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Southern Miss fan here....
First post on this board, and have a question. Been a long time Southern Miss fan, but apparently missed out on the hate fest between Tech and USM. From a Tech perspective, where did it all begin?
03-20-2006 06:25 PM
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Louisiana Tech fans congregate at
09-19-2006 03:01 PM
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RE: Southern Miss fan here....
The hatefest between USM and LaTech was borne out of USM hiring that scum AD from Northeast La or NLU or ULM or whatever their name is this year. The USM AD successfully fought LaTech's bid to enter CUSA when SMU, RICE, and TULSA announced they were moving to CUSA from WAC. The WAC is certainly the better football conference but we are on an island with long travel to every away game.
11-24-2008 10:13 AM
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