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  1. I think it can be said that our coaches have been pretty efficient at the “take their money and run” game; not so sure if that skillset translates well to “take the money and help our run” game though... maybe a feasibility study of some sort will help us get a feel if it’s possible?
  2. Most of it is about context. A lot of current students are unaware that this plan was in place since 2017, and also don’t understand the projected value of an IPF on student-athletics, and (potentially) the greater university in general. My youngest sister (current USF senior) put it into perspective when vocalizing her anger about the building. I explained the aforementioned elements to her (at a bird’s eye level), she started to understand, reluctantly, after explaining that this project is all private donation based; not funded by students or the university directly. These “kids”
  3. Not gonna lie, that was pretty fun. Sending it to a few of my PoliSci friends.
  4. I personally made sure to appropriately “rehydrate” after it to not remember...
  5. Some friends and I have talked about this numerous times. There’s no consistency between the cheerleaders/sun dolls, band and PA crew. The lack of synergy has caused confusion in the stands. Tradition has fallen to the wayside at the games. Students, and many in the crowd for that matter, don’t know the chants, songs or when/what to yell/cheer most of time. Even when we were terrible in ‘13 and ‘14 (I was a student 2013-2017), I recall the student section knew most of the chants and there being more synergy. I can’t put a finger on what has happened since leading to the change but
  6. Cory, (this is Darnell btw) you of all people know the actives are at the games. Most chapters have their “ joint” alumni-active tailgate just as our chapter does for the first game while the sororities do their thing. Then everyone is there in full force for the other games throughout the season. See you Saturday brotha. (RHGN)
  7. Adam was also very engaged with working with the fraternity community and figuring out ways to bring resolve to some of the issues that manage to be contended on an annual basis on TBP. I share in the hope that someone as understanding and engaging as Adam steps up; he was a proven ally in USF Athletics for our community while I was an undergrad.
  8. I’m pretty sure that the “Vice President” title places the role on par with other university Vice Presidents. So... Judy is President. http://www.usf.edu/provost/resources/leadership-and-contacts.aspx
  9. We had a someone to play fullback?! Who would’ve thought...
  10. And here I am thinking that an insatiable appetite for football was a part of the “hyper-masculinity complex of fraternity culture...” Guess I was wrong.
  11. Nothing. Fraternity rush never conflicts with a football game. Potential new members are only instructed to not drink with fraternity members at the games because it could sway them and give the young men the wrong outlook on what the experience is (supposed to be) about. Sorority recruitment, however, is more structured and does pull interested women away because of said structure. Schools with more established football cultures have come up with different solutions to avoid conflicting scheduling but that had to start from the top and required an investment by admin to allow for said so
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