GencoEd said:St. Ed's does not allow students to graduate early. There has been alot of controversy surrounding the situation since it was announced that Boone would petition to leave early and many alumni are against it. I do believe that Boone may be permitted to do his senior project at OSU, but he will not be permitted to participate in spring practice or the spring game.
Edge86 said:All TIME YAPPI RECORDS FOR A SINGLE THREAD
St.Edward 2003 Thread: Most Pages (104)... 2nd All-Time
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St.Ed 2003: Most Posts (3,148)...2nd All-Time
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St.Ed 2003: Most Posts by one poster for a single thread (Edge86 - 1,008) # 1 All-Time
St.Ed 2004: Most posts by one poster for a single thread
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kamb said:I can see Edge right when the ball drops, he goes on yappi and starts the 2005 thread.
Edge86 said:All-Time Records are pushed currently to this on the last day of 2004 before going into the Yappi Archives as the biggest and best thread beating out the previous champion of 2003.
Most pages (141)
Most Posts (4,226)
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Most posts single thread (1,009) by Edge86. Breaks the old record of 1,008 held by Edgge86 in the St.Edward 2003 thread.
Mark and his brother Dave went to Miami (Ohio). Mark was a two year starter at inside linebacker, making 2nd team All-MAC his junior season, and was named a captain his senior season, 1976. Dave was in the rotation and/or started for three years on the DL, beginning his sophomore season (1976). Mark's first three seasons were coincident with the glory years of Miami's proud tradition, when they went 32-1-1 from ''73 thru ''75, and won three consecutive Tangerine Bowls over SEC teams. They finished consecutively in one of the national polls ranked 15th, 10th and 12th during those seasons. Their only loss was 14-13 to Michigan State in Lansing in '75, and their tie was (I believe) at Indiana. If memory serves, the head coaches in this era overlapped beginning with Bill Mallory ( who went to Indiana) and Crum ( who went to North Carolina). There was a a huge Eds flavor during those years with something like 8 Eagles on the Miami roster at one time, and Denny Marcin was an assistant coach prior to his NFL coaching career. Eds alum would have included starters Mark and Dave Hatgas, Steve Joecken who transitioned into a three-year starter at WR, Dan Williams who became a starter at DE, Bob Lydon who started at LB, Mark Angelo who started at WR, Rick Adkins whose career was shortened due to injury and OL Mazur, who I believe was eventually signed as a free agent by the Raiders. With all of that, I'm sure I'm forgetting a few. Of course Bobby Williams was a starter at LB just prior to the Hatgas years, and had a free agent look from Don Shula.Mark Hatgas (U of Toledo) would be my choice at LB for the last spot.