Dawn Stanley as the most powerful person in athletics in the state of South Carolina. They listed Dabo as number two... I cannot grasp my head around it... what the hell were they thinking. I can barely read articles from that paper concerning Clemson. Their bias DRIVES me crazy beyond belief. They will twist stats around to make it sound like South Carolina doesn't get stomped by everyone... they try to make us seem like the little brother which ain't never gonna be true. (You know you like my grammar and spelling) haha... but you know what it always comes around and bites them in the butt...
Yep, just read it. Sapakoff is a big time SEC homer. I will be responding by e-mail to him. You and others should do the same. They have become almost as bad as "The State". Big time bias at this newspaper.
Pure and simple...this is click bait. What is the basis for this ranking? Financial...did WBB turn a profit this year? Authority, then it has to go to an AD or some other executive? This is about generating clicks on a website so some advertiser thinks they are relevant.
is a joke. And to say that a women's basketball coach is more "powerful" than the college football national championship winner is beyond ridiculous. They are the CNN of South Carolina newspaper media.
This just more garbage from the coot propaganda machine. Tell me one thing. How many people tuned nationwide to watch us beat Alabama vs how many people tuned in to see the WBB championship? I rest my case.
That's my opinion of why they did it. Everything in today's society is so PC, that we must watch what we say or post in order to not sound racist, which is complete BS. Dabo earned it and there is nothing racist about that......tweet that! Go Tigers!
I bought a P&C one time back before the turn of the century.
Jun 25, 2017, 8:39 PM
I was on my way to work. Around 9:30 am as usual I got the strange moment of inertia down below the equator. I sat on a mud bucket in the basement of the house I was building. When it was over I tried the paper too see if it was any better use as toilet paper than it was as reading material. It rubbed me the wrong way twice.