Some radio guy, it sounded like Deace but I'm not sure, questioned Bill Fennelly being a real friend to Dan McCarney because he tweeted that Dan had had a stroke. He sounded more ****** that Bill had scooped the media. Who ever it was sounded low class. Did anyone else hear him? And if you did who was it?
Maybe I am mistaken, but didn't Coach Fennelly go and watch a North Texas football game this year? I could have sworn I read that somewhere.
“They're very, very hard to guard,” Notre Dame head coach Mike Brey said. “They're really good. And with Niang in the middle kind of wheeling and all those guys spreading you out, they're kind of a nightmare matchup. And they're men. They're really men.”
I don't want to get involved in fans dissing local media but for accuracy purposes, do want to clarify that it was Ken Miller's take, not Steve Deace's...
Thanks for clarifying... I don't know how you put with those TOOLS on kxno- thanks for doing it though. Wish you would cut that audio and post it, so the rest of CF could hear it. He took a cheap at ISU before the Fennelly comments.
Guess I don't see what the problem is with what Bill did. As far as he knew Dans time could be drawing near and all the prayers in the world were needed at that time. If I were Bill I can live with doing something vs. nothing. Good job out of you Bill we are behind you and as you wish prayers are with Dan and his family
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