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St Louis just opened up
Potentially a great job at the mid-level. New arena, great base. Looks like the carousel is back in motion.

http://www.sportingnews.com/yourturn/vie...p?t=198069
04-17-2007 12:27 PM
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Yes, but can you get Bizzare Food in St. Louis? I dont think Hawk will go unless he can get a fried Blowfish Basket there.

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04-17-2007 12:53 PM
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so that's why he is such a fan of those team trips to europe.
04-17-2007 01:00 PM
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Dear Hawk,

Please come to Vegas for a tourney this fall. We have deep fried twinkies.

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04-17-2007 01:08 PM
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Aside from being a stupid move, it is also dilusional.

This has the smell of Bill Bradshaw at DePaul. Sounds like the AD cant take success, being attributed to of all people, the Head Coach. Fancy that!

Many of the kids would transfer, except they have too much class to mimic the AD.

Unfortuately, someone else will get the props for taking over for someone else, where the new steward had no "sweat equity".

Soderberg will bounce back. A great guy, a good coach and President of the Kevin Stallings look alike club for Men.
04-17-2007 02:46 PM
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Chipdip, For 12 million dollars I think we can have the Chipdip memorial arena with the DesertBronco(for 2 million) court. I figured it had to be memorial because the only way a teacher like us to get that kind of money is for you to insure yourself for a boat load of money and the rest of us will just sit and wait. DB I figure you can just cheat your next contract out of that money on your next job.
04-17-2007 07:54 PM
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12 million in insurance could get pricee. I recently put an additional 200k on myself (level term 10 years) and it was more than I wanted to fork out. Not to mention the damn medical exam they put you through. The premium on 12 million would be about $3000 a month. See, cant even afford the premium on the policy on our salary.

I propose we sell it one brick at a time. You and I buy 4 or 5 bricks, Acer and DB buy a few hundred, and Rhonda Stryker chip in for a few million bricks.
04-17-2007 09:14 PM
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Rhonda Stryker Arena has a nice ring to it.

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04-18-2007 05:29 AM
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