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1janiedough

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You need to do more research before you make such a bold erroneous statement.



Yet you offer no insight of your own.
3leftturns

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They don't have padding on the wall or a track.... Seems Kurosawa's surmise would be logical
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So Arizona, Texas A&M, Auburn, Oregon and Tennessee lost at least one game since the committee made their top 10 picks, right?? Think the committee based its picks based on games played up to last weekend.
G8terfan23

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games played through April 20th
rudymartinez

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All teams shall be ranked by their padded fences and warning tracks.
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You mean the committee saw A&M give up 11 runs at home to LA and they still picked them third?? Wow. Not trying to disrespect TAMU as they have had a great season, but prior to releasing the rankings the committee would have seen that they lost their last two games (Arkansas and LA). Just surprised.
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I don't know how it's determined TBH. I just checked the NCAA website
3leftturns

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All teams shall be ranked by their padded fences and warning tracks.
Padded fences to protect the players, padded rooms to protect the rest of you mudbugs
rudymartinez

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Not affiliated with the Cajuns if that is what you meant by mudbug. Just find it humorous that a field with no padded walls or warning track is of such great advantage. But keeping with your personal slights, MAY I remind you that Tampons are also padded. So buy a box douche bag and your team will have the edge.
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It's of little advantage. Just dangerous. And if I had an elite program, I wouldn't go there until they join the 21st century.
3leftturns

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Not a head-sucker? Not a noodler? Apologies
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It's of little advantage. Just dangerous. And if I had an elite program, I wouldn't go there until they join the 21st century.


I'll tell you this: had that Amanda Ivy play been in Cajun Park, no way she gives up her body to make that catch when the wall is wooden. It's too dangerous.
3leftturns

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That, or an ambulance or helicopter goes onto that field
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Originally Posted by 1janiedough



Yet you offer no insight of your own.


Any insight would be treated like an excuse or defense, so no such insight is necessary. As I said, do research to see how erroneous that statement is.

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1janiedough

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All teams shall be ranked by their padded fences and warning tracks.


lmao.
rudymartinez

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UGA, agree with you 100%. That play would never have been made on a wooden fence, much less attempted. It just reminds me of the excuse of the pro golfer who complains about not making the cut because the rough was too high. The blade cuts both ways.
3leftturns

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THAT kid would have gone after that ball.... and been medivac'ed off

Now, people are minimizing her toughness as a ball player to defend that dump
bluedog

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What's funny is how Lefty is trolling for UL fans to talk to him.........

Looks like they've caught on to your act, Lefty..........[wink]
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Lefty - why must you use that player in order to justify your Cajun paranoia. You may be dumb enough to run in front of a city bus. No one questions her toughness. Smart people are well aware of their surroundings and the perils associated thereof. Only dogs and perhaps you would jump off a cliff to catch a bone.
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Do you understand the point of a warning track? Or of a padded fence?

Y'all act like this is some MASSIVE expense. Both would be awesome, but one is acceptable.

And.... Cajun paranoia?

Nothing like 3 pounds of crawfish
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Careful wading in that swamp. You kick a rock you gonna rile up some critters.
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My dog loves playing catch in the backyard. She'll jump obscenely high at times(she's a rat terrier), and chase down the ball without hesitation, most times. but any ball too close to the wooden fence, she stops short and lets it bounce. She's smart enough to know to steer clear of that fence that can hurt her. How a program of that caliber can still have such inferior facilities that completely disregard safety, well it is beyond me. Maybe they think that's part of home field advantage? I'm not a ULL hater, but anyone defending that outfield is just pledging blind allegiance. Maybe trump can build you a new wall.
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Rudy said...........
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Lefty - why must you use that player in order to justify your Cajun paranoia.


Because that's how his mind thinks..........

Well, that and he likes to troll UL fans...........

UL players don't concern themselves with a fence.........They just hit the ball over the fence from what I'm seeing...........[smile]
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Lefty should we start a Go Fund Me for the necessary upgrades for Mudbug Park and all inferior softball fields ? Been around this game for a long time and have seen some pastures cows wouldn't roam, yet we put our kids- children Lefty - out there. I ABSOLUTELY believe in doing everything reasonable to protect the players, but sh*t happens. Safety belts, brake lights, turn signals and yet 10's of 1000's die in car wrecks yearly. Other than a moat, there will be occasional collisions with fences. Your dislike for all things Cajun is starting to consume you. Did a gator get your granny, Polk Salad Annie?

F-niner, did you not post that your dog was smart enough to not run into your fence to catch a ball? Maybe she could be Lefty's outfield coach.
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I ABSOLUTELY believe in doing everything reasonable to protect the players

This isn't true. As evidenced by every syllable surrounding it.

Since EVERY school in P5 has a track and/or a padded fence, what they are doing is decidedly not reasonable.

Why is there no field in major league baseball without a warning track?
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You're boring me - I'm boring you - we're boring everyone else. Say goodnight Gracie.
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