We often say, when a good Buff leaves the team for whatever reason (graduation, injury etc...) that they are Buffs forever. No organization embodies that spirit more than Buffs4Life, which is dedicated to helping Buffs in need--those that sacrificed for our program physically, who may find themselves in a difficult spot. Unfortunately, we've lumped a group of outspoken players with whom we disagree on the best way ahead for our program as the "Buffs4Life" crowd. I wish we wouldn't. Are they bad guys? No. They want the Buffs to succeed on the football field just as much as we do. I suspect their vision is undermined by previous public agendas (needing to save face) and loyalties to friends. But they want to succeed too. And they've dedicated themselves personally to that cause as players. We simply disagree. So here's my question: How do we identify (refer to) a group of people that we may disagree with (individually, since we don't all speak with one voice) without disparaging a good organization? Ideas?