Has The Eyes of Texas issue been put to bed?



Bewildered

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We will see if they are on or off the field during the next game.

If they are "forced" to be there, then take a knee - that will drive the racist fans crazy. :D :D :D

Those orangebloods aren't having it. Da'Quann better throw that index and pinky finger up in their hook-junk and proudly sing that song or somebody gonna' get their $$$$ supply cut off. :D lol

Those folk aren't budging and honestly, I don't blame them. Teach those boys a lesson they will remember forever. In the next life, they'll choose a university that fosters racial tolerance, FAMILY, support, and admiration from ALL alums, friends, and fans.

Digging In Their Heels
 
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Bewildered

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I dont disagree with you what you are saying, but they have the right to fight for change.

They have a right not to willingly sign w/ a racially hostile institution and play "ball" for those folk too, Hornet.

Bama St's school colors are black and gold, right? Are you down w/ a bunch of red necks coming to your campus and fostering their version of "change" vs your tradition where they want to wave a rebel flag (their right) and change the school colors to red, white, and blue? lol
 

Olde Hornet

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Thats not a good analogy.

Upsetting alumni is not always a bad thing, the racist stuff needs to change. I give them credit for fighting, time will tell if they are successful. They have made some progress on campus with other stuff. Fight the good fight is what I say.
 

Polecat561

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Thats not a good analogy.

Upsetting alumni is not always a bad thing, the racist stuff needs to change. I give them credit for fighting, time will tell if they are successful. They have made some progress on campus with other stuff. Fight the good fight is what I say.
Change is hard especially if it's rooted in false teaching, hatred, mental problems, and spiritual problems. The only solution is truth teaching, love, mental therapy, and JESUS!!
 

Bewildered

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Change is hard especially if it's rooted in false teaching, hatred, mental problems, and spiritual problems. The only solution is truth teaching, love, mental therapy, and JESUS!!
Heh-soos does not live in austin, tx brah. Sorry. Not in vidor, white settlement, whitesboro, huffman, et al places in the state either.
 

TSU/BAMA

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They have a right not to willingly sign w/ a racially hostile institution and play "ball" for those folk too, Hornet.

Bama St's school colors are black and gold, right? Are you down w/ a bunch of red necks coming to your campus and fostering their version of "change" vs your tradition where they want to wave a rebel flag (their right) and change the school colors to red, white, and blue? lol

🤣 I don't know if you were being sarcastic or not, but I must say you have a point.
 

Bewildered

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Thats not a good analogy.

Upsetting alumni is not always a bad thing, the racist stuff needs to change. I give them credit for fighting, time will tell if they are successful. They have made some progress on campus with other stuff. Fight the good fight is what I say.

I thought it was a pretty good analogy. Think about it.
 
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