"If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequeces of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of it's powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the state."

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Better put your boots on---it's getting deep!

I thought it was a little peculiar that all the radio shows yesterday and today would be trying so hard to sell how much improvement has been made this year with the basketball team. I thought they would prefer to build up tomorrow nights game with Miss. St. like they did last week for the Kentucky game.

I realized today why they haven't. I was under the impression that tomorrow nights game was for the first round bye in the tournament, but the fact is, it isn't. If Ole Miss wins tomorrow night against Auburn, and Arkansas wins tomorrow night, the Arkansas' game Sat. at Ole Miss will be for second place,  If Ole miss wins the game Sat., they will finish second and receive the bye. It's obvious by their actions this week, the media of this state have no confidence in Pelphrey and the Razorbacks getting the first round bye.

That's why they want to give Pelphrey next year now on the back of the last two wins, and act as if the last three games really don't matter in the scope of the season. Talk about a bunch of people propping up a lame coach.

Their confidence in Pelphrey won't allow them to believe it can be done, but still yet their desperately trying to push him off on us for another year... I've said all along this media base is a bunch of sorry dogs propping Pelphrey up---could it be any clearer than it is now?

It's been said the last two days on three different shows, "Strength of schedule doesn't matter. The hogs have won four more games than they did last year, and that's improvement"..... Talk about a load of crap!  Strength of schedule does matter and they know it----they just don't want to acknowledge it... Why is that?


  1. Get ready for the "all is right in the world" propaganda ministers to roll out the same ole, requisite lines about tonight's loss to Mississippi State: "MSU just played lights out in the second half; therefore, they would have beaten many teams." Or, "There is still much to play for...like Saturday at Oxford." I'm sorry...I just think we deserve better than this. UA does have what it takes to win, and win big: Great facility; tremendous fan support; an impressive educational opportunity at the state's land-grant university to offer to prospective recruits; and yes, a rich tradition of success.

  2. Well Tim it may actually happen. All I hear folks talking about is Mike Anderson. I think going 0-4 against the MS schools may have done him in..

  3. Got to get rid of this pathetic b-ball coach.He will never take us to the promised land.MIKE ANDERSON would fill Bud Walton up immediately. Time to cut losses and head in a winning direction.