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  1. Let's talk basketball!
    9 points
  2. wgstl

    2021-2022 Season

    I got vaccinated so I didn’t have to care who was vaccinated around me.
    7 points
  3. dlarry

    2021-2022 Season

    To be fair it’s not just the board that has proven this. Society as whole has proven it can’t handle any discussion regarding Covid. People need to realize that they aren’t going to change any ones opinion (especially on a message board) so there is really no reason to argue about it.
    6 points
  4. Whoa, just logged in here like Honestly whatever side you are on about the vaccine, I think this is by far the most controversial statement in the thread
    5 points
  5. Have this really strange feeling SLU is going to finish top 2 in the league and be on solid ground for an at-large after a good non-conference. There’s so much uncertainty this year, but feel like this is going to be Travis’ best group yet, by a long shot.
    4 points
  6. https://fredthatchmerch.com/ Fred's website has launched
    3 points
  7. Who cayuhs how successful it is? The point of NIL is not to guarantee monetary compensation but give SA’s the opportunity to do so.
    3 points
  8. I don't intend to get into a pissing match with you, but FYI, the vaccine is not experimental. mRNA technology has been studied for decades, and it is safer than other types of vaccines.
    3 points
  9. 3star_recruit

    2021-2022 Season

    I've been impressed by the respectful tone of this exchange. It's a far cry from the no-holds barred street fight of months ago. Turns out you can teach an old MBM new tricks.
    2 points
  10. 2 points
  11. HoosierPal

    2021-2022 Season

    There are probably enough needles lying around on Compton and Locust to get this done.
    2 points
  12. billiken_roy

    2021-2022 Season

    "Caring for" means thinking for and deciding for? Personally I don't want anybody thinking and deciding for me. That's not even what made America great.
    2 points
  13. My input RE: Billiken basketball is this - Regardless of how many of y'all come or don't come to Chaifetz, these boys are gonna be real good. The preseason rankings shock me and lead me to believe the only thing anyone focused on is the departure of Has and Goodwin. I truly believe we will be better than either of the last two seasons and I sure hope I'm not proven wrong.
    2 points
  14. -just think, on Tuesday we get to hear Gus refer to Jordan Nesbit as Jordan Goodwin -and possibly Andre Lorentsson as Hasahn French
    2 points
  15. I'm disappointed to see people not caring for others throughout this thread. Maybe I am naïve for buying into the Jesuit missions of "Men and Women for Others" and "Magis." I'm not usually a "STICK TO SPORTS" guy but maybe we should stick to sports...
    2 points
  16. slufan13

    2021-2022 Season

    My otherwise completely healthy son, who was 9 months old at the time, spent time getting oxygen in a locked down floor at Children's Hospital this August because he had covid. So I am pretty firmly in the camp that kids can get pretty sick from this. I've had a few people say "well he's fine now" but that doesn't really change how we felt for that week in August and how we don't want to relive that ever again. That all said, I realize my family was the strong exception to the rule. I don't expect SLU (or anywhere) to put precautions into place to cover 100% of the possible scenarios and eliminate all risk. We may not go to as many games as planned this year but that's an "us" decision. It sucks for us but after 20 months of this virus and almost 12 months of a vaccine, I am ready to be at a point where people make their own decisions and don't have decisions made for them.
    2 points
  17. SShoe

    2021-2022 Season

    I don't think we should demand the same of a 5 or 7 year old as an adult, but that's just me. I also don't think vaccines are health safety theater. The health checks, spray-downs, and half-mask wearing are, but vaccines are clearly not.
    2 points
  18. We are the one of the few countries in the world masking kids. We didn't mask them for flu season despite the flu being much more deadly to them. My kids are vaccinated and they are highschool and older. if I had a 5 year old i'm not sure i'd get in line to get him vaccinated because there is almost zero risk of him getting sick. \ Given that the vaccines are not great at stopping transmission I just don't know what my families vaccination status has to do with anyone but my family. Go to see the Bills and live your life......or not. It's got nothing to do with me and mine.....
    2 points
  19. This entire conversation ignores the many fans who can't yet get vaccines (kids). I'd personally like to bring my three kids who are all currently ineligible for the vaccine without having to worry about them catching it. They'd probably be fine, but 10-day quarantines are no picnic. Good policy should reward good and responsible behavior. If you don't want to get the vaccine or a negative test, fine. Just know you could miss out on some fun stuff like a Billiken ass-kicking of Auburn. The entire idea that we shouldn't have rules/laws because people will just break them is also silly.
    2 points
  20. brianstl

    2021-2022 Season

    I don't think SLU's policy for games has anything to with how effective the vaccine is for people. SLU just isn't bothering doing worthless health safety theater. No one is safer at a Blues game than they will be at a Billiken because the Blues have a policy that is impossible for them to accurately enforce. The most important thing to everyone's safety when it comes to COVID at Chaifetz and Enterprise Center is the type of air filtration in use and how fast the air inside the building is being replaced with outside air. Not one person complaining about SLU's policy has bothered to ask about this far more importation issue. If you are worried about a high risk person getting COVID at a game, this should be your number one concern.
    2 points
  21. -Let's Go Bills
    2 points
  22. billiken_roy

    2021-2022 Season

    well this thread went south pretty quickly. shut it down
    2 points
  23. We got to talk with Drew Diener yesterday. It’s a shorter interview more focused on his upcoming return to St Louis with an absolutely absurd Chris Sloan story thrown in for good measure.
    2 points
  24. brianstl

    2021-2022 Season

    I don’t think I have heard of one sporting event turning into a superspreader event regardless of how strict or not the COVID policies were.
    2 points
  25. bauman

    2021-2022 Season

    I can't believe that SLU will not require some vaccination, or negative w/in 72 hrs test result, to allow people to attend games. The Blues can do it with twice the attendance. If that winds up as the final policy I will not be attending any games. They can sell my seat to an anti-vaxer from north St Louis city or county or Franklin County. That policy has to change.
    2 points
  26. Sure it will be the “the tourney to watch” but it won’t be as successful as the tourney is now. You will keep the college basketball fans but you will lose the groups who like sports but not necessary college basketball. office pools will still be available but they will have half the participants.
    2 points
  27. I believe Butler was in the A10 for ONE year. But long enough to get beat 3 times by the Bills.
    2 points
  28. The backlash on this would be similar to when the top Euro soccer owners tried to create their own Champions League. Can’t see it. The casual fans tune into the NCAA tournament to see the Cinderella’s.
    2 points
  29. seanwest

    Recruiting - 2023

    Anybody in the St. Louis will want to check out Vashon this tear. They have 4 juniors (2023) who I believe have a chance or will be Division 1 players. 6'6 Kennard Davis, 6'7 Jordan Logan, 6'5 Cam Stovall, 6'4 Jayden Nicholson. Logan is somewhat of an unknown but will breakout in his first year of varsity basketball. He's a great rebounder, expanding skillset as a 4 man, and has good athletic traits. Younger brother of Davion Bradford.
    1 point
  30. So, I am not a fan of Roll Bills. There is no need to copy Alabama here. So, let’s starting talking about alternatives. Here is mine: #DollaDolla-Bills
    1 point
  31. I was referring to OU football
    1 point
  32. Brighton

    2021-2022 Season

    Browsing the Big East forums, I'd rather SLU not be in the conference now. Bunch of snobs.
    1 point
  33. A10Ref

    2021-2022 Season

    I hope Nesbitt is rookie of the year and also on some a-10 lists but I really believe TJ is gonna bring it in all facets of the game
    1 point
  34. slufan13

    2021-2022 Season

    "Knife to a gunfight" should be quoted and attributed to the person who first used that phrase. We all know @billikenfan05 has a huge problem with plagiarizing courtside's 15 paragraph soccer recaps by using generic soccer terminology but we don't need everyone doing it.
    1 point
  35. All of SLU’s Seniors took part in some Senior day photos. The only one not expected back next year is Hatfield, who experienced the full Senior Day ceremonies.
    1 point
  36. brianstl

    2021-2022 Season

    They have a choice when it comes to getting a test. They can spread the disease just like anyone else. I don't think they should have to provide a negative test. That said, if you believe adults should have to do it you should demand the same of kids at the game. This is the stuff I mean when I sat health safety theater. Many people just want things that make them feel safer even if they don't really make a difference. Plus, they only want those things up to the point those things start to inconvenience them. That is not good policy making.
    1 point
  37. My brother in Jacksonville keeps telling me to move to Florida........I would If I could bro......would if I could......
    1 point
  38. A10Ref

    2021-2022 Season

    Nesbitt starts against Memphis and every game after
    1 point
  39. 1 point
  40. Taj79

    2021-2022 Season

    As a former government employee, I can tell you belief in the government doing the right and correct thing is sadly misplaced. To me, it is obvious they don't know. If they did, this would have been over a few months ago. They are doing their job for sure but the reality is they don't know and will continue searching. They won't admit they don't know, ergo conflicting statements ongoing from Fauci and Walensky. Case in point - breakthrough cases. At least the death rate has been slowed.
    1 point
  41. 757billiken

    2021-2022 Season

    And I think our Swede will be a better stretch four than Cody Ellis or Izak Ohananononon.
    1 point
  42. If you feel safe, go to the game. If you don't feel safe, don't go. If your hopes are a zero COVID world, you're delusional. Vaccines work to prevent the vulnerable. They, however, do not stop transmission. You can still get the virus from a vaccinated person. I teach at ODU where the staff and students are required to be vaccinated. I still have students who need to quarantine. Covid will always be around. Trust the science and understand if you're vaccinated, you're good to go. Very few fully vaccinated individuals are dying. If you're vaccinated, don't worry about the unvaccinated. That's on them.
    1 point
  43. HoosierPal

    2021-2022 Season

    That will not be the government's definition of fully vaccinated in the upcoming OSHA ETS.
    1 point
  44. RUBillsFan

    2021-2022 Season

    Honestly man, you are someone who should be most upset about the lack of a vaccine / negative test requirement. As your immunity from the first 2 vaccines wanes, you are going to be at a much higher risk of serious illness / death. You seem to have a legit medical reason to not get the vaccine, but a lot of other bozos don't. Their selfishness / idiocy / fear of needles is putting YOU at risk when you go to a SLU game that doesn't have a vaccine / negative test requirement. Of course, you'd have the small inconvenience of getting tested sometime before a game, but that's pretty easy now with relatively abundant free drive-thru rapid testing available.
    1 point
  45. CBFan

    2021-2022 Season

    I am vaccinated twice and the second shot made me sick for 8 days and my doctor does not want me to take the third yet. I was so sick from the second shot I am more afraid of the third than the virus and I should be able to attend games inside. I completely disagree that SLU is being reckless on their stance and I feel finally that somebody is being reasonable. For those that feel SLU is reckless do you speed in traffic, run red lights, driven intoxicated or have caused a car accident that hurt another person? I am scared of the reckless drivers I have to deal with every day not the unvaccinated. After the pandemic is over I still have to be concerned of reckless drivers.
    1 point
  46. slufan13

    2021-2022 Season

    I don't particularly care but I am honestly surprised considering the vaccine requirement for students and faculty and that covid tanked our season last year (not saying the players are at risk from unvaccinated fans - just that it would be on people's minds). I actually expected the overkill approach of both proof of vaccination and masks
    1 point
  47. 1 point
  48. Brighton

    2021-2022 Season

    Yeah, unless you're TheOne, I'm not going to take anyone else seriously.
    1 point
  49. What section are you in, I may be interested?
    1 point
  50. The worst thing about move away from hard tickets is you lose a thing you could collect.
    1 point
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