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    Default Nate Cooper should die of gonorrhea and roast in hell.

    Sorry. Just got tired of seeing something about Lance Allred on the main page.

    I thought we could go with something more uplifting.

    As you were.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Senioritis View Post
    Sorry. Just got tired of seeing something about Lance Allred on the main page.

    I thought we could go with something more uplifting.

    As you were.
    Regardless of what Cooper did or how much he annoyed ute fans, due to him being such a crappy player, I will never understand the disdain. As a BYU fan I couldn't stand him because he sucked. If I were a ute fan, he would have been one of my favorite BYU players.

    Andre Miller...hated him. Jordie McTavish...loved him and Majerus should have played him more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokymountainrain View Post
    Regardless of what Cooper did or how much he annoyed ute fans, due to him being such a crappy player, I will never understand the disdain. As a BYU fan I couldn't stand him because he sucked. If I were a ute fan, he would have been one of my favorite BYU players.

    Andre Miller...hated him. Jordie McTavish...loved him and Majerus should have played him more.
    I loved the big 6'11" Brazilian whose name I am blanking on. One of my favorite moments was when he threw up a three-point shot (a brick) at a critical moment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smokymountainrain View Post
    Regardless of what Cooper did or how much he annoyed ute fans, due to him being such a crappy player, I will never understand the disdain. As a BYU fan I couldn't stand him because he sucked. If I were a ute fan, he would have been one of my favorite BYU players.

    Andre Miller...hated him. Jordie McTavish...loved him and Majerus should have played him more.
    It's because Cooper looked just like Beavis from 'Beavis and Butt-Head.'
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    Quote Originally Posted by LA Ute View Post
    I loved the big 6'11" Brazilian whose name I am blanking on. One of my favorite moments was when he threw up a three-point shot (a brick) at a critical moment.
    Araujo? But all the cool BYU fans called him "Hoffa."

    Remember tatoo-gate with him and the press guide?
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    Quote Originally Posted by smokymountainrain View Post
    Regardless of what Cooper did or how much he annoyed ute fans, due to him being such a crappy player, I will never understand the disdain. As a BYU fan I couldn't stand him because he sucked. If I were a ute fan, he would have been one of my favorite BYU players.

    Andre Miller...hated him. Jordie McTavish...loved him and Majerus should have played him more.
    Terry Nashif, yes. Nate Cooper, no. Any of the Astle brothers, yes. Nate Cooper, no. Garner Meads, yes. Nate Cooper, no.

    He took a shot at St. Keith the Divine. Unpardonable.

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    There is a special place reserved in Hell for Nate Cooper, Justice Sueing (sp?), and Royce Olney.
    The crux of what has traumatized us about CUF/CG is that we thought they were our friends. And their identity as BYU fans turned out to be the most important thing to them. What empty lives! What a damning indictment of the LDS Church!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Senioritis View Post
    Terry Nashif, yes. Nate Cooper, no. Any of the Astle brothers, yes. Nate Cooper, no. Garner Meads, yes. Nate Cooper, no.

    He took a shot at St. Keith the Divine. Unpardonable.
    Okay, I'll give you that. But only because you named Nashif (along with Murdock, one of the worst D-1 players who ever suited up and got minutes) and the Astle brothers. The Astle brothers...hell, if I were a ute fan, I'd worship those guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpfunk View Post
    There is a special place reserved in Hell for Nate Cooper, Justice Sueing (sp?), and Royce Olney.
    I am shocked you dont like Nate Cooper, that is so weird you just dont seem like the type to be very opinionated about things.
    *Banned*

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    who likes nate cooper?
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    On CG there was once a thread with the word masturbation in it. It was one of those 5,000 hit, six figure post monsters. Someone kept trying to promote another thread to get this very popular thread off the man page because he hated the word masturbation. But it kept poping back up like a cork on a flat pond.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeattleUte View Post
    On CG there was once a thread with the word masturbation in it. It was one of those 5,000 hit, six figure post monsters. Someone kept trying to promote another thread to get this very popular thread off the man page because he hated the word masturbation. But it kept poping back up like a cork on a flat pond.
    I'm hoping that most here agree with me when I say that masturbation is a much more exciting topic than Lance Allred.

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    bump. Needed to see this more than the "tribute" thread on my screen.
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    If I ever meet Nate Cooper, I will consider crushing his head in like I did with the paper mache head of John Adams I made in 2nd grade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Senioritis View Post
    If I ever meet Nate Cooper, I will consider crushing his head in like I did with the paper mache head of John Adams I made in 2nd grade.
    John Adams?? I pretty much know all the BYU BB players from Nemelka and Congdon on. Are you sure you didn't mean John Fairchild?

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    Quote Originally Posted by byu71 View Post
    John Adams?? I pretty much know all the BYU BB players from Nemelka and Congdon on. Are you sure you didn't mean John Fairchild?
    The John Adams of my 2nd grade paper mache bust was playing roundball for Harvard in like 1761. I apologize for the confusion. Said bust is the only paper mache object I've ever crushed, and has no relation at all to BYU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Senioritis View Post
    The John Adams of my 2nd grade paper mache bust was playing roundball for Harvard in like 1761. I apologize for the confusion. Said bust is the only paper mache object I've ever crushed, and has no relation at all to BYU.
    In fifth grade, I made a papier mache pinata of Willie Mays' head, which now seems odd since he was my idol back then and why I would want to beat it in with a baseball bat seems inappropriate. Christmas Eve '62 we filled it with candy and cheap trinkets and began the festivities. Unfortunately, my zeal in applying the glue-laden paper strips had gotten a little out of control and The Say Hey Kid's paper noggin was at least two inches thick and the consistency of those trench covers beloved by road crews. Not even a fully juiced Barry Bonds could have cracked that thing open. My last recollection of the event was my dad chopping away at Willie with a large axe for many minutes while I looked on in horror.

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    Actually, thanks to advancements in medicine over the years, gonorrhea is actually quite treatable. It would be highly unlikely that Nate Cooper die from such an infection.

    Perhaps you should wish that his symptoms be more acute?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaloAltoCougar View Post
    In fifth grade, I made a papier mache pinata of Willie Mays' head, which now seems odd since he was my idol back then and why I would want to beat it in with a baseball bat seems inappropriate. Christmas Eve '62 we filled it with candy and cheap trinkets and began the festivities. Unfortunately, my zeal in applying the glue-laden paper strips had gotten a little out of control and The Say Hey Kid's paper noggin was at least two inches thick and the consistency of those trench covers beloved by road crews. Not even a fully juiced Barry Bonds could have cracked that thing open. My last recollection of the event was my dad chopping away at Willie with a large axe for many minutes while I looked on in horror.
    Little did you know it would actually prove to be a near life-size duplicate of Mays' godson's head, 40 years later.
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    Can I possibly be the only one here who doesn't even remember Nate Cooper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelBlue View Post
    Can I possibly be the only one here who doesn't even remember Nate Cooper?
    I don't remember him, either. I just wanted to clarify about the gonorrhea. The last thing we need out there is misinformation about this very livable condition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TripletDaddy View Post
    I don't remember him, either. I just wanted to clarify about the gonorrhea. The last thing we need out there is misinformation about this very livable condition.
    Does this mean we can take your name off the prayer roll at the temple?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DU Ute View Post
    Does this mean we can take your name off the prayer roll at the temple?
    I said gonorrhea is livable. I didn't say anything about human papillomavirus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaloAltoCougar View Post
    In fifth grade, I made a papier mache pinata of Willie Mays' head, which now seems odd since he was my idol back then and why I would want to beat it in with a baseball bat seems inappropriate. Christmas Eve '62 we filled it with candy and cheap trinkets and began the festivities. Unfortunately, my zeal in applying the glue-laden paper strips had gotten a little out of control and The Say Hey Kid's paper noggin was at least two inches thick and the consistency of those trench covers beloved by road crews. Not even a fully juiced Barry Bonds could have cracked that thing open. My last recollection of the event was my dad chopping away at Willie with a large axe for many minutes while I looked on in horror.
    I made a couple of paper mache objects in 9th grade art class that would have made napper proud. I found out Miss Eisenbach had no sense of humor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Senioritis View Post
    I'm hoping that most here agree with me when I say that masturbation is a much more exciting topic than Lance Allred.
    And may the two never meet.

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    For those cougar fans that don't remember Nathan Cooper, he is now what Steve Tate will be to cougarboarders in 10-15 years. Everyone will hate him for some vaguely remembered and probably benign incident. They just become a lightning rod for whatever fateful reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisrenrut View Post
    For those cougar fans that don't remember Nathan Cooper, he is now what Steve Tate will be to cougarboarders in 10-15 years. Everyone will hate him for some vaguely remembered and probably benign incident. They just become a lightning rod for whatever fateful reason.
    Steve Tate that nut grabbing son of a bitch, then he tries to figure four leg lock Mckay Jacobsen.
    *Banned*

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    Quote Originally Posted by cougjunkie View Post
    Steve Tate that nut grabbing son of a bitch
    Wasn't he was the grabee, not the graber?

    Lame reply I know, but I gotta get Lance off the top post. I'm only doing this once Flystripper, I'm not going to get in a bump war.

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    If I am ever in the same room as Nate Cooper, I am going to torch his Conan O'Brien hair with a Bic lighter and a can of AquaNet. His scalp will look like Darth Vader's at the end of Return of the Jedi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Senioritis View Post
    If I am ever in the same room as Nate Cooper, I am going to torch his Conan O'Brien hair with a Bic lighter and a can of AquaNet. His scalp will look like Darth Vader's at the end of Return of the Jedi.
    The resurrected Anakin Skywalker had a very healthy head of hair in the final scene of Return of the Jedi. Even more so once George Lucas digitally imposed the image of Hayden Christensen alongside Yoda and Alec Guinness.
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