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  1. #41
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    Ragin' Cajuns Re: TD Smith

    The 1...2...3... thing was kinda really just for the band I guess. We held up the cards, but only one guy in band would say it, the whole band wouldn't shout it.


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    Default Re: TD Smith

    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel02
    As a student, I hate it when T.D. Smith does his 1-2-3 thing. The band used to have cards that had "1" "2" "3" on them. It's not that hard to read them, even from the other side of the Dome. I agree with some of the other people, T.D. is trying to keep the focus on him.

    i had the posters for it this year with the band, but they got messed up so i am making new ones.

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    Ragin' Cajuns Re: TD Smith

    He only did it a couple times tonight, instead of trying to do it every time. I'm glad.

    Man, I'm so hoarse from screaming I can barely talk!


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    Default Re: TD Smith

    The one time that I can remember TD doing the count down...the whole crowd got in to it. When the band did the chant, it sounded to me like no one else followed through. When the game is dull, the crowd needs a slap in the a__ (including myself) This team will lull you to sleep.


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    Default Re: TD Smith

    You people are absolutely pitiful. If ANY of you would take the intiative to be a fan, which is supposed to be short for fanatic, of the team whose event you are attending and do something to promote excitement in the game, it wouldn't be necessary for TD to do anything except announce the game. As the person who sits next to him at the basketball games and discusses these topics with him, I can tell you, he DETESTS doing anything to lead cheers and try to get you people that sit in the stands to sound excited about the game. But he has been asked by various people, among them the band leaders and game administration, to do something to get you to cheer your team.
    There are way too many of you who come to the ball game to be entertained. You are the problem, not TD. You need to be at the movie theater where your mind can be blanked out for two to three hours. Sports is about passion. If you don't want to be passionate about your team, stay home, listen to it on the radio and you won't have to complain about how and what is done to support the team. But if you care enough to be a FAN, find out what you can do to be more involved in the game, by cheering, by yelling, by holding up signs or whatever. Ask the head cheerleader or the band leader or game administration what you can do. I promise you, if you people who sit in the stands were more vocal, TD would cease the "1-2-3" and the "let 'em hear ya" and any other chants he does.


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    Ragin' Cajuns Re: TD Smith

    Quote Originally Posted by lcitsh
    You people are absolutely pitiful. If ANY of you would take the intiative to be a fan, which is supposed to be short for fanatic, of the team whose event you are attending and do something to promote excitement in the game, it wouldn't be necessary for TD to do anything except announce the game. As the person who sits next to him at the basketball games and discusses these topics with him, I can tell you, he DETESTS doing anything to lead cheers and try to get you people that sit in the stands to sound excited about the game. But he has been asked by various people, among them the band leaders and game administration, to do something to get you to cheer your team.
    There are way too many of you who come to the ball game to be entertained. You are the problem, not TD. You need to be at the movie theater where your mind can be blanked out for two to three hours. Sports is about passion. If you don't want to be passionate about your team, stay home, listen to it on the radio and you won't have to complain about how and what is done to support the team. But if you care enough to be a FAN, find out what you can do to be more involved in the game, by cheering, by yelling, by holding up signs or whatever. Ask the head cheerleader or the band leader or game administration what you can do. I promise you, if you people who sit in the stands were more vocal, TD would cease the "1-2-3" and the "let 'em hear ya" and any other chants he does.

    Great Job

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    Default Re: TD Smith

    Quote Originally Posted by lcitsh
    You people are absolutely pitiful. If ANY of you would take the intiative to be a fan, which is supposed to be short for fanatic, of the team whose event you are attending and do something to promote excitement in the game, it wouldn't be necessary for TD to do anything except announce the game. As the person who sits next to him at the basketball games and discusses these topics with him, I can tell you, he DETESTS doing anything to lead cheers and try to get you people that sit in the stands to sound excited about the game. But he has been asked by various people, among them the band leaders and game administration, to do something to get you to cheer your team.
    There are way too many of you who come to the ball game to be entertained. You are the problem, not TD. You need to be at the movie theater where your mind can be blanked out for two to three hours. Sports is about passion. If you don't want to be passionate about your team, stay home, listen to it on the radio and you won't have to complain about how and what is done to support the team. But if you care enough to be a FAN, find out what you can do to be more involved in the game, by cheering, by yelling, by holding up signs or whatever. Ask the head cheerleader or the band leader or game administration what you can do. I promise you, if you people who sit in the stands were more vocal, TD would cease the "1-2-3" and the "let 'em hear ya" and any other chants he does.

    My only problem with TD is I want to hear him say "Touchdown Cajuns"! Six or seven times a game. Why doesn't he do that?

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    Default Re: TD Smith

    Tommy Smith is horrible and we need a new "voice" of the Cajuns.


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