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Bash E. Bull
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They've so, so far surpassed Elysium for the asshat crown. I mean, because of how far down the Hooligans have dragged GLB even Elysium is now a respectable organization. Can someone please change their name, because their trash is not representative of Ohio.
 
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Originally posted by Bash E. Bull
They've so, so far surpassed Elysium for the asshat crown. I mean, because of how far down the Hooligans have dragged GLB even Elysium is now a respectable organization. Can someone please change their name, because their trash is not representative of Ohio.


somebody else's trash is?
 
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Im in Ohio and I resemble that remark !!!
 
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Originally posted by zz man
Im in Ohio and I resemble that remark !!!


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Bash E. Bull
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It seems like 20% of GLB players are from Ohio, so literally any of our trash is more representative of the state of Ohio. Even the Browns got good eventually. Seriously though it really negatively effects the overall enjoyment of the leagues when there are teams just purposely losing by 255. I personally will watch just about any game and even when a team loses by 80 points it can still be a fun watch, but 255 is not even possible to watch. It's a game we all pay to play and there are just a few players who are willing to ruin that for others because they are selfish. I don't understand how someone does that. Everyone was talking about whether or not it's 'acceptable' for owners to cut recently signed players (which for the record I would not do) when at least those teams are signing players. It's just unfortunate even reg pro #1 is permanently plagued by this now.
 
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Originally posted by Bash E. Bull
It seems like 20% of GLB players are from Ohio, so literally any of our trash is more representative of the state of Ohio. Even the Browns got good eventually. Seriously though it really negatively effects the overall enjoyment of the leagues when there are teams just purposely losing by 255. I personally will watch just about any game and even when a team loses by 80 points it can still be a fun watch, but 255 is not even possible to watch. It's a game we all pay to play and there are just a few players who are willing to ruin that for others because they are selfish. I don't understand how someone does that. Everyone was talking about whether or not it's 'acceptable' for owners to cut recently signed players (which for the record I would not do) when at least those teams are signing players. It's just unfortunate even reg pro #1 is permanently plagued by this now.


regional and national pro have been plagues by this for many many seasons
 
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Originally posted by reddogrw
regional and national pro have been plagues by this for many many seasons


Agreed, and it's unfortunate
 
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Maybe I'm wrong, but I feel like it encourages more of the same, and it's a negative cycle. It's like, some people see so many other teams doing this and they feel like they might as well do the same things- or even that they have to, just to get their players a spot in the hof because 'everyone else does it'. Personally I don't have a problem with agents keeping their players around an extra 2 or 3 seasons to have fun with back in a lower league, but once they are losing 255-0 where is the fun in that? People need to learn when to let go
 


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