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Due to recent comments from some dude with a 4 banger on crack, I felt we should show some college pride. This is to be acomplished by getting your best dig in at whatever school you feel you hate the most! remember it is football season so the only rule is that it needs to be a dig dealing with football.
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And Pro Trash starts by re-enforcing the moral victory stigma aggy seems to have as of late.......why not show a picture of aggy beating, or even being competitive, with Texas?

That would indicate some school pride......that picture is nothing more than an extension of your school sign, the upside down Horns, that your students flash when playing everyone from Texas State to the Vols.




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Okay here you go I found this on Rivals.com, I didn't see tu, OU, T-Tech or any anywhere in the top ten.


"After taking all of these things into account, here are the top 10 home field advantages in college football."

We are number:


7. Kyle Field (Texas A&M)
Some might call 80,000 kissing, roaring, whoop-hollering fans a bit odd, but to the Texas A&M Aggies, it's called home. No fan base in the nation is more rabid than the Aggies'. And considering the stiff competition in college football, that says something. Where else can you find 40,000 students gather at midnight before the game for yell practice?

The only knock against Kyle Field is the lack of consistent sellouts. But even when the stadium is thousands of fans short of capacity, Aggies fans make up for it in spirit. The only time the home crowd sits down from kickoff to final whistle is during the opposing band's halftime show. And with a .830 winning percentage at Kyle Field since 1990, it's tough to dispute A&M's domination in College Station.

The X-factor: Tradition
Tradition is the key word with Kyle Field. Silver Taps, the 12th man, the Elephant Walk, the Aggie Muster the list goes on and on. The Aggies have gone so far as to build a scoreboard facing their mascots' graves so that the deceased Reveilles can "watch" the game.
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Okay here you go I found this on Rivals.com, I didn't see tu, OU, T-Tech or any anywhere in the top ten.


"After taking all of these things into account, here are the top 10 home field advantages in college football."

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7. Kyle Field (Texas A&M)
Some might call 80,000 kissing, roaring, whoop-hollering fans a bit odd, but to the Texas A&M Aggies, it's called home. No fan base in the nation is more rabid than the Aggies'. And considering the stiff competition in college football, that says something. Where else can you find 40,000 students gather at midnight before the game for yell practice?

The only knock against Kyle Field is the lack of consistent sellouts. But even when the stadium is thousands of fans short of capacity, Aggies fans make up for it in spirit. The only time the home crowd sits down from kickoff to final whistle is during the opposing band's halftime show. And with a .830 winning percentage at Kyle Field since 1990, it's tough to dispute A&M's domination in College Station.

The X-factor: Tradition
Tradition is the key word with Kyle Field. Silver Taps, the 12th man, the Elephant Walk, the Aggie Muster the list goes on and on. The Aggies have gone so far as to build a scoreboard facing their mascots' graves so that the deceased Reveilles can "watch" the game.
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It didnt help you when you played baylor last year
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It didnt help you when you played baylor last year
No shit Sherlock we played in Waco at Floyd Stadium last year, you have a great grasp on the concept of home field advantage!
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No shit Sherlock we played in Waco at Floyd Stadium last year, you have a great grasp on the concept of home field advantage!
well fuck I couldnt remember if they played home or not. still you lost to baylor
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well fuck I couldnt remember if they played home or not. still you lost to baylor
Don't remind me my ex went to Law school there and has been reminding me of that for a year now
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Don't remind me my ex went to Law school there and has been reminding me of that for a year now
well I think they should beat them this year
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Right you're the one that is posting gayass things
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Right you're the one that is posting gayass things
And you are the gay ass bandwagoner that doesn't even know when "his team" is playing.
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And you are the gay ass bandwagoner that doesn't even know when "his team" is playing.
Ouch that hurts dumbass
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Is that like what Texas has at Pyle Field, with a 22-20-5 record, or so?

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Ouch that hurts dumbass
"Hey everyone! I'm a big longhorn fan are they playing today?"

And you posted this stupidity on the Internet.

The only smart thing about that thread was... you eventually deleted it to hide your stupidity and bandwagoness.
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"Hey everyone! I'm a big longhorn fan are they playing today?"

And you posted this stupidity on the Internet.

The only smart thing about that thread was... you eventually deleted it to hide your stupidity and bandwagoness.
Keep on proving me right that you cant ask a question without dickheads making remarks. And by the way your remarks mean so little to me. Call me a bandwangoner. But I will not stop cheering for Texas
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Keep on proving me right that you cant ask a question without dickheads making remarks. And by the way your remarks mean so little to me. Call me a bandwangoner. But I will not stop cheering for Texas
You cheer for Texas when you channel surf. "OH LOOK! Texas is on! See the big T on their helmet! Hook 'em!"

I left that shit alone until your "gay" remark.

Keep 'em coming dumbass. I'm getting tired of using Notch and Hook Em as whipping posts.
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WTF?

Silly aggy tricks.

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You cheer for Texas when you channel surf. "OH LOOK! Texas is on! See the big T on their helmet! Hook 'em!"

I left that shit alone until your "gay" remark.

Keep 'em coming dumbass. I'm getting tired of using Notch and Hook Em as whipping posts.
I wouldnt have made a gay remark if you didnt post something that was fucking gay. And I believe they have a longhorn symbol on the side of there helmet and Tenn. has a big T on the side of their helmets. But what do I know I just a bandwagoner fan
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And I believe they have a longhorn symbol on the side of there helmet and Tenn. has a big T on the side of their helmets.
Do you "believe it" or do you know for sure?
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Do you "believe it" or do you know for sure?
yes I know for sure unless you pull up some 1930 Texas helmet that has the letter T on side of it. But today they have a longhorn symbol
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yes I know for sure unless you pull up some 1930 Texas helmet that has the letter T on side of it. But today they have a longhorn symbol

Wow... you must truly be a fan.
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You cheer for Texas when you channel surf. "OH LOOK! Texas is on! See the big T on their helmet! Hook 'em!"

I left that shit alone until your "gay" remark.

Keep 'em coming dumbass. I'm getting tired of using Notch and Hook Em as whipping posts.
LMFAO at that post! Oh yeah this pic is for Hookem!
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LMFAO at that post! Oh yeah this pic is for Hookem!
The funny part about that pic is it's at DKR Stadium. Silly Ags.

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The funny part about that pic is it's at DKR Stadium. Silly Ags.
Well your school already lost to us so feel free to post up that school any old time, LOL.
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Well your school already lost to us so feel free to post up that school any old time, LOL.
Uhm, not in this decade, century, or even millenium........

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Uhm, not in this decade, century, or even millenium........
Hey fat ass put down the burger, that reply was for a person who is a Texas State fan, he lives in San Marcus listed SWT as his school, etc. Also yes tu has fallen to A&M in the past Decade, are you playing with the lighter fluid again
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Hey fat ass put down the burger, that reply was for a person who is a Texas State fan, he lives in San Marcus listed SWT as his school, etc. Also yes tu has fallen to A&M in the past Decade, are you playing with the lighter fluid again

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Uhm, not in this decade, century, or even millenium........
Really?
Let's see:
2001: Texas 21-7, in a one sided bore fest
2002: Texas 50-20 in a...well, TX hung a 1/2 hundred.......need I say more?
2003: Texas 46-15 in yet another blowout
2004: Texas 26-13 in a game that was not NEARLY as close as the score...a statistical blowout.

Ya wanna try again, dumb fuck?

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Really?
Let's see:
2001: Texas 21-7, in a one sided bore fest
2002: Texas 50-20 in a...well, TX hung a 1/2 hundred.......need I say more?
2003: Texas 46-15 in yet another blowout
2004: Texas 26-13 in a game that was not NEARLY as close as the score...a statistical blowout.

Ya wanna try again, dumb fuck?
Hey fat boy put down the McDonalds menu and pick up a dictionary. Here is what my dictionary defines decade as. Word of the day for Hookem; Decade: 1. period of ten years (i.e. 1995 to 2005) or 2. a group, set, series (i.e. the 1970s , the last ten football seasons, ie the past decade of football in Texas, etc). I am payed to teach my 7th graders, I guess you'll be my pro bono student today. I am beginning to think all that college was simply wasted on you. So you see, 1999 falls into the past decade of tu versus A&M. The correct statement would have been not within the first half of this new calendar decade, ie 2000-2010. I hope you are taking notes, I really do not like teaching someone who refuses to learn.
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In your counterpoint to HookEm's response, you changed "this" to "past". Stay on topic.
Learn the proper definition of the word decade then we'll talk until then keep rubbing Hookems shoulders telling him you think he can, LOL.
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And I plainly, clearly referred to 'this decade". ARe you seriously this fucking stupid? Please, please, tell me it's an act. If you are so dumb, so painfully ignorant, that you can't figure out that "this decade" is a reference to the Aught's, then you need to rip up your teaching certificate, and choke yourself.

I also find it impossible to believe that the dictionary you consulted included the example of "1995 to 2005."

In short, once again...you're a fucking liar.

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Hey fat boy put down the McDonalds menu and pick up a dictionary. Here is what my dictionary defines decade as. Word of the day for Hookem; Decade: 1. period of ten years (i.e. 1995 to 2005) or 2. a group, set, series (i.e. the 1970s , the last ten football seasons, ie the past decade of football in Texas, etc). I am payed to teach my 7th graders, I guess you'll be my pro bono student today. I am beginning to think all that college was simply wasted on you. So you see, 1999 falls into the past decade of tu versus A&M. The correct statement would have been not within the first half of this new calendar decade, ie 2000-2010. I hope you are taking notes, I really do not like teaching someone who refuses to learn.

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Learn the proper definition of the word decade then we'll talk until then keep rubbing Hookems shoulders telling him you think he can, LOL.


I never said aggy hasn't beat Texas in a decade, you lying piece of kicked to the curb shit.

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Uhm, not in this decade,

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Learn the proper definition of the word decade then we'll talk
Alright, but I feel like I should be charging you tuition.

This decade = 2000 - 2009
Past decade = 1990 - 1999

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until then keep rubbing Hookems shoulders telling him you think he can, LOL.
What is with you and all the curious gay talk?

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Alright, but I feel like I should be charging you tuition.

This decade = 2000 - 2009
Past decade = 1990 - 1999


What is with you and all the curious gay talk?
I always thought it was 01-00

Example, the first decade started in 1 AD, so a ten year period makes it......
1-10, vice BC-09....

Geez.....slow sports day.

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