Obviously, we're all excited as hell that football is finally here. We're all thrilled to see the new kids and the never-heard-of-befores. And we all wanna talk about it. There's been some thread splintering that's sort of raised the ire of a few folks, and it does make it somewhat difficult to follow everyone's opinion, and obviously, everyone's opinion is important here. Just my humble opinion, but I think it would be easier to follow everyone's thoughts, and keep peace during this exciting time if we followed just two tips: 1) Before you start a new thread, ask yourself if there's an existing thread, where the conversation that your opinion will spur, will blend or contrast the conversation that's already going on. For example, before you post your new "Cassel Sucks" thread, think about posting it instead, as an opposing viewpoint in the existing "Cassel is God" thread. 2) If you then feel that your topic doesn't blend with an existing thread, make sure to denote that fact with a specific thread title. What is the meat of your post that makes it different from the existing conversations? For example instead of making your title something generic like "My opinion..." or "So-and-so's official take on the game" chose something specific about your post to set it apart... "My synopsis: why the O-Line made the difference." That sort of thing. This is just my opinion as a poster, it's got no official weight or anything. Feel free to tell me to shut the hell up.