposts) and the original post is an uninformative title, i don't really get the bandwagon. i used to rip people for doing it but that was when it had been posted on the same day with a descriptive title. this just seems odd. 


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January 31st, 2011 at 2:15 PM ^

I think that it should be posted more than 1, 2, 3, or even 4 times (Ok maybe not that much) so everyone can see it.  It obviously can change what a recruit thinks about a certain school.

Michigan like any other college fan base has ass hats who do take it too far when trying to lure recruits.  I guess this is a 4th reminder to chill out on the Facebook creeping.

If you think you have to inbox a recruit or think you can personally sway  a recruit through an inbox message then you are delusional.  A simple "Go Blue" from our fans is basically all that needs to be said to show support and want for a young prospect.

Everyone Murders

January 31st, 2011 at 2:35 PM ^

I hope this doesn't come off as too snarky (in fact, I hope it's just snarky enough), but post it six more times for all I care.  Just correct the heading to read "affect" rather than "effect".


tr.v. af·fect·edaf·fect·ingaf·fects

1. To have an influence on or effect a change in: Inflation affects the buying power of the dollar.
2. To act on the emotions of; touch or move.
3. To attack or infect, as a disease: Rheumatic fever can affect the heart.

tr.v. ef·fect·edef·fect·ingef·fects

1. To bring into existence.
2. To produce as a result.
3. To bring about. See Usage Note at affect1

 EDIT - Beaten to the draw by Maize N  Blue!


April 4th, 2012 at 8:21 AM ^

I really can't stand people who are constantly tweeting recruits or befriending recruits on Facebook.  These are the same idiots who go postal when some news item leaks about some kid visiting another school.

Frankly I find it creepy, bordering on stalking.  Let the school and the actual recruiting people at the school do their jobs.

There was an ND group made on Facebook by Tee Shepard (yes that Tee), and in the beginning it was pretty neat, some ND players got on their and were very talkative about sharing their ND experience.  And then the morons came, in droves.  Now the only thing that will fix it is to burn it to the ground.


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