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  1. Someone once me told that was the “American” way. 🇺🇸 🤷🏾‍♂️
  2. No, I just don’t AGREE with YOUR point. As you don’t agree with mine. Which is fine.
  3. A fact of business is that you’re measured against your competition. They became legitimate competitors and won; we didn’t. Even with our best team in recent memory. I can’t get but hurt (long-term) over that. I can only support and hope that we do beat them. The best measuring stick of that would be to continue to compete with them. I hate where we are at the moment but I don’t take issue with the rivalry as sorely as many do. As you all can see, this topic elicits the emotion that feeds legitimate rivalries. Which I believe proves the merit in my opinion.
  4. It’s still OUR rivalry. And it’s organic “hate” between the bases. Some may not like it, but it’s still the reality.
  5. Exactly. For better or worse (as much as we hate it), it’s near a match made in heaven/hell. I’m confused by the pushback against acknowledging that. I’ll caution the old saying: “You never know what you have until it’s gone”.
  6. Gonna have to agree here. I am a “supporter”(?) of the rivalry, but this is getting sadder and sadder with each “initiative”. Pass.
  7. Just as any rivalry, a set of circumstances and conflicting personalities, have added to the lore of said “rivalry” and in turn, adds value to competition in sport. This “rivalry” is no different than any other. There’s real “beef” in between fanbases at times. There’s even political backstabbing involved! It’s makes sense to continue to compete in sports against the school in Oviedo. Better than not, in my opinion.
  8. I’m actually rooting for them. I’m kinda a Taggart fan (don’t tell anyone) and from South Florida. Doesn’t mean that I want a “rivalry” just for the hell of it. At least there’s meaning in this thing of ours with the school in Oviedo. And that’s my main point: There’s actual meaning in this rivalry. It’s worth it; despite the pain.
  9. Can it not be said that a culture was developing under CCS that produced then losing? Multiple players (most notably that one o-line guy) came out speaking about the things Strong’s crew was doing that turned away from what was built under Taggart, and I’m not only talking about schemes here. There’s a word game being played that isn’t acknowledging that words still have meaning (no matter how much my generation keeps trying to create new definitions for words 🙄).
  10. Still worth it to project potential success ahead. If there was more transparency on what else was being projected on its back (potential success begetting funding; then begetting buildings) I think we, the passionate, could sit with this current condition better..or not.
  11. I may be wrong, but wasn’t this schedule put together when we were transitioning from the QF era? I recall Kelly going on a run of contracting games when we were still “winning” under Strong…
  12. Sam has been lights out lately as an ambassador for our alma mater. Loving how vocal he has been over the last year. More former players are doing that and it’s showing improvement in Athletics (incrementally, of course). A lot of “come to Jesus” vibes lately.
  13. I hope so. Gonna need a solid start from everyone though. THAT is the next step in getting that “complete” game we’re hoping for.
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