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  • #1 by rhog1 on 09 Aug 2017
  • https://twitter.com/AntonioCMorales/status/895383294988234752
    The motion to dismiss was granted to Ole Miss, its athletic foundation and IHL board in Nutt lawsuit by a U.S. district judge today.

    https://www.saturdaydownsouth.com/ole-miss-football/houston-nutts-attorney-thomas-mars-issues-strong-response-case-dismissed-federal-court/ 

    However Nutt's lawyer Thomas Mars says they knew it would be dismissed and deliberately filed here to involve Freeze and the AD Byork in the case. He is promising to refile next week at the state level with new details, and encouraging Ole Miss to settle before they refile.  So next week could be fun with this saga.
  • #2 by flynhog on 09 Aug 2017
  • Vindictive and his parents weren't married.
  • #3 by Smalltownhog95 on 09 Aug 2017
  • Its been an entertaining second half of the offseason watching this unfold.
  • #4 by Inhogswetrust on 09 Aug 2017
  • Its been an entertaining second half of the offseason watching this unfold.

    I almost ran out of popcorn! Since they are refiling I guess I'll have to go get more.
  • #5 by tusked on 09 Aug 2017
  • Other than hootie being a moron of the highest proportions, him saying he doesn't want money and instead wants OMU to fund some kind of ethics in sports program, has been the most surprising move I've ever seen hootie make.

    Doesn't make up for his dumbarsery, its just a big surprise to me.
  • #6 by KlubhouseKonnected on 09 Aug 2017
  • Other than hootie being a moron of the highest proportions, him saying he doesn't want money and instead wants OMU to fund some kind of ethics in sports program, has been the most surprising move I've ever seen hootie make.

    Doesn't make up for his dumbarsery, its just a big surprise to me.

    It's just him pissing in their eye IMO.
  • #7 by twistitup on 09 Aug 2017
  • #8 by EastexHawg on 09 Aug 2017
  • He could rescue 40 crippled children from a burning bus and donate both of his kidneys to ailing nuns and Gomer couldn't make me stop despising him.  He's a lousy human being, an even worse football coach, and as dumb as a box of rocks.
  • #9 by KlubhouseKonnected on 09 Aug 2017
  • He could rescue 40 crippled children from a burning bus and donate both of his kidneys to ailing nuns and Gomer couldn't make me stop despising him.  He's a lousy human being, an even worse football coach, and as dumb as a box of rocks.

    Uh... I think that just makes you a horrible person.
  • #10 by EastexHawg on 09 Aug 2017
  • Uh... I think that just makes you a horrible person.

    So be it.  Maybe Nutt should call for a Code Red on me.
  • #11 by hawgXi on 09 Aug 2017
  • He could rescue 40 crippled children from a burning bus and donate both of his kidneys to ailing nuns and Gomer couldn't make me stop despising him.  He's a lousy human being, an even worse football coach, and as dumb as a box of rocks.

    Well put eastex
  • #12 by jswineberiaskirk on 09 Aug 2017
  • He could rescue 40 crippled children from a burning bus and donate both of his kidneys to ailing nuns and Gomer couldn't make me stop despising him.  He's a lousy human being, an even worse football coach, and as dumb as a box of rocks.

    You are a man after my own heart.

    MOTHO and Barry O are treading water and there is one life preserver. Question is what wine will be served at the celebratory dinner
  • #13 by DeltaBoy on 09 Aug 2017
  • He wrecked Old Myth good job Houston
  • #14 by Karma on 09 Aug 2017
  • You are a man after my own heart.

    MOTHO and Barry O are treading water and there is one life preserver. Question is what wine will be served at the celebratory dinner
    Your president will have us all in a fireball, so no water to tread.
  • #15 by bennyl08 on 09 Aug 2017
  • You are a man after my own heart.

    MOTHO and Barry O are treading water and there is one life preserver. Question is what wine will be served at the celebratory dinner

    Guano looks at you and thinks you give bat crazy a bad name.
  • #16 by EastexHawg on 09 Aug 2017
  • Can we not let politics derail this thread from it's real purpose, despising Nutt?
  • #17 by KlubhouseKonnected on 09 Aug 2017
  • When the suit was filed I remember Rick Schaeffer saying there is no way Houston loses.

    Schaeffer must not have been admitted to the federal bar yet.
  • #18 by Sivad on 10 Aug 2017
  • When the suit was filed I remember Rick Schaeffer saying there is no way Houston loses.
    The same Rick Shaeffer who said Houston Nutt would win AT LEAST ONE National Championship at Arkansas.
  • #19 by The Kig on 10 Aug 2017
  • Uh... I think that just makes you a horrible person.

    No... if Dale donates both his kidneys, then he is still a dumazz...
  • #20 by davglo35 on 10 Aug 2017
  • TCTWF gives all people hope. He gives hope to the downtrodden and poor. He gives hope to the mentally diasabled. He gives hope because Hootie is proof that anybody....i mean anybody...can get rich in America.
  • #21 by longtimeHogfan on 10 Aug 2017
  • When the suit was filed I remember Rick Schaeffer saying there is no way Houston loses.

    Rick Schaeffer needs to demand a full and complete refund of all tuition $'s spent for his education. 
  • #22 by Inhogswetrust on 10 Aug 2017
  • When the suit was filed I remember Rick Schaeffer saying there is no way Houston loses.

    You mean you actually believe Rick.................that's a joke right?
  • #23 by Inhogswetrust on 10 Aug 2017
  • No... if Dale donates both his kidneys, then he is still a dumazz...

    If he donated his brain it would raise his IQ.....................
  • #24 by jacobp on 10 Aug 2017
  • When the suit was filed I remember Rick Schaeffer saying there is no way Houston loses.
    To be fair, he's not going to lose.

    This was a jurisdictional ruling and nothing more. It will be refiled, and Nutt will likely win or they will settle
  • #25 by rljjr on 10 Aug 2017
  • I don't care who wins the suit, I'm just curious like a pack of gossipy women on the Andy Griffith show about what else Mars uncovered.
  • #26 by hogcard1964 on 10 Aug 2017
  • He could rescue 40 crippled children from a burning bus and donate both of his kidneys to ailing nuns and Gomer couldn't make me stop despising him.  He's a lousy human being, an even worse football coach, and as dumb as a box of rocks.

    That hurts man.  All the way up from his itsy-bitsy little finger and then go all the way up through his body.
  • #27 by OneTuskOverTheLine™ on 10 Aug 2017
  • So be it.  Maybe Nutt should call for a Code Red on me.

     i wish I could make a meme of HDN screaming "You can't Handle The Truth.!!" and insert it right here...
  • #28 by JJHog on 10 Aug 2017
  • Schaeffer must not have been admitted to the federal bar yet.

    Tuberville said the same thing.
  • #29 by KlubhouseKonnected on 10 Aug 2017
  • No... if Dale donates both his kidneys, then he is still a dumazz...

    That's is one thing but hating somebody who saves 40 children from being burned alive because he was a poor coach that was mean to a player and/or assistant? Tad different.
  • #30 by aloha_kid on 10 Aug 2017
  • Other than hootie being a moron of the highest proportions, him saying he doesn't want money and instead wants OMU to fund some kind of ethics in sports program, has been the most surprising move I've ever seen hootie make.

    Doesn't make up for his dumbarsery, its just a big surprise to me.

    So, if the settle, they are in essence admitting they committed the recruiting infractions right?  If this is the case, they wouldn't settle if they wanted.

    Lastly, I heard he was going to rent a plane and fly it over the stadium with a banner that says "Apologize!" ~HDN.
     
  • #31 by depressed_fan on 10 Aug 2017
  • He could rescue 40 crippled children from a burning bus and donate both of his kidneys to ailing nuns and Gomer couldn't make me stop despising him.  He's a lousy human being, an even worse football coach, and as dumb as a box of rocks.

    LOL that's a cute joke but I think he's the greatest thing that ever lived
  • #32 by KlubhouseKonnected on 10 Aug 2017
  • So, if the settle, they are in essence admitting they committed the recruiting infractions right?  If this is the case, they wouldn't settle if they wanted.

    Lastly, I heard he was going to rent a plane and fly it over the stadium with a banner that says "Apologize!" ~HDN.
     

    Basically, the ethics donation bit is really him just shining them on. Supposing they accept Nutt's proposal and provided the seed money to establish an independent ethics commission exclusively for Mississippi college sports, well then he has also basically Trojan Horsed them into making future cheating harder. And you best believe they are looking forward to getting back to cheating in the future.
  • #33 by Pigsknuckles on 10 Aug 2017
  • He could rescue 40 crippled children from a burning bus and donate both of his kidneys to ailing nuns and Gomer couldn't make me stop despising him.  He's a lousy human being, an even worse football coach, and as dumb as a box of rocks.

    Well spoken

  • #34 by Locutus_of_Boar on 10 Aug 2017
  • However Nutt's lawyer Thomas Mars says they knew it would be dismissed and deliberately filed here to involve Freeze and the AD Byork in the case. He is promising to refile next week at the state level with new details, and encouraging Ole Miss to settle before they refile.  So next week could be fun with this saga.

    Houston should just go ahead and file 47 suits in every state's court except Mississippi, Idaho, and Arkansas.  Those states won't hesitate to dismiss with extreme prejudice.
  • #35 by hobhog on 10 Aug 2017
  • An ole miss reporter said on Bo's show the other day that rebel bears ain't worried about HDN suit and are more focused on NCAA.
  • #36 by NaturalStateReb on 10 Aug 2017
  • To be fair, he's not going to lose.

    This was a jurisdictional ruling and nothing more. It will be refiled, and Nutt will likely win or they will settle

    You think those glass tower lawyers get paid $200+/hr to make jurisdictional errors? 

    They knew all along that the lawsuit had that problem and they never expected it to go to trial.  They don't ever really expect to have a trial in front of Lafayette County, Mississippi jurors either.

    This lawsuit was never going to a trial.  Nutt doesn't care if he's "rehabilitated" in the eyes of people in Mississippi.  He was barely even there--just 4 seasons.  For all this Mississippi litigation, his main lawyer isn't in Mississippi.  He didn't hire a high-powered lawyer in his recent state of residence in New Mexico, either.

    His lawyer is from Little Rock.  This lawsuit isn't about Mississippi and his reputation there--it's about Arkansas, and his reputation here.  Just another step in the sure but steady comeback tour.
  • #37 by KlubhouseKonnected on 10 Aug 2017
  • An ole miss reporter said on Bo's show the other day that rebel bears ain't worried about HDN suit and are more focused on NCAA.

    As they should be
  • #38 by Karma on 10 Aug 2017
  • You think those glass tower lawyers get paid $200+/hr to make jurisdictional errors? 

    They knew all along that the lawsuit had that problem and they never expected it to go to trial.  They don't ever really expect to have a trial in front of Lafayette County, Mississippi jurors either.

    This lawsuit was never going to a trial.  Nutt doesn't care if he's "rehabilitated" in the eyes of people in Mississippi.  He was barely even there--just 4 seasons.  For all this Mississippi litigation, his main lawyer isn't in Mississippi.  He didn't hire a high-powered lawyer in his recent state of residence in New Mexico, either.

    His lawyer is from Little Rock.  This lawsuit isn't about Mississippi and his reputation there--it's about Arkansas, and his reputation here.  Just another step in the sure but steady comeback tour.
    $200 an hour is really funny.
  • #39 by EastexHawg on 10 Aug 2017
  • That's is one thing but hating somebody who saves 40 children from being burned alive because he was a poor coach that was mean to a player and/or assistant? Tad different.

    Maybe after he actually does it we can talk.
  • #40 by Sivad on 10 Aug 2017
  • He is promising to refile next week at the state level with new details.
    "I'll be back Ole Miss"
  • #41 by ImHogginIt on 10 Aug 2017
  • Please let arrogant Ole Miss not settle out of court. I want all parties under oath in state court serving up juicy details  ;D

  • #42 by texas tush hog on 11 Aug 2017
  • He could rescue 40 crippled children from a burning bus and donate both of his kidneys to ailing nuns and Gomer couldn't make me stop despising him.  He's a lousy human being, an even worse football coach, and as dumb as a box of rocks.

    Bingo.
  • #43 by ricepig on 11 Aug 2017
  • $200 an hour is really funny.

    Yeah, no wonder it got thrown out, haha.
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