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Re: Marty

Postby twballgame9 on Mon May 18, 2020 12:17 pm

I will let you stick to arguing with your strawmen.

Didn't expect him to stay, think he is great but not the absolute possible best, surprised he left for UCLA because athletics there is a complete disaster. Expected him to stay a couple of more years and parlay it into a big time job. I think this move has the distinct potential to slow that resume growth.

Now carry on arguing with something no one is saying.
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Re: Marty

Postby HJS on Mon May 18, 2020 12:23 pm

twballgame9 wrote:I will let you stick to arguing with your strawmen.

Didn't expect him to stay, think he is great but not the absolute possible best, surprised he left for UCLA because athletics there is a complete disaster. Expected him to stay a couple of more years and parlay it into a big time job. I think this move has the distinct potential to slow that resume growth.

Now carry on arguing with something no one is saying.

The only strawmen being employed is by the person alleging it.
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Re: Marty

Postby twballgame9 on Mon May 18, 2020 1:30 pm

HJS wrote:
twballgame9 wrote:I will let you stick to arguing with your strawmen.

Didn't expect him to stay, think he is great but not the absolute possible best, surprised he left for UCLA because athletics there is a complete disaster. Expected him to stay a couple of more years and parlay it into a big time job. I think this move has the distinct potential to slow that resume growth.

Now carry on arguing with something no one is saying.

The only strawmen being employed is by the person alleging it.


Nope. You just want someone to say BC should hire someone that will stay a while instead of an up and comer that will leave so that you can argue with them. (As a side note, you also to attribute some Jersey Strong provincialism to Boston-based posters so that you can use Marty's departure as ipso facto proof that LA is better than Boston). Since no one on this website thinks that, and you need someone to argue with, you decided to say it yourself, attribute it to me, and then argue with yourself. Congrats, you figured out how not to be wrong.
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Re: Marty

Postby HJS on Mon May 18, 2020 1:51 pm

No
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Re: Marty

Postby twballgame9 on Mon May 18, 2020 2:00 pm

HJS wrote:No


ok
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Re: Marty

Postby Logitano on Mon May 18, 2020 2:33 pm

twballgame9 wrote:
HJS wrote:No


ok


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Re: Marty

Postby b0mberMan on Mon May 18, 2020 7:50 pm

The sexual tension is so thick and gross and sweaty and smells a little bit like pepperoni and I assume thats HJS and his jersey trash diet.

Anyhow, bone you two already.
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Re: Marty

Postby Eaglekeeper on Mon May 18, 2020 9:14 pm

Got onboard a west bound 747 didn’t think before deciding what to do, all that talk of opportunity, tv deals and movies rang true it sure rang true!

LA is great to visit, but living there is another thing.

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Re: Marty

Postby StratEagle on Tue May 19, 2020 12:46 am

Eaglekeeper wrote:LA is great to visit, but living there is another thing.

Think quite the opposite is true to be honest. Visitors will go to dirty places like Hollywood Blvd. and Santa Monica Pier and get the wrong impression. It's a great city, you just need to know how to navigate the bullshit, unlike a traditional western city where many of the good things to do are centrally located and convenient for tourists.
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Re: Marty

Postby TontoKowalski on Tue May 19, 2020 9:06 am

Eaglekeeper wrote:Got onboard a west bound 747 didn’t think before deciding what to do, all that talk of opportunity, tv deals and movies rang true it sure rang true!

LA is great to visit, but living there is another thing.

Go Eagles!


This is some serious country stupid. Marty left BC better than he found it, and demonstrated to both BC and future candidates that an ambitious, energetic candidate with great personal awareness can succeed and lever the job into greater things.

Approaching the next hire from a place of turtling up into standard butthurt Bostonian provincialism is the worst thing the school could do at this point. There's nothing worse than a province that thinks its not in the provinces.
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Re: Marty

Postby MF73-Eleazar on Tue May 19, 2020 11:24 am

TontoKowalski wrote:Marty left BC better than he found it, and demonstrated to both BC and future candidates that an ambitious, energetic candidate with great personal awareness can succeed.


this is what I'll remember about Jarmond's stay here.
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Re: Marty

Postby twballgame9 on Tue May 19, 2020 12:20 pm

Nothing more provincial than people from mid Atlantic states talking about Boston provincialism.
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Re: Marty

Postby TontoKowalski on Tue May 19, 2020 1:00 pm

twballgame9 wrote:Nothing more provincial than people from mid Atlantic states talking about Boston provincialism.


Please ... I'm from much deeper in the provinces than this place. Anyway, Baltimore is unapologetic and perhaps even proud of its inward-lookingness and historic role as an backwater that is incomprehensible to outsiders. No one ever said of Baltimore that its the hub from which the spokes emerge, and more importantly, no one's ever believed it; someone famous did say the city's a beautiful woman in a dirty dress, and everyone believes it.

Boston is fine for what it is and doesn't need to be anything else - a lot of Bostonians don't see that for some reason, and insist it must be more.
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Re: Marty

Postby Corporal Funishment on Tue May 19, 2020 1:25 pm

TontoKowalski wrote:
twballgame9 wrote:Nothing more provincial than people from mid Atlantic states talking about Boston provincialism.


Please ... I'm from much deeper in the provinces than this place. Anyway, Baltimore is unapologetic and perhaps even proud of its inward-lookingness and historic role as an backwater that is incomprehensible to outsiders. No one ever said of Baltimore that its the hub from which the spokes emerge, and more importantly, no one's ever believed it; someone famous did say the city's a beautiful woman in a dirty dress, and everyone believes it.

Boston is fine for what it is and doesn't need to be anything else - a lot of Bostonians don't see that for some reason, and insist it must be more.


I visited Baltimore a couple of years ago and my host showed the pier region (I don't remember the name) and told me, quite proudly and with no hint of irony, that the area had really improved and there was a good 4 or 5 block area where you could now walk safely
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Re: Marty

Postby StratEagle on Tue May 19, 2020 1:46 pm

Not to say there's even a chance he isn't going, but why is Marty still re-tweeting BC content? When is the formal announcement?
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Re: Marty

Postby Tom Dooder on Tue May 19, 2020 2:08 pm

StratEagle wrote:Not to say there's even a chance he isn't going, but why is Marty still re-tweeting BC content? When is the formal announcement?



Extremely odd.
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Re: Marty

Postby twballgame9 on Tue May 19, 2020 2:13 pm

TontoKowalski wrote:
twballgame9 wrote:Nothing more provincial than people from mid Atlantic states talking about Boston provincialism.


Please ... I'm from much deeper in the provinces than this place. Anyway, Baltimore is unapologetic and perhaps even proud of its inward-lookingness and historic role as an backwater that is incomprehensible to outsiders. No one ever said of Baltimore that its the hub from which the spokes emerge, and more importantly, no one's ever believed it; someone famous did say the city's a beautiful woman in a dirty dress, and everyone believes it.

Boston is fine for what it is and doesn't need to be anything else - a lot of Bostonians don't see that for some reason, and insist it must be more.


I don't reallly care much if Boston is or isn't something to the rest of the world. I'm a transplant, and it works for me. LA traffic still sucks. I don't have anything bad to say about Baltimore, Camden Yards is nice and BWI is more convenient than Reagan.
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Re: Marty

Postby BC923 on Tue May 19, 2020 2:47 pm

Tom Dooder wrote:
StratEagle wrote:Not to say there's even a chance he isn't going, but why is Marty still re-tweeting BC content? When is the formal announcement?



Extremely odd.

UCLA (and all the UCs?) have a hiring and salary freeze. There might be some time before they can really make this official depending on how the athletic department is structured over there.
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Re: Marty

Postby eepstein0 on Tue May 19, 2020 5:18 pm

BC923 wrote:
Tom Dooder wrote:
StratEagle wrote:Not to say there's even a chance he isn't going, but why is Marty still re-tweeting BC content? When is the formal announcement?



Extremely odd.

UCLA (and all the UCs?) have a hiring and salary freeze. There might be some time before they can really make this official depending on how the athletic department is structured over there.


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Re: Marty

Postby eepstein0 on Tue May 19, 2020 5:19 pm

MF73-Eleazar wrote:
TontoKowalski wrote:Marty left BC better than he found it, and demonstrated to both BC and future candidates that an ambitious, energetic candidate with great personal awareness can succeed.


this is what I'll remember about Jarmond's stay here.


I'm here.

And Baltimore sucks
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Re: Marty

Postby DomingoOrtiz on Tue May 19, 2020 5:23 pm

Who is Dan Rubin?:

I remember now how intimidated I was when I met
@MartinJarmond
for the first time. Three years later, I’ll never forget how happy it made me to see him at a scrimmage or game.
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Re: Marty

Postby hansen on Tue May 19, 2020 6:07 pm

DomingoOrtiz wrote:Who is Dan Rubin?:

I remember now how intimidated I was when I met
@MartinJarmond
for the first time. Three years later, I’ll never forget how happy it made me to see him at a scrimmage or game.


Sounds like Martin Juicebar''s man on the down low.

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Re: Marty

Postby claver2010 on Tue May 19, 2020 6:23 pm

DomingoOrtiz wrote:Who is Dan Rubin?:

I remember now how intimidated I was when I met
@MartinJarmond
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Re: Marty

Postby Manny on Tue May 19, 2020 6:47 pm

hansen wrote:
DomingoOrtiz wrote:Who is Dan Rubin?:

I remember now how intimidated I was when I met
@MartinJarmond
for the first time. Three years later, I’ll never forget how happy it made me to see him at a scrimmage or game.


Sounds like Martin Juicebar''s man on the down low.

BC staff writer


Get the fuck out of here with this bullshit, and any other bullshit you'd file in the same folder. Argue if you want over the relative stability of the athletic departments; debate if you must the relative merits of living in Boston vs. LA. But Jarmond was never long for BC. Anyone who expected otherwise is an idiot. He came into a shit situation, made it better, and represented alma mater with energy and integrity. That he left for a professional opportunity he determined to be better is not a character flaw, or even the beginnings of a reason to speak ill of him.
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Re: Marty

Postby DomingoOrtiz on Tue May 19, 2020 6:55 pm

hansen wrote:
DomingoOrtiz wrote:Who is Dan Rubin?:

I remember now how intimidated I was when I met
@MartinJarmond
for the first time. Three years later, I’ll never forget how happy it made me to see him at a scrimmage or game.


BC staff writer


What BC staff?
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Re: Marty

Postby hansen on Tue May 19, 2020 7:11 pm

Manny wrote:
hansen wrote:
DomingoOrtiz wrote:Who is Dan Rubin?:

I remember now how intimidated I was when I met
@MartinJarmond
for the first time. Three years later, I’ll never forget how happy it made me to see him at a scrimmage or game.


Sounds like Martin Juicebar''s man on the down low.

BC staff writer


Get the fuck out of here with this bullshit, and any other bullshit you'd file in the same folder. Argue if you want over the relative stability of the athletic departments; debate if you must the relative merits of living in Boston vs. LA. But Jarmond was never long for BC. Anyone who expected otherwise is an idiot. He came into a shit situation, made it better, and represented alma mater with energy and integrity. That he left for a professional opportunity he determined to be better is not a character flaw, or even the beginnings of a reason to speak ill of him.


Just think his tenure was highly overrated. raised a lot of money and landed Hafley (his biggest accomplishment as it stands now). that's pretty much it. like I said on BC twitter, I give him a B- (unless the rumors about him firing Alison Foley are true... in that case, he gets a C+).

p.s. members of the football team claim that he did not want to fire Daz either but the BOT forced his hand after some former players threatened to them they would stop donating immediately. so before we deify Juicebar, I think we need to stop and consider maybe he wasn't the savior people are making him out to be.
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Re: Marty

Postby RegalBCeagle on Tue May 19, 2020 8:17 pm

hansen wrote:
Manny wrote:
hansen wrote:
DomingoOrtiz wrote:Who is Dan Rubin?:

I remember now how intimidated I was when I met
@MartinJarmond
for the first time. Three years later, I’ll never forget how happy it made me to see him at a scrimmage or game.


Sounds like Martin Juicebar''s man on the down low.

BC staff writer


Get the fuck out of here with this bullshit, and any other bullshit you'd file in the same folder. Argue if you want over the relative stability of the athletic departments; debate if you must the relative merits of living in Boston vs. LA. But Jarmond was never long for BC. Anyone who expected otherwise is an idiot. He came into a shit situation, made it better, and represented alma mater with energy and integrity. That he left for a professional opportunity he determined to be better is not a character flaw, or even the beginnings of a reason to speak ill of him.


Just think his tenure was highly overrated. raised a lot of money and landed Hafley (his biggest accomplishment as it stands now). that's pretty much it. like I said on BC twitter, I give him a B- (unless the rumors about him firing Alison Foley are true... in that case, he gets a C+).

p.s. members of the football team claim that he did not want to fire Daz either but the BOT forced his hand after some former players threatened to them they would stop donating immediately. so before we deify Juicebar, I think we need to stop and consider maybe he wasn't the savior people are making him out to be.


Who the fuck is Alison Foley? Nag track and field or something along those lines? Funny that that's where you're drawing a line.
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Re: Marty

Postby Dick Rosenthal on Tue May 19, 2020 8:24 pm

I have lived in LA and Boston at different time. In fairness, Boston is a much different city then it was when I went to school at BC. In the early 90s it was a provincial backwater dump teetering precariously on the precipice of going full Baltimore—except more from the Belfast side of dystopia rather than the Mogadishu side of dystopia and without any of Baltimore’s charms. In short, it sucked ass for anything other than going to school. Since then, the city figured out how to leverage some of its few remaining advantages and has improved itself substantially—both economically and culturally—and the population far more transient then it used to be, which is to the good as you no longer feel overwhelmed by the breying of hordes of downy-looking, donkey-faced, shanty Irish swine.

LA would be very nice if it were 5 or 6 separate cities and no one had to travel between them by automobile. It also happens to be a company town for the most despicable of all industries. It edges Boston from a cultural standpoint, but no amount of good weather and cultural considerations makes up for it taking an hour and 15 minutes to get from the office downtown to fucking Santa Monica at Midnight. You are better off living in San Diego. Also, fuck San Francisco while we are at it. Accordingly, Boston edges LA, but in all honesty, I’d take a day drinking my way from Federal Hill through Inner Harbor through Little Italy and Fells Point and ending in Canton over both places. Sure, there is a good chance of dying 12 hours into a jag that ends in Canton or at the very least ending up drinking bootleg vodka in the basement of the Polish Home Club or worse, being shanghaied into going to Dundalk to drink in some horrible Billytown bar where the bar doesn’t close for the night until there is a stabbing, but there is something noble in the endeavor and more authentic than LA or the new and improved Boston.
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Re: Marty

Postby hansen on Tue May 19, 2020 8:25 pm

RegalBCeagle wrote:
hansen wrote:
Manny wrote:
hansen wrote:
DomingoOrtiz wrote:Who is Dan Rubin?:

I remember now how intimidated I was when I met
@MartinJarmond
for the first time. Three years later, I’ll never forget how happy it made me to see him at a scrimmage or game.


Sounds like Martin Juicebar''s man on the down low.

BC staff writer


Get the fuck out of here with this bullshit, and any other bullshit you'd file in the same folder. Argue if you want over the relative stability of the athletic departments; debate if you must the relative merits of living in Boston vs. LA. But Jarmond was never long for BC. Anyone who expected otherwise is an idiot. He came into a shit situation, made it better, and represented alma mater with energy and integrity. That he left for a professional opportunity he determined to be better is not a character flaw, or even the beginnings of a reason to speak ill of him.


Just think his tenure was highly overrated. raised a lot of money and landed Hafley (his biggest accomplishment as it stands now). that's pretty much it. like I said on BC twitter, I give him a B- (unless the rumors about him firing Alison Foley are true... in that case, he gets a C+).

p.s. members of the football team claim that he did not want to fire Daz either but the BOT forced his hand after some former players threatened to them they would stop donating immediately. so before we deify Juicebar, I think we need to stop and consider maybe he wasn't the savior people are making him out to be.


Who the fuck is Alison Foley? Nag track and field or something along those lines? Funny that that's where you're drawing a line.


Nag soccer, 14/22 NCAA appearances, one NCAA final appearance, winning record all time... she built the program from practically nothing. With the exception of men’s hockey, most of BC’s teams can only dream of such results. She was fired and JC still has a job.
Juicebar was average at best except when it came to raising money.
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Re: Marty

Postby Eaglekeeper on Tue May 19, 2020 8:26 pm

MJ was very good at picking coaches. After watching multiple AD’s fuck up hires, I’m thankful for the job he did. I’m not sold on UCLA being a better job because exactly what are their expectations? MJ could have been the AD at BC for 30 years. Obviously, he and his family did not want to be here as he was applying for jobs two years ago. MJ told me at the Beanpot that he was begging for funding to hire a nutritionist coach. He was definitely frustrated at the lack of financial support for athletics. Hopefully, Leahy gets out soon and we get a pro athletics President like Marty Meehan.

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