1. Mods cannot be afraid to mod. That means condensing topics in to fewer threads or warning posters for duplicating something that already exists.
2. Centralized game discussion. Example would be the Big XII Championship. Roll it all in to the CyBookie thread or an official discussion.
3. Fewer threads, but not just one. An in-game thread, post game and going forward would be fine. Post game can analyze the game and going forward can be gripes and moving on.
4. Temp ban repeat offenders. If someone starts a duplicate thread each time after a game. Ban them. We want to be receptive to all but at the same time some discretion should be used.
What kind of things are getting deleted and edited?
I hate the huge threads with 500 topics being talked about.
Can we leave the fire the coach talk until we get deep into Big 12 play and see how this team responds.
Chris - I would love to have a site like this!! Because of relatives, family members, parents; who some of these posters are talking about! The kids, coaches, and supporters who think we are going in the right direction don't need to hear about how somebody who has not been in this position has to say about this!!! It might be your kid they are talking about someday!!!!!
Plus - isn't this a free site. How big of a supporter are we on a free SITE!!
I like several of the above idea. The only thing I would like to add is that if we lose to Iowa i would turn off the servers for 2 days or so - there is now way you can keep up with what will be coming if that happens.... :(
I would like to see "official" thread status on games to be only begun by moderators, instead of anyone just jumping in and calling their thread "official."
Other than that, keeping things centralized, especially the excessive complaining is preferred. People should vent, not act crazy.
Oh, and bring back negative rep. :)