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Question for the powers that be among CC:

Is there anything that can be done to prevent "comments," from appearing on the "sbnation 'recent stories'" in the future?  Currently there is an article on "USC RB Marc Tyler Suspended After TMZ Comments, Various other indiscretions"...

Here's why:

My daily ritual - Sometimes several times a day - is to come to CC and once I've read the new stuff on the front page, I hit CTRL+F and search for "comments,".  It's the fastest way for me to sort through and find the latest and greatest comments on OPs that I've already read.  Searching for "comments" or "new" returns many more hits than necessary.  Once I finish with the front page, I then add "/stories/#" to the home URL(?) and repeat the above on the page number entered in place of #. 

Another solution - if possible - would be to put an asterisk on material with new comments.  Or something that will not normally appear within the body of the OP - or the "sbnation 'recent stories'".    

The one think I liked about the cbssports boards was the ease with which one could find the newer discussions.  

Of course I'm also game to try any other TTPs anyone uses to do the same thing without scrolling and looking.

CCPTB Thoughts?


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