BCS Fan Poll believes that the fans should be involved in deciding what teams are crowned NCAA DI-A (FBS) National Champions and given a chance for the top BCS bowls. Why are only the head coaches and selected sports journalists allowed to make this selection? There are several million fans that can and should be allowed to participate. It's easy and free to join and participate.
For very quickly granting my request to help solve code problems with the Law Enforcement Wikiproject's banner template code. While he had no obligation to help me out, Mecu re-wrote it and saved it in record time, and it works perfectly! Many thanks SGGH 15:21, 4 January 2007 (UTC)
<Sarcasm>Thank you for making my life a living hell by creaing yet one more brilliant table-type that I now have to work into every article I write.</Sarcasm> Just kidding - great table. I will definitely begin using it. Johntex\talk 17:26, 15 March 2007 (UTC)
The Working Man's Barnstar
I've been working on Category:Rescaled fairuse images lately, and you and ShadowHalo have done an incredible job clearing out the requests. Congratulations on a job well done! – Rianaऋ 14:20, 17 April 2007 (UTC)
Tireless Contributor Barnstar
I hereby award Mecu the "Tireless Contributor Barnstar" for dealing with a group of dubiously licensed images. Dealing with images is a thankless task that often ends in complaints. You deserve a thank you! Royalbroil 18:50, 20 March 2008 (UTC)
Imperial Triple Crown Jewels
Thank you for contributions to the project, Great work, especially on Ralphie - that Colorado State Senate resolution is really neat, and the article's got great free-use images. May you wear the crowns well. Cirt (talk) 11:38, 8 April 2008 (UTC)
Fifth Down is the name given to a play erroneously given to the Colorado Buffaloes who used it to score the game winning touchdown and go on to win a share of the 1990 NCAA Division I-A National Championship.
...that William E. "Bud" Davis wanted "to be the world's greatest football coach" and got a chance to prove it in 1962, but went 2-8 and never coached again, but went on to a successful career as university president at 4 universities? ~ January 14, 2007
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