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  1. Rayo OKC had zero players from Rayo Spain. It's basically a naming rights deal where the the namesakes have total control but pay zero attention. So dumb.
  2. Funny thing is, a few NFL teams used to make you have their left chest logo face away from the armpit in all cases. If I remember right it was the Vikings and Cardinals but looks like the Cardinals are the only ones who still do that:
  3. Holy hell! It's May and I forgot about IndyCar! It's the only place in the world that gives a :censored: about non Indy 500 races. Put it tied with Butler Basketball.
  4. US Open Cup 3rd Round Draw: OKC Derby could happen! Winner of Detroit/Louisville heads to Indy Minnesota may seek revenge against Saint Louis. That's about it for real intrigue outside of some upsets moving on. 2nd Round almost looks better than the 3rd. Locally of course your opinion could differ.
  5. US Open Cup started last night you guys!! Here's all the scores: http://thecup.us/2016/04/07/2016-lamar-hunt-us-open-cup-schedule-results/ Next week has some really intriguing matches: San Antonio Derby (SAFC vs. Corinthians FC) Charlotte Derby (Eagles vs. Independence) City Derby (Louisville vs. Detroit) Plus there are some fun underdog games with amateur teams playing USL teams! Personally looking forward to Indy Eleven NPSL heading to FC Cincinnati although I won't be able to attend. We'll find out about the 3rd round matches today which will be very cool for me. Will Indy play Louisville/Detroit or Cincinnati? Will we get the OKC Derby we all want to see?
  6. Outside of Happy Valley however, his reputation is forever tarnished. As it should be.
  7. If that name sounds familiar... http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/attytood/Why-did-Penn-State-hire-the-president-of-Football-Rape-Coverup-U.html
  8. Yup, Puerto Rico makes 12 which completes the 2016 NASL threeway of ill-advised locations.
  9. Indianapolis: 1) Colts 2) Pacers 3) IU basketball 4)High School Basketball 5) Butler Basketball 5) Notre Dame Football 6) Reds Baseball 7) Indy Indians baseball 8) Cubs Baseball 9) High School Football 10) Indy Eleven 11) Purdue Basketball/Football Honestly after the top 4 the rest are interchangable except Purdue seems like an after thought here despite the huge alumni base.
  10. Pennsylvania is an at will state so they can fire him whenever for whatever they want as long as it doesn't break federal employment laws. If Sandusky wants to claim protection as a pedofile I guess he could have tried that... And by not firing him when he heard about more than 1 allegation, it created an environment where Penn State was ok with child rape as long as they won football games. Later, it allowed the admin to eventually give Sandusky access to his torture chamber (I mean Paterno's football locker room) for years after he retired. I guess my question is, if you personally hear about an employee abusing kids on 2 separate occasions, do you keep him around? Promote him?? Stand by as he starts a charity focused on kids??? Of course you don't. Nobody does. Except JoPa.
  11. I can't believe Paterno allegedly didn't go to authorities or higher ups of course or pursue this further. But even if you say he did what he should have, do you keep someone on you're staff that's been allegedly abiding kids on MULTIPLE occasions? He alone has the power to make sure Sandusky wasn't around the school without evidence. He could and should have fired him the second there was a second allegation. im not giving him a pass on one, just I can reasonably see a situation where there is an allegation and no evidence so one could think that it could be made up. But 2, 3? Come on its simple, get rid of the guy. That's on Paterno. He had the power to hire and fire staff. And it sounds like there could have been multiple allegations long before Sandusky had any kind of tenure. Disgusting.
  12. I just discovered that there are Jerry Sandusky truthers. Not JoePa truthers... People who believe Sandusky is innocent. And it's not just one crazy. I read this article: http://www.cnn.com/2016/05/06/us/jerry-sandusky-victims-paterno-penn-state/ Which is horrible and I decided to see what Twitter thought. (I know....). That lead me me to this guy on Twitter who is a nationally syndicated radio host and was bashing that article: https://mobile.twitter.com/Zigmanfreud Which he tweeted this website over and over: http://framingpaterno.com That says Jerry. Sandusky. Is. Innocent. What. The. :censored:.
  13. I think San Antonio still needs a good amount of money. The county and city owns the stadium so they are the ones putting up the cash for renovations to the stadium. When the Scorpions proposed it in 2014 it would cost upwards of $45 million. Even at that price (it'll be higher most likely) that's not a slam dunk the city/county will do it. Maybe I'm wrong but I think they need more than just the MLS thumbs up. They are certainly much closer than Austin however.
  14. I have 2 really bad ones. I thought Ryan Leif would be the better NFL QB over Peyton Manning. I thought Ron Zook was an amazing hire at Illinois. The first one was all time dumb and doesn't need elaboration. The 2nd one had some bright spots, but even those weren't really that great. Brought in some fantastic players, but couldn't coach his way out of a paper bag. The bright spots like 2008 Rose Bowl weren't really that great because they backdoored their way in with a 9-3 record since Ohio State was in the National Championship and the Rose Bowl was still clinging to the Big Ten-Pac10 thing. Now I'm super amped for a coach at Illinois that I wanted fired from the Bears for his last 3 years or so. Sports are weird.
  15. Count me impressed with Cincinnati. They made some pretty major missteps early on but they seem to have corrected them through the sheer will of some of their supporters groups. We'll see how it lasts. I'm hopeful for them but I've heard more than a few people call Cincinnati an "event town" where people turn up for events like opening day but not for the long haul. I don't live there so I don't really know how true that is so we'll see! They have another home game against a rival this week! Indy got 9k for a game 2 degrees above freezing. Probably 7k actual so not bad. I'm thinking it'll be closer to 10k this week against the Cosmos.