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Dagga Roosta

  • joined Feb 07, 2011
  • last login Aug 29, 2014
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Dagga Roosta was born on a small yam plantation near the eastern tip of Borneo. After suffering from a debilitating case of yamworm at the age of three, he vowed that he would eventually rid the world of all organic lifeforms. It's a work-in-progress.

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A Visit with Sandy

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Come share a thrilling serial blockquote adventure with Rick Perry's education guru.

Remolding the Texas Fanbase

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Quandre Diggs is speaking truth, and Steve Patterson should listen up.

Let's Talk OC II: More Candidate Profiles

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Looking at some of the other most-discussed candidates for the Texas OC position. Now with more caterpillar!

Let's Talk OC: Candidate Profiles

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Time to look at some of the most prominently discussed candidates for the University of Texas Offensive Coordinator position. Info, stats, video and more.

Advanced Stats To Find Best Coach, Part III

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Correcting the record, revisiting our methods, a new project, and more.

Advanced Stats To Find Best Coach, Part II

Examining the coaching crop. Now with extra science!

Using Advanced Statistics To Find the Best Coach

Some of you may recall RedmondLonghorn's fascinating two-part series on Football Study Hall before the season: Apparent Talent, Team Quality and Coaching Effects Apparent Talent, Team Quality &...

Desmond & BYU

So I decided I didn't really know enough about the Desmond Harrison situation and spent most of my Tuesday evening digging through that rabbit hole. The puzzle: if BYU is rescinding Harrison's...

CBB's Cheatingest Coaches, per the coaches: Calipari, Drew

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John Calipari & Scott Drew...the dirtiest coaches in college? That's what 100 coaches say. And it's not close: John Calipari (Kentucky): 36 percent Scott Drew (Baylor): 34 percent Ben Howland (UCLA): 12 percent Jim Calhoun (Connecticut): 7 percent Tom Crean (Indiana): 3 percent Dave Rice (UNLV): 3 percent Rick Barnes may be overrated but IMHO he's better for your program than a two-faced sanctimonious-twit-slash-two-bit-hustler like Drew. Or maybe just losing to Baylor is getting under my skin. Discuss.

Most thoughtless prediction ever?

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I know, I know. It's the offseason, and football columnists have to find ways to fill up their time. But c'mon Jerry Palm, you could at least try. Texas will finish sixth in the Big XII next year? Sixth? Behind a Baylor squad without RGIII, Wright, and Ganaway? Behind an OK St squad without Weeden and Blackmon? When we're returning SIXTEEN starters? When our OC, DC and QB will no longer be in their first year in the program? Just...incredible. Meineke Car Care Bowl, anyone? But hey, I suppose it's never too early for bulletin board material...

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