Moratorium on Team and Coach Bashing

GTCrew4b

All moratoria must be earned
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We can institute this moratorium when the team lifts their moratorium on being 2 games over .500
 
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I think the real risk of message board negativity is that it spills over to real world or more direct negativity, and you end up with fans booing the team or heckling the players. At some schools you get sorry fans sending death threats to players.
 

Akinji07

Inventor of Thursdays
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I think the real risk of message board negativity is that it spills over to real world or more direct negativity, and you end up with fans booing the team or heckling the players. At some schools you get sorry fans sending death threats to players.
I never sent death threats to Taquon Marshall.
 

The Champ

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I think the real risk of message board negativity is that it spills over to real world or more direct negativity, and you end up with fans booing the team or heckling the players. At some schools you get sorry fans sending death threats to players.
Fans don’t boo because a message board taught them to. Fans boo when you lose to Citadel and Northern Illinois at home. Fans boo when you lose at home to Clemson 73-7 and the coaches and players are dancing on the sideline. Fans boo when you lose at home to Georgia by the largest margin in COFH history. Fans boo when the coach doesn’t understand the rules of the game, or how to manage a clock in the last two minutes of a half. Fans boo when the coach is oblivious to anything listed above, and constantly spills a bunch of hot vomit about being an Elite program while acknowledging he doesn’t care what the fans think. That’s why fans boo.
 
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