Dear Coach Shulman and Mocs, we are behind you win or lose! Go Mocs
Go MOCS! We are behind you all the way!
Shame on the University for not foreseeing this event! I cannot believe the administrators at UTC have their heads stuck in the sand. I was excited and thought surely the University would promote this milestone.
To UTC Provost Phil Oldham, first of all to compare UTK and Vanderbilt academically is a joke. Second, I take offense with your statement that students attending UTC are less smart and have poorer grades than UTK. If I am a great HS student with a 3.5 to 4.2 grade average and I read this statement from you, it would alter my consideration of attending UTC, making me think I might not get the right education.
Does this mean that my daughter is not getting the education that she might have at UTK? I did not want her at attend UTK because I felt that it was like throwing students into a black hole, at UTK the student is only a number. I wanted her to attend a smaller university where Professors know their students' names, classes are small and students can ask questions during class and the Professor is actually in the class and can answer the question.
I feel insulted by your comments. Perception now is that UTC is a second tier school academically. Maybe you should transfer to UTK where you will feel more at home.
We are proud of you Mocs! Enjoyed the season of exciting games. Those 4th quarter comebacks were heartstopping though.
We Believe! Go Mocs! Go Sugar Mocs!
Oh my gosh. A rate hike from a company who doesn't even have an office in Chattanooga. Why we can't have a local company is beyond me. Chatt Gas has no local office, you have to pay your bills either by mail, online or at the grocery store or bank. What kind of commitment is this to Chattanooga? I mean they pipe the gas up from Atlanta, collect our dollars and our dollars stay in Atlanta.
Great game! Thanks to ALL the supporters who came out! It was truly wonderful to see the stands full. Go Mocs!
Shame on everyone at that meeting.
"Many in the crowd snickered as Sgt. Weary explained that 43 bullet wounds on Mr. Heyward's body could be caused by less than 43 bullets since bullets sometimes enter the body and "ping pong" around, creating multiple wounds. They snickered again when she talked about how the officers perceived a threat on the porch on July 18"
Show some respect and then maybe respect will be shown to you. And quit pulling the race card every time something happens. It's getting a little old. You came out of this meeting looking like a bunch of thugs.