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James Rogers
Husband & father. Apple Fan. LSU Tiger, Memphis Tiger, and Memphis Grizzlies fan for life. Currently the Managing Editor at iPadInsight.
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James Rogers Sep 12
Like I said, there probably was AC that just couldn’t keep up. What does someone who doesn’t know anything about AC works day when it won’t keep a space cool? They say it doesn’t work.
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James Rogers Sep 10
Yeah. 2 starters missing a drive each in locker room = fake cramps. 2 ankle injuries. Totally fake cramps. Guy taken out with dirty chop block. Ding, ding, ding, ding. Do you actually know anything about football?
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James Rogers Sep 10
Go cry somewhere else. I don’t think they have anything to do with each other. It’s just pettiness or incompetence on Texas’ part to not have decent facilities available that can handle the occupancy of the space.
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James Rogers Sep 10
Replying to @ShamsCharania
Go shill somewhere else.
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James Rogers Sep 10
As for what I know, I am looking at an AHU that I programmed that serves an NBA Locker Room as I type this. And the Visitor’s Locker Room here has it’s own dedicated unit and is in perfect working order, sized to serve max occupancy. Texas needs to step it up.
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James Rogers Sep 10
Most modern locker rooms have dedicated AHUs for proper ventilation and ease of air balance, so you evidently have no idea what you are talking about. Turning one AHU off or it failing could easily be missed. It’s more likely just failing or poorly designed and undersized.
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James Rogers Sep 10
To be honest, I hope the LSU goes all out to roll the red carpet next year and rubs Texas’ face in it. That will make them look even more petty.
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James Rogers Sep 10
No. Not one SEC school does that. Ever.
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James Rogers Sep 10
Replying to @BKubena
It may well have been on, but if it can’t hold temp at designed occupant capacity near your design day conditions, then it in fact doesn’t work. Texas can afford supplemental cooling for a few weeks, or to pre-condition the space days ahead of time.
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James Rogers Sep 10
Replying to @Mansell247 @UnoitsAUme
Maybe in the past, but you wouldn’t get away with that crap today in a pro venue. I’m managing an HVAC project in an NBA area right now, and they did their visiting locker rooms by the book. They are actually adding controls to improve them.
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James Rogers Sep 10
Replying to @PeterBurnsESPN
A school as wealthy as Texas can afford to rent temporary cooling to supplement the space if the system can’t hold temp. At the very least tell your visitors to make arrangements ahead of time. It’s either pettiness or incompetence, take your pick.
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James Rogers Sep 10
Replying to @PeterBurnsESPN
As someone who works in this field, it’s very possible that it works and holds temp with no one in the room, but can’t with a football team under those weather conditions. However, if that’s the case, the system is deficient.
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James Rogers Sep 3
Replying to @fastbreakbreak
I really like Caboclo. He’s shown some flashes with the Grizzlies and should get a lot of time this year. Hopefully he shows some progression.
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James Rogers Sep 3
Replying to @mgsiegler @gruber
Ron Howard did an amazing job telling that story. It’s suspenseful in several spots even though you know how it ends. That’s the mark of a great director.
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James Rogers Sep 2
Memphis-OM wasn’t the same as the other three games, no matter how you spin it. Memphis had an inexperienced defense last year. A year of growing up and a better coordinator can make a worked of difference if the talent is there. It is, as they showed Saturday.
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James Rogers Sep 2
Saturday’s game was going to be played in Jacksonville. It was moved because of the hurricane. That threw me.
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James Rogers Sep 1
Memphis more with the 2 for 1s. Boise has been doing more neutral site games since their Fiesta Bowl win. They had another one yesterday. They used to do them with the PAC 12 NW schools, though.
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James Rogers Sep 1
Replying to @TOM_III_Guy
They are so easy to hate.
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James Rogers Sep 1
Those programs have been smart enough to take 2 for 1s and neutral site games to build their brands. Memphis’ last series with Ole Miss was scheduled when Fuente was the coach, so try again.
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James Rogers Sep 1
Replying to @BarrettSallee
LSU and A&M are ahead of both in terms of talent and depth. LSU is coming off a strong season and returns 8 starters on both sides of the ball. But you have an ax to grind and weak argument to make, so you don’t care.
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