Discussion in 'Vols Football' started by Tenacious D, Nov 29, 2018.
Sure, but they didn't succumb to the panic. At least it doesn't seem that way.
Facilities are catching up, but they had fallen behind the top of the conference.
Pruitt knew it and took a little less so long as it allocated to the assistant pool.
Whose are better? LSU, Georgia, Bama, A&M all better? Anyone else?
[uck fay] Tenny.
Does LSU really have better facilities than UT? After all their financial issues in recent years?
Exactly what I was thinking. I highly doubt it.
Going to try reverse psychology on the cosmos... Pittman ain't coming
Our practice facilities were behind all of them (I don't know A&M) until the recent upgrade. Our athletic dorms were behind everyone except Vandy before the new ones were built.
The stadium renovations need to be completed.
McClung Tower and the entire Humanities complex can be torn down and sent back to the Brutalist hell they came from.
In its last days, Stokely was one of the dankest, darkest, decrepitest hell holes anywhere.
I remember an AAD telling me that Bama had athletic dorms with 5 private bedrooms off of a central living area and kitchen, wired for internet with big screen TVs, with a state of the art dining hall with made to order steaks and seafood. We had Gibbs. Which one would you rather sell to a kid who is going to live there for the next 3 or 4 years?
The gap has closed a lot with recent projects, but we have been behind.
LSU's campus blows away most everybody.
And yet, it’s still one of my most treasured places on the planet because it’s where I first got to see Tennessee athletics in person, around 1970-71. Neyland (before the north end was closed) is the other place I first learned to love the Big Orange. I still have my mother’s “Mears’ Dears” button and wouldn’t take lifetime season tickets in exchange for it either...
I still loved it
Yeah, when I was at UT 2000-2003, it looked more at home in the Eastern Bloc than as a college campus.
When I lived at Shelbourne and it was nicer than some UT facilities, that's a pretty low bar. They've done a lot to not only make it a nice campus but overall a lot less depressing.
Now that's a place I've not thought of in ages.
It apparently was condemned within about 5 years after I moved out.
The medical fallout of that place will be fun here in about 20 years.
I was at a friend's there one night and I look out the window and realize that this chubby gothy chick is giving some guy a lap dance/strip show directly across the way with the window wide open. We end up standing there laughing for a solid 10-15 minutes at this. The dude had to weigh at least 250 too.
Hellbourne Towers. Lived there for 2 years in the mid 90s. Hall parties every weekend on our floor.
I prefer the "Pittman till it's not." karmic approach.
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